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The appeal before the Supreme Court centres on the extent to which the planning board should have considered and assessed the plant’s upstream consequences. Photograph: iStock

A five-judge Supreme Court will rule on a later date on an appeal aimed at quashing permission for a Co Kilkenny cheese plant. Having heard final sub(...)

The operators of Dublin’s Clarence Hotel, Brushfield Ltd, part of the Press Up Entertainment Group, had sued Arachas Corporate Brokers Ltd who arranged the hotel’s insurance policy with Axa. Photograph: Dave Meehan

An action against an insurance broker over business interruption cover has been settled in the Commercial Court. The operators of Dublin’s Clarence H(...)

Tusla had commenced an investigation following the 2019 broadcast of the television documentary Creches, Behind Closed Doors.

A former director of the Hyde & Seek creches, secretly filmed “roughly” handling a toddler to get him to sleep, has fined for her treatment of the(...)

After two hours his counsel, Edward Walsh SC, told Mr Justice Paul Coffey his client had suffered an asthma attack and was not in a position to give further evidence.

An action brought by an ESB worker attacked by a stag during the course of his work was adjourned at the High Court after he suffered an asthma attack(...)

The court decided to reserve judgement  after text messages from the injured party, which appeared to indicate he does not want his attacker jailed, were read to the court.

A man has forgiven the attacker who left him comatose and suffering from a potentially fatal bleed on the brain following a “devastating one-punch att(...)

An Taisce accepts the supply of milk is not part of the Kilkenny development itself, but argues it could have “significant indirect effects” on the environment that should have been identified and assessed by the planning board. Photograph: iStock

The potential environmental impact of annually producing some 450 million litres of milk to supply a proposed Co Kilkenny cheese plant should be treat(...)

Gerry Hutch (58), who was extradited from Spain, and former Sinn Féin councillor Jonathan Dowdall (44), of Navan Road, Dublin, are both charged with the murder of David Byrne (33) at the hotel in Whitehall, Dublin, on February 5th, 2016. File photograph: Reuters

The State has rejected claims in cases brought by two men, including Gerry “The Monk” Hutch, that they should not be tried in the non-jury Special Cri(...)

The application to court was made ex-parte, meaning only Carrickmines Land was represented in court. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has granted leave to a company to challenge a refusal of planning permission for a mixed-use apartment and commercial development in Ca(...)

The 26-year-old man pleaded guilty  to sexually exploiting a four-year-old girl and raping her older brother during the summer of 2014 at their home.

The parents of two small children who were sexually abused by their uncle while he was baby-sitting them have described the attacks as “a parent’s wor(...)

The student was working in a shop parttime but repeatedly voided transtactions then stole the money at the end of the shift, the court heard.

A university student who stole nearly €7,000 from his newsagent employer to help pay for his Masters course in dispute resolution has received 120 hou(...)

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