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Aoife Walsh  suffered a number of jagged wounds to the upper and lower lips and was bleeding profusely and rushed to hospital after the dog attacked her.

A €92,000 settlement has been approved for a girl who, when a toddler, was attacked and bitten about the lips by a Jack Russell dog. Aoife Walsh was(...)

Irish citizens living in Northern Ireland will have abortion readily available, in the same way as they can already avail of other health services in (...)

Approving a €50,000  settlement for a prisoner, Mr Justice Kevin Cross told the man he would have to keep on his medication on his release from prison and wished him well for the future.

A prisoner who claimed he was failed by the State as a child when put in foster care has settled his High Court action for €50,000. The now 30-year o(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly said it would be a ‘disservice’ to the profession if Patrick E Callanan’s name remained on the solicitors’ roll.

A solicitor who admitted professional misconduct, including giving false information to a financial institution to help his sister obtain a mortgage, (...)

The High Court directed that the prisoner give evidence by video link from prison after the State claimed his presence in court may pose a threat to others.

A prisoner who claims he was failed by the State since being placed in foster care as a four-year-old child, during which time he was allegedly assaul(...)

Judges at the High Court in Belfast dismissed a bid by Frank Mulhern challenging the Public Prosecution Service’s alleged failure to have Freddie Scappaticci face perjury proceedings.

The father of an IRA murder victim has lost a High Court battle to have perjury charges brought against a west Belfast man for denying he was the top (...)

Chief financial officer Carl Berkeley was investigated by his employer, Easytrip, over the sending of an email containing company data to a third party.

The chief financial officer of a firm that provides services to motorists, including electronic parking and tolling tags, has brought High Court proce(...)

Counsel for businessman and political activist Declan Ganley said there was no evidence Mr Ganley was the Red Flag client. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A judge hearing an application by Denis O’Brien to have Declan Ganley named as a co-defendant in Mr O’Brien’s legal action against Red Flag Consulting(...)

Dwyer claims provisions of the Communications (Retention of Data) Act 2011, which allowed gardaí obtain and use data generated by his mobile phone during his 2015 trial, breached his privacy rights under the Constitution, European Convention on Human Rights and the EU Charter.

The sole purpose of Graham Dwyer’s challenge to Ireland’s data retention laws is to show his rights were breached when information from his mobile pho(...)

In his judgment on Friday, Mr Justice Charles Meenan said the problem facing the board was, regardless of the fact the lands could be identified, the owners/occupiers could not.

An environmental group has lost its legal challenge to a decision made by An Bord Pleanála regarding peat extraction works in the Midlands. Friends o(...)

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