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Aoife Maguire at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins.

Of 275 cash withdrawals worth €173,800, and made from a customer account at Anglo Irish Bank, only four withdrawal dockets could be found during an in(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank official Aoife Maguire (60) of Rothe Abbey, South Circular Road, Kilmainham, Dublin, has pleaded not guilty to deceiving the Revenue between 2003 and 2004. Photograph: Court Collins

A customer of Anglo Irish Bank was described as deceased “for a relatively short period of time”, the trial of three former officials at the bank has (...)

A prisoner at HMP Maghaberry was subjected to a full search by force, which was filmed, after refusing to give his consent.  File photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland.

A Northern Ireland prisoner was subjected to degrading treatment by having his strip search filmed, the High Court in Belfast heard on Monday. Lawyer(...)

The United Airlines plane was en route from Rome to Chicago on Saturday evening when the captain made the decision to touch down at Belfast International Airport. File Photograph: John Gress/Reuters

The cost of diverting a transatlantic flight due to the alleged threatening behaviour of a passenger who repeatedly demanded nuts could be £350,000, a(...)

A Belfast woman will face two charges of unlawfully procuring a medicine known for its use in terminating pregnancies.

A Belfast woman is to stand trial accused of supplying poison for her daughter to have a miscarriage. The defendant, aged in her thirties, appe(...)

Brothers James and Joseph Sheehan leaving the High Court yesterday. Photograph: Collins

Brothers Joseph and James Sheehan have reached a settlement in a dispute over a company that owns a half share of the private Galway Clinic health cen(...)

Declan Aaron McCallion, the husband of Cllr Elisha McCallion, pleaded guilty to physically assaulting a man at Academy Road and guilty to assaulting the man’s wife by putting her in fear of violence. File photograph: Graham Hughes

The husband of the Sinn Féin Mayor of Derry and Strabane District Council has been given a three-month jail sentence, suspended for two years, after h(...)

Sarah Ewart (left) who had to travel to England from Northern Ireland to have an abortion in 2013 after being told her unborn baby had no chance of survival, with Grainne Teggart from Amnesty International. Photograph: Lesley-Anne McKeown/PA Wire

Judgment has been reserved in a landmark legal bid against Northern Ireland’s abortion laws. Mr Justice Mark Horner said he realised a verdict would b(...)

Mr Justice Garrett Sheehan said the court would required a prison governor’s report, an updated probation report and details on a drug-treatment programme before moving to impose a new sentence

The ringleader behind an “appalling” attack in which a student was “frog-marched” to an ATM machine and told to withdraw money or his girlfriend would(...)

Sarah Ewart (24), from Belfast, who had to travel to England to have an abortion in 2013 after being told her. Ms Ewart has joined a landmark legal action seeking to have the law changed to allow terminations in cases of lethal foetal abnormality and sexual crime. The case is being heard at Belfast High Court. Photograph: Lesley-Anne McKeown/PA Wire

Minister for Justice David Ford has no power to unilaterally change Northern Ireland’s abortion laws, the High Court in Belfast has heard. Mr Justice(...)

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