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Minister of State for Heritage Malcolm Noonan was addressing the Oireachtas Agriculture Committee, where anger was expressed following an  Irish Times report on the arrival of the country’s first horticultural peat shipment. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Minister of State for Heritage Malcolm Noonan has denied an unfolding crisis in the peat harvesting sector is the product of a “green agenda”, insist(...)

The Supreme Court has ruled that a lower court judge was entitled to order the DPP to pay the legal costs of two men whose prosecutions for alleged as(...)

Lawyers for Virginia Giuffre said they sent the civil lawsuit to the prince’s Los Angeles-based lawyer Andrew Brettler by email and FedEx, and both copies had been received by Monday morning. Photograph: Steve Parsons/WPA Pool/Getty

Britain’s Prince Andrew has been served with a lawsuit alleging sexual assault in the United States by lawyers for a woman who says she was forced to (...)

Irish will receive full working status in the European Union from January 1st next year. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy/The Irish Times

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has been called upon to seek the withdrawal of an appeal by the State of a High Court ruling which said earlier this year tha(...)

The grave of Baby John in Cahirsiveen in Co Kerry. Photograph: Domnick Walsh

The Kerry babies case is in the news again? Yes. On Tuesday, gardaí exhumed from Holy Cross Cemetery in Cahersiveen the remains of ‘Baby John’, the f(...)

The Residents Association recently met with UCC President John O’Halloran to express their concerns. Photograph: Getty

Residents of the area surrounding University College Cork (UCC) who have been plagued by anti-social behaviour have called for a national strategy to (...)

Enthusiasm for training is evident across the judiciary, with more than 70 per cent expressing a desire for it. Photograph: Frank Miller

When John O’Connor became a judge, first of the District Court, later the Circuit Court, there were no training courses available, bar an informal “sh(...)

WhatsApp had expected a heavier fine than it received from the DPC.

WhatsApp has issued legal proceedings aimed at setting aside the €225 million fine it was recently handed by the Data Protection Commission (DPC). C(...)

Patrick Costello is concerned the deal provides for ‘investor courts’ to decide complaints by Canadians who invest in European Union member states. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The High Court has dismissed a challenge by Green Party TD Patrick Costello over the constitutionality of aspects of the Ceta EU-Canada trade deal. I(...)

Abderrahman Yahiaoui  fled to Ireland in 2000. Photograph: Alan Betson

An Algerian man convicted of terrorism-related offences in France was living an “unremarkable” life in Dublin for more than two decades before his arr(...)

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