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High Court challenges have been brought against decisions by An Bord Pleanála regarding two telecommunications masts in south Co Dublin. Photograph: iStock

High Court challenges have been brought against decisions by An Bord Pleanála regarding two telecommunications masts in south Co Dublin. The separat(...)

the court was told that the boy is now receiving supports, attending education full time and getting help from mental health services.

A 13-year-old boy with a drug addiction allegedly lined a group of youths up against a fence rob them while armed with a knife, a court has heard. Th(...)

A man who claims he spent more than a year in prison after being wrongly accused of raping a woman has sued various entities of the State. Photograph: David Sleator

A man who claims he spent more than a year in prison after being wrongly accused of raping a woman who had previously fabricated a similar claim again(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross said the practice of having pre-trial motions, motions for discovery and written submissions can be good in cases where everyone has deep pockets. But they can have serious negative effects in ordinary cases.

A senior judge retiring after a decade handling the personal injuries list has said he fears recent and proposed changes in practice will have the eff(...)

 Hazel Fitzpatrick posted a screenshot of a photo that identified Boy A. Photograph: Collins Courts

A judge has said that a mother-of-two who identified one of the boys convicted of murdering Ana Kriégel on her Facebook page showed “utter contempt” f(...)

Mobile phone data played an important role in securing Graham Dwyer’s conviction. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The mobile phone data-retention practices used to convict Graham Dwyer were not in line with European Union law, a senior judicial adviser at the Euro(...)

Mobile phone data played an important role in securing Graham Dwyer’s conviction in 2015 for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O’Hara in August 2012. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A senior judicial adviser to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) will give an opinion on Thursday on the far-reaching challenge by convicted murderer (...)

The Market Bar on Fade Street, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

A dispute between the operating company of a Dublin bar and the owners of George’s Street Arcade over the padlocking of an emergency exit has been set(...)

At the hearing, Ryanair argued that instead of making Jovita Jocinate’s position redundant, it was in a position to offer her continued employment in the London Stansted base.

A former Ryanair cabin crew member has won her dispute with the airline over a €16,000 redundancy payment. The carrier was told by Workplace Relation(...)

The dispute involved IEGP, which manages the five apartment blocks and the commercial premises at the Ivy Exchange, and JOM which owns two commercial units there.

A dispute over service charges for a number of Dublin city centre commercial and residential buildings has been settled, the Commercial Court has hear(...)

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