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15 former employees of well-known pub bring High Court action over alleged unlawful dismissal
One staff member claims he cannot get social welfare benefits because his employer never registered her as an employee with Revenue.
Case that could block 410 gardaí from getting promoted hears inappropriate questions asked at sergeant interview
Garda Keith Blythe claims he was asked an inappropriate question regarding whistleblowers at his own promotion interview earlier this year.
Man was secretly recorded threatening and verbally abusing his mother, court told
The HSE was told by the High Court that it can keep an elderly woman at a nursing home.
High Court throws out case of homeless mother who was sleeping in a tent outside council building
The woman had argued the council had failed to provide her with emergency housing, but the local authority said it doesn’t have the necessary resources.
Nurse convicted of prescribing botox without a licence struck off
She was fined €3,000.
Dalkey café bar temporarily closed by judge over fire safety concerns
They relate to a wooden gazebo built outside the premises.
One of the country's top golf courses, Druids Glen, has gone into examinership
Druids Glen says despite the court proceedings it will be a case of “business as usual” at the course.
Man wanted over UK sex attack arrested in Donegal
David Thomas Gaynor has been remanded in custody by the High Court.
Omagh bombing suspects face jail after failing to disclose their assets
The information had been sought by relatives of the 29 bomb victims.
Garda challenges his dismissal for stealing €600 from social club
Garda Wayne Hoban claims the Commissioner’s decision was unfair and seeks to quash the decision to dismiss him.
Judge orders Ruth Coppinger and fellow protesters to end house 'occupation'
The TD said the group involved in the protest were happy to have brought attention to the issue.
Someone's launched a (very) last minute challenge against same-sex marriage
Gerry Walshe, an electrician from Clare, wants a judicial review.
Bankers whose building society got a €5.4 billion bailout claim an investigation is "unconstitutional"
Irish Nationwide was folded into IBRC after its bailout.
Man who 'assassinated a garda in cold blood' refused temporary release
Michael McHugh was initially sentenced to death but is now serving a 40-year prison term.
Inquest into death of shooting victim put on hold as family seek garda file
The family had previously been refused access to the Garda investigation file.
Doctors told to give lifesaving treatment to teenage girl who's refusing to eat
The High Court was told today that the girl, who’s under 16, stopped taking any food or drink around a week ago.
Michael Fingleton is taking on the Central Bank
He’s trying to stop it from conducting an inquiry into alleged regulatory breaches.
Lots of people want to buy troubled Kerry Spring Water
A provisional liquidator was appointed to the company after it was dropped by Dunnes Stores.
Men occupy Wexford pub after receivers take over
The men may have a High Court order placed against them.
School told it must enrol boy (6) it deems "an unacceptable risk" to other students
A school has asked to overturn a direction that compels it to enrol him.
McElhinneys fashion store could be saved
The well-known occasion-wear shop employs 29 people in Meath.
Ex-junior minister Ivor Callely will not have to go back to prison
It was confirmed yesterday that the former minister will not have to go back to jail for six days to serve out the remainder of his sentence.