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Leo Varadkar has denied he broke the law. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

The news that Leo Varadkar leaked a confidential document on a €210 million GP pay deal, as well as the strenuously denied allegation that he broke th(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A legal action aimed at making the husband-and-wife directors of a collapsed building firm personally liable to the company for up to €1 million has b(...)

The decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold a High Court ruling prohibiting the identification of a child killed by its mother overturns decades of practice and opens up a plethora of anomalies. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold a High Court ruling prohibiting the identification of a child killed by its mother overturns decades of (...)

Aer Lingus is talking to UK government officials about operating direct flights from England to the United States. Photograph: Tom Honan

Retailers are seeking “Covid clauses” in new contracts or extensions being agreed with landlords, the Sunday Independent reports. William Fry property(...)

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar said in a statement  that he provided a draft copy of the new GP agreement to the then president of the NAGP  as he hoped to use his influence to encourage all GPs to accept it. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The controversy involving Tánaiste Leo Varadkar originated in moves by the previous government to extend services in general practice and a long-runni(...)

In 2018 the house was the scene of an attack on security men employed to secure it. They were forced from the property by a group of masked men and several vehicles were burned. File photograph: Brian Farrell

A High Court judge has said any person occupying a farm in Co Roscommon after 6pm on Sunday is likely to find themselves being jailed for contempt. M(...)

Ina Broderick (centre) pictured with sons Barry  (left) and Bernard Broderick. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A shareholder in a Dublin-based producer of mainly chocolate food products, employing 107 people, says it is to bring a petition before the High Court(...)

Irish-headquartered Perrigo wants the court to quash the Revenue’s 2018 assessment. Photograph: Adam Bird/Bloomberg

A High Court judge will give judgment next week on a significant action by drug company Perrigo against the Revenue and State aimed at overturning a €(...)

Although James Creed Meredith’s sympathies in 1914 were with John Redmond (above) and the Irish Parliamentary Party, he became a Sinn Féiner after 1918 and was sufficiently trusted to play one of the most important roles in the embryonic republic. Photograph: Topical Press Agency / Stringer/Getty Images

Compared with the other revolutionary events of 1920, a legal ruling handed down that year by a judge named James Creed Meredith is now little remembe(...)

Pat Ryan claimed a sale by the receiver might lead to a lesser price for the property than if sold by him and the partnerships which bought the property in 2003. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/ Collins

Developers Pat Ryan and Phil Monahan have failed to get a High Court injunction to prevent a receiver selling a commercial property at Dublin’s City Q(...)

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