Jackie Lavin's High Court action against her partner Bill Cullen and one of his companies, over an alleged failure to complete a €1m deal for the sale of Killegy House in Co Kerry to the businesswoman, will be heard in October.
The fatal shooting of a Belfast man by British soldiers during rioting in 1971 was unjustified, a coroner has ruled.
Former Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton has said that it was her “absolute conviction” that “protest in Ireland is a sacred right”, but said it was also her conviction that it should be peaceful protest.
A 15-year old boy who suffered brain damage at birth has settled his High Court action for €7million.
A teenage soccer player whose claim against his former club for psychological injury was dismissed today has said he is glad his parents brought the case forward, saying his family can now move on.
A 10-month-old baby girl had “classic” symptoms of abusive head trauma, the trial of her former child minder heard today.
A man and a woman have been arrested in Ireland by detectives investigating suspected Islamic-related terrorism.
A Tipperary woman has collected her second Lotto cheque in 10 years today.
Formal talks to restore Northern Ireland powersharing have been paused until after the British General Election.
Health Minister Simon Harris has accused anti-vaccine campaigners of dangerous "scaremongering", writes Fiachra Ó Cionnaith of the Irish Examiner.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said the Oireachtas committee tasked with examining the wide-reaching Citizens' Assembly abortion recommendations will be set up within "the next week or fortnight".
A Cork man has pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to a mare by a rope embedded in her nose.
The family of murdered schoolgirl Arlene Arkinson are being forced to endure "exquisite cruelty" because of delays to her inquest, a coroner's court has heard today..
Trinity College has been scammed out of €1m destined for needy students.
The High Court has approved a settlement worth €6.3m for 'Grace' , the young woman with intellectual disabilities who was left in the care of a foster family for 20 years despite physical abuse, gross neglect and possible sexual abuse.
Former Taoiseach and EU ambassador John Bruton has launched a blistering broadside on British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
An interim report into the inflation of breath test statistics has shown numerous reasons for how it happened, according to the Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan.
State-owned land is being opened up for development in a bid to ease the housing crisis, writes Daniel McConnell of the Irish Examiner
Former Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton said she “ran for her life” after the car she was traveling in was surrounded by anti-water charge protesters in Dublin on November 15, 2014.
A new survey has found nearly one in four Irish people would hide a mental health problem from their family and friends.
Scientists have developed a blood test which spots the relapse of lung cancer in patients, up to a year before the disease can be detected by CT scans and X-rays.
An Irish-based Latvian national has withdrawn personal injury claims for €120,000 against insurance companies and two of their customers after having been secretly photographed lugging suitcases onto a coach he drove while claiming he was unfit for work.
The Coeliac Society of Ireland has developed a self-assessment guide to help people identify symptoms of the disease.
The man is also charged with having no driving licence and using a motor vehicle without insurance.
A €30,000 award was made yesterday to a woman for distress caused by the videoing of procedures for medical research when she was giving birth.
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New plans for four large solar farms in the Midlands will be unveiled later today.
Two cars collided, and then the male driver of one of the vehicles was attacked by a number of men who were in the second car.