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Paul Marken of Hazelwood House, Canal Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, was charged with possession of heroin and possession of heroin for sale or supply. Photograph: Eric Luke

A man arrested by gardaí after a sniffer dog indicated towards him as he got off the Dublin-Cork train has been remanded on bail after he was charged (...)

The action has been taken by John O’Meara, whose partner of over 20 years, Michelle Batey, died on January 31st of this year after having contracted Covid-19.

The long-time partner of a woman who died from Covid-19 has brought a High Court challenge over the Minister for Social Protection’s refusal to grant (...)

Judge Sandra Murphy granted bail to the accused on certain condition and adjourned the case to to September 2nd at Sligo District Court.

A man has appeared in court charged with the possession of more than €100,000 worth of suspected drugs in Co Sligo. Anthony Delaney, aged 29, appeare(...)

Mr Justice Garrett Simons said it was in the interest of justice to set aside the judgment against the mail provider on grounds including that the defendant has a strong defence to the defamation claims against it. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has set aside a judgment in favour of an Irish engineering company against the Swiss-based encrypted email service ProtonMail for alleg(...)

A High Court challenge has been brought against An Bórd Pleanála’s decision to give the go-ahead for a data centre in Co Meath.

A High Court challenge has been brought against An Bórd Pleanála’s decision to give the go-ahead for a data centre in Co Meath. The action has been b(...)

Gerard Cervi has pleaded not guilty to murdering Bobby Messett (50) at Bray Boxing Club. Photograph: Collins Courts

The jury hearing the trial of a man accused of shooting another man dead at Bray Boxing Club has been asked for a second time if they can sit on beyon(...)

The Director of Public Prosecutions had appealed the certification, saying the evidence relied on by the jury in the original trial was honest and given by a psychiatric expert

The Court of Appeal has upheld a miscarriage of justice finding in the case of a father who spent 16 years in prison before he was found not guilty by(...)

It is alleged that Ciaran Brendan Barr caused a loss to Santander in relation to applications for banking services made on behalf of companies and individuals. File Photograph: Albert Gea/Reuters

A Belfast man is to stand trial in connection with an alleged multimillion-pound banking fraud, a judge ordered on Monday. Ciaran Brendan Barr is acc(...)

The High Court has ruled that a man with a long history of mental illness accused of assaulting his mother with a knife is lawfully detained in an Iri(...)

The man was arrested on foot of a European arrest warrant. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A man wanted in Italy on charges related to the alleged human trafficking of women used as prostitutes from Romania into Italy has been remanded in cu(...)

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