Home Sweet Home supporters outside the High Court in Dublin on Wednesday.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/ Collins

Campaigners working with 40 homeless people in Apollo House have said they will take court action against Minister for Finance Michael Noonan if neces(...)

Home Sweet Home supporters outside the High Court in Dublin on Wednesday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Home Sweet Home group which has been occupying the vacant Apollo House offices in the centre of Dublin since last week has said it is considering (...)

Receivers appointed over Apollo House in Dublin are seeking a court order to repossess the property, which has been  offered as accommodation to the homeless. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Receivers appointed over Apollo House in Dublin City centre have launched a High Court action aimed at regaining possession of the property. In a wid(...)

Tommy Fleming: his ‘Voice of Hope’ DVD has sold three million copies since 2005. Photograph: Pat Langan

Singer Tommy Fleming has secured an injunction restraining the broadcasting of his bestselling DVD Voice of Hope by a TV company pending the hearing o(...)

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan adjourned for hearing in January a preliminary issue over whether the Irish High Court has jurisdiction to hear the action.

Members of one of two Syrian families now in Greece who have sued in the Irish courts in a bid to prevent their transfer to Turkey are to be transferr(...)

Gardai will no longer be excluded from the EU Working Time Directive, which states workers should be  entitled to take a break if their shift exceeds six hours.  Photograph: Frank Miller

A legal action by two gardai has been resolved following a Cabinet commitment to remove the blanket exclusion of members of An Garda Síochána and the(...)

People who took over Donegal County Council’s water testing laboratory office  are threatening to dump hazardous chemicals, the High Court heard.

A number of people who took over Donegal County Council’s water testing laboratory office a week ago are threatening to dump hazardous chemicals used (...)

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan refused to halt the auction

The High Court has cleared the way for the sale of 20 acres of land, once worth €3 million and now selling for €500,000, after refusing an injunction (...)

Mr Justice Gilligan said: “If there is no comfort forthcoming, it may be I have to take a different attitude.”

A High Court judge has sought assurances that two families now in Greece – after fleeing their native Syria – will not be moved beyond the jurisdictio(...)

Darius Savickis (46), a father of two originally from Lithuania, was in prison  at the time of an assault after he had pleaded guilty in  2009 to orally raping a woman  in  2005. File photograph: Getty Images

A rape victim is seeking court orders freezing a €17,225 award made to her attacker pending her own civil action for damages against him. The award w(...)

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