Merchant’s Arch Bar on Wellington Quay, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Owners of a prominent Temple Bar pub have been told by Dublin City Council they cannot turn the venue into a “superpub” despite approval from the circ(...)

Tourists outside St Andrew’s Church in Dublin 2 which is to be turned into a€5m food court before the end of the year. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

A restaurateur has said his company intends to spend €5 million renovating St Andrew’s Protestant Church in central Dublin and turning it into a licen(...)

A file image of a lap top on fire. Photograph: Getty

A leading judge has described the explosion of a lap top being used by a six-year-old boy at his mother’s dining table as scary. “You have put the he(...)

The Circuit Civil Court heard   legislation had been amended this year deleting the two words Good Friday from the 1927 Licensing Act. File Photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

There is no legal bar to publicans obtaining late night license extensions for Good Friday, the President of the Circuit Court, Mr Justice Raymond Gro(...)

A school teacher has lost a €75,000 damages claim for defamation of his character which he alleged took place in a McDonald’s restaurant after he disc(...)

Driver of hire car brushed against a parked, empty van, the court heard. File photograph: iStock

A “passenger in an empty van” has lost a €60,000 damages claim in the Circuit Civil Court for personal injuries. Barrister John Martin, counsel for A(...)

Garda forensic officers at the scene of the murder of Derek Coakley-Hutch (inset). Main photograph: Cyril Byrne

The man shot dead in Dublin on Saturday may have gone to the area where he was gunned down to throw drugs over a prison wall, gardaí believe. Derek C(...)

 Noeleen Coakley  pictured leaving the Four Courts on Friday after being  awarded €28,000 damages at the Circuit Civil Court. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A woman who a judge said “just seemed to attract misfortune”, has been awarded €28,000 damages for injuries she suffered in a rear-ending traffic coll(...)

A Dublin man took part in a triathlon only five weeks after allegedly suffering ‘incapacitating injuries’ in a cycling accident, the Circuit Civil Court has heard. File image: iStock.

A Dublin man took part in a triathlon only five weeks after allegedly suffering “incapacitating injuries” in a cycling accident involving a hit and ru(...)

Arunas Dumskis, of the Hamptons, Santry Cross, Dublin, pictured leaving the Four Courts after he was awarded €30,000 damages. Photograph: Collins.

A delivery driver who injured his lower back when lifting a tray of bread, has been awarded €30,000 damages for personal injury. Barrister Bebhinn Mu(...)

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