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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(...)

Aoife Maguire arriving at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. File photograph: Collins.

A former official at Anglo Irish Bank has said he was not aware that, when a fraud officer was appointed in 2010 to examine the “archiving” of certain(...)

File photograph of Gayle Killilea Dunne. She argues  being subject to proceedings here and in the US creates “real potential” that any assets sought to be recovered risked being depleted, which was not in the interests of her husband’s creditors. Photograph: Collins Courts

The wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne wants to halt “oppressive” proceedings against her arising over alleged invalid transfers of her husband’s a(...)

A compromise has been reached in the action by RTÉ against TV3 over alleged failure to pay about €1 million alleged to be outstanding for digital transmission services.

A compromise has been reached in the action by RTÉ against TV3 over alleged failure to pay about €1 million alleged to be outstanding for digital tran(...)

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

An account held in Anglo Irish Bank was not furnished to the Revenue Commissioners because it was connected with the bank’s former chairman Seán FitzP(...)

The men first climbed onto roofs and damaged them, and then approached their elderly victims, offering to “fix” them.

Three Irish men in Perth, Western Australia, have been jailed for their part in a roof repair scam which targeted the elderly. John Jason O’Brien (18)(...)

The shutters come down at the entrance to Clerys Department Store in O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Clerys department store on O’Connell Street in Dublin has closed its doors for the final time with the loss of 460 jobs. About a dozen Clerys staff s(...)

Cmdt Nile (Niall) Donohoe: displayed ‘flagrant contempt to [his] senior officer’, said military court judge. Photograph: Collins Courts

An Air Corps commandant who was found guilty of assaulting a superior officer will not face dismissal from the Defence Forces, a military court has(...)

The trustees of a non-denominational church, the Victory Christian Fellowship, have lost their appeal against a High Court ruling that Bank of Scotlan(...)

The British government has “washed its hands” of an obligation to oversee an inquiry into the  shooting of an IRA man more than 40 years ago, the Northern Ireland High Court has heard. File photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The British government has “washed its hands” of an obligation to oversee an inquiry into the British Army shooting of an IRA man more than 40 years a(...)

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