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Thomas McFeely: the Priory Hall apartment complex in north Dublin was originally constructed in 2007

The State will be left with a bill of more than €15 million for the reconstruction of Priory Hall, the notorious firetrap apartment complex in north D(...)

Energia has taken a High Court challenge over a decision  to prioritise applications for licences allowing preliminary works on sites earmarked for offshore wind farms. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Energia has taken a High Court challenge over a decision by the Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage to prioritise applications for lic(...)

The Iveagh Markets in Francis Street, Dublin. Arthur Edward Rory Guinness, whose ancestor the First Earl of Iveagh built the market in the Liberties more than 100 years ago, says he is the lawful owner. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A High Court judge has urged parties in a dispute over ownership of Dublin’s Iveagh Market building to consider mediation. Mr Justice David Barnivill(...)

His doctor had recommended his admission to hospital but the man who is aged in his 80s refused to go there by ambulance on Saturday. File photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

An order permitting the emergency admission to hospital of a seriously ill elderly man against his wishes has been made by the president of the High C(...)

The freshwater was intended to bathe diseased salmon in four licensed sites operated by the company in Kilkieran Bay to rid them of sea lice and amoebic gill disease. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has overturned a permission granted to a fish farm operator to pump freshwater from an island lake for use in bathing salmon in fish fa(...)

‘Airlines will need ongoing access to emergency liquidity - including government support’. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

More airlines will go out of business this year as the industry faces the loss of a further $38 billion, according to a new report. The International(...)

US pharmaceuticals giant AbbVie has won an appeal against an unexpected €500 million-plus Irish stamp duty bill. File Photograph: Smith Collection/Gado/Getty

US pharmaceuticals giant AbbVie has won an appeal against an unexpected €500 million-plus Irish stamp duty bill it was left with in relation to its ta(...)

Meabh Quoirin with Nóra. The 15-year-old, who had learning difficulties, had been on a family holiday at the Dusun resort when she went missing. Photograph: Family handout

The parents of Franco-Irish teenager Nóra Quoirin will be seeking a court revision of the inquest verdict recorded by a Malaysian coroner. Meabh and (...)

The judge said  the school principal had given evidence of her belief that no accidents or incidents involving the steps had been recorded in the school’s log book during her tenure at the school since 1984.

A High Court judge has dismissed a damages action by a woman who sued her daughter’s national school over ankle injuries suffered after she fell on t(...)

Having observed both men giving evidence, the judge said he had no doubt each truly believed he was at all times on the correct side of the road. That could not be correct and one or the other, or both, are mistaken, he said.

A law student who suffered serious back injuries in a road accident in Co Dublin has lost his High Court damages action. Mr Justice Bernard Barton f(...)

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