Sally Lothian, of St Patrick’s Park, Celbridge, Co Kildare pictured leaving the Four Courts after the opening day of her High Court action for damages. Photograph: Courts Collins

A woman who claims she broke her ankle when she stepped into a hole in a public park has sued the Office of Public Works over the incident. Sally Lo(...)

Geraldine Barry at the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins

A woman whose partner died at the Mercy University Hospital, Cork, after an operation has been awarded some €500,000 damages by the High Court. Mr J(...)

 RUC officers and firefighters inspecting the damage caused by a Real IRA bomb explosion in Market Street, Omagh, which killed 29 people in 1998. File Photograph: Paul McErlane/PA Wire

Two men from Co Louth who were among four men found liable in a Northern Ireland High Court civil action for the 1998 Omagh bombing have denied having(...)

Mercy University Hospital, Cork: the case was before the judge for assessment of damages only. Photograph: Provision

A judge will decide later on the amount of damages a woman should receive over the death of her partner at Mercy University Hospital, Cork. Yesterday (...)

A woman broke down in tears in the High Court as she told of her partner’s death weeks after an operation at Cork’s Mercy University Hospital. Geraldi(...)

Liam Campbell

Two of the men found liable in civil court proceedings for theOmagh bombing face jail for contempt unless they comply with orders to disclose details (...)

David Ellis: wanted by police in Wales for questioning over the murder of his landlord

A 40-year-old Welsh man who is wanted in the UK in connection with the death of his landlord has consented to his extradition to Wales, the High Court(...)

 The Central Mental Hospital, Dundrum, Dublin,  photographed in July 2015. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The High Court has quashed a lower court’s decision to have a woman accused of child abduction remitted to the Central Mental Hospital (CMH) in Dundru(...)

Ivor Callely. Photograph: Courts Collins

Former TD and minister Ivor Callely will not have to return to prison following the State’s decision to allow him enhanced remission on the sentence h(...)

Ivor Callely. File Photograph: Courts Collins

The State must pay former politician Ivor Callely’s legal costs of his successful High Court challenge over the Minister for Justice’s refusal to gran(...)

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