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     He brought the legal challenge against the Minister for Justice seeking to overturn a finding in his visa refusal that he also could not apply for a visa for another five years.

A Kenyan professional footballer has failed in a High Court challenge over his efforts to come and live in Ireland and continue a long-term relationsh(...)

     Detective Sergeant Brian Hanley told Judge Victor Blake that he needed more time.

There were more than 600 lines of inquiry in the case file of a retired Garda Superintendent charged over a drug seizure in Dublin, a judge has heard.(...)

Ionut Cosmin Nicholescu from Romania pictured at Cork District Court where he was charged on Friday evening with  murder. Photograph: Cork Courts Limited

A 28-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he was tonight charged with the murder of a homeless man whose dismembered body was found in the (...)

     The man was reported to be living “a hermit’s life” and sleeping rough in a bus shelter with a dog whom he said he had “on loan”.

An elderly man who remained unidentified in a psychiatric hospital here for 30 years has died and a DNA sample taken post-mortem is now being used in (...)

Businessman Alan Hynes was involved in alleged reckless and fraudulent trading in three companies connected to the Tuskar group, the High Court heard.

A liquidator wants businessman Alan Hynes to be personally liable for €4.8 million over his involvement in alleged reckless and fraudulent trading in (...)

     Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy had said at a previous sentencing hearing in October that the accused was a “dangerous young man” who was physically powerful and it was in his and society’s interest that he address his anger issues.

A man who abused his 12-year-old step daughter has had the final two years of a 15 year sentence suspended after undertaking to actively engage in the(...)

Kieran Creaven pleaded guilty to 10 counts. File photograph: SWNS

A former RTÉ producer who sexually abused and exploited young children, including flying to the Philippines for the purpose of child sexual abuse, has(...)

     Ms Justice Emily Egan found that Topaz had acted negligently and in breach of its statutory duty of care by failing to implement its health and safety procedures and measures by failing to provide Ms Quinn with a mobile panic alarm.

The High Court has awarded €33,000 damages to a woman who developed nervous shock after witnessing a murder at the garage where she worked. The award(...)

The Four Courts. Four former directors of a medical equipment supplier have agreed to accept liability for losses totalling €27 million, the High Court has heard.

Four former directors of a medical equipment supplier have agreed to accept liability for losses totalling €27 million, the High Court has heard. In(...)

The court was told that the doctor has returned to her native  Egypt having given an ‘utterly dishonest’ account of the incident at the time.

A doctor who drove her car at speed through a red light, knocking down and catastrophically injuring a schoolgirl, blamed the teenager for the acciden(...)

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