Marie Dicker (54), a mother of three and department store supervisor,  sued Square Management Ltd and Pickerings Lifts Ltd over being trapped in a lift  at the Square shopping centre (above), Tallaght, Dublin, on August 31st, 2012. File photograph: Google Street View

A woman who was trapped in a lift at the Square shopping centre in Tallaght for just over 4½ minutes has been awarded €25,060 by the High Court. Mr (...)

The High Court, which heard that the girl had been engaged in life-threatening behaviour, had directed that she be taken into care.

A 16-year-old girl who was considered vulnerable to sexual exploitation has been found by gardaí and placed in a secure care unit for troubled teenage(...)

A McLaren MP4 12C

A medical consultant at Waterford Regional Hospital, who agreed to trade in his Ferrari in part exchange for a McLaren MP4 sports car, never received (...)

A group of teenagers  have brought High Court proceedings against the director of Oberstown Children’s Detention Campus (above) and the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, seeking orders bringing their detention in solitary confinement to an end.

Oberstown youth detention centre has rejected claims that it has been keeping three teenage boys in solitary confinement following a fire and demonstr(...)

 Residents at the Oberstown detention centre, Dublin, on the roof of one of the buildings during a protest at the end of August. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Two 17-year-olds have been held in solitary confinement at Oberstown youth detention centre since a roof-top demonstration at the correction facility (...)

Caoimhin McGeever, otherwise known as Kevin McGeever, a former property developer, who faked his own kidnapping, could be jailed for contempt of a court order directing him to provide full details of his assets. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire.

A former property developer, who faked his own kidnapping, could be jailed for contempt of a court order directing him to provide full details of his(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with Gerald C Crotty, chairman of Mayo Renewable Power, at the announcement of the project last year.

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to the company building a biomass-fuelled power plant in Co Mayo. The plant located in (...)

The three-judge Court of Appeal this week allowed  Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald’s appeal in a judgment addressing an important point of EU law concerning “effective remedy” requirements of Article 39 of the Procedures Directive. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The Minister for Justice has won her appeal against a High Court finding her procedure for dealing with refusals to admit failed asylum seekers back i(...)

Catriona Enright, of Raheen, Ballyneety, Co Limerick, arriving at the Four Courts  for a High Court action for damages on behalf of her son, Charlie. File photograph: Collins Courts

A severely disabled child will receive an interim payment of €1.75 million under a settlement of his action alleging negligence at his birth at the Mi(...)

Rachel Prior originally from Limerick but living in Cratloe, Co Clare, leaving the Four Courts after she was awarded €64,000 damages following a High Court action against Dunnes Stores. Photograph: Collins Courts

A singer who sued over injuries suffered after she slipped and fell in a Dunnes Stores supermarket has secured €64,300 damages. Rachel Prior (32), wh(...)

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