"I have eight pins in my legs and a spine injury and am very sore this morning. But I am adamant that I am not leaving."
A Derry coroner yesterday ruled that a schoolboy Manus Deery, 15, was “totally innocent” when he was killed by a bullet fired by a British soldier.
A British soldier who killed a "totally innocent" teenager when he fired close to a crowd of youths in Derry was unjustified in discharging the fatal round, a coroner has ruled.
Thousands of motorists are still escaping penalty points because their official notice is returned in the post marked “undelivered”.
A judge has heard how a British pub group plans to tackle drunkenness and disorderly behaviour in Ireland.
A taxi driver has been awarded damages against Dublin Bus after he was assaulted on a bus in 2006.
The owner of one of the country’s best-known nightclubs has been told by a judge to face the music or go to jail.
A 17-year-old schoolgirl who developed “an inherent fear of showers” following a fire in her home has been awarded €22,500 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
A baby girl, who was injured in a car accident two days before she was born, has been awarded almost €18,000 for personal injury damages.
Limerick FC 0 Derry City 1
Blarney United 0 Derry City 4
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Rory Patterson settled a pulsating clash with an 86th minute winner to boost Derry’s title challenge at Hunky Dorys Park.
Derry City 1 Drogheda Utd 1
A 9-year-old girl grimly held on to her seat to save herself after watching a friend’s mum fall 40ft from a funfair seat, the Circuit Civil Court has heard.
Two children, aged 3 and 4 when they suffered needlestick injuries while playing in a rubbish-strewn park, have each lost €38,000 damages claims against a local authority.
A family of three, who had to flee their home for their own safety in the middle of the night, has been awarded damages for assault against a Dublin businessman and landlord and his two sons.
A 6-year-old schoolgirl’s right ear lobe split a month after having her ears pierced as a birthday present, a court heard yesterday.
A six-year-old schoolgirl’s right earlobe split only a month after having her ears pierced as a birthday present, a court heard today.
Drunken parties in public parks are causing major financial hangovers for local authorities, a court heard today.
Derry City 3 St Patrick’s Athletic 2
A man who walked next door and hit his neighbour in the mouth has been told by a judge to pay him €9,000 compensation.
TV’s Masterchef judge Dylan McGrath was yesterday granted a full public house drinks licence for his new €1.4m restaurant in Fade St, Dublin.
A couple, both of whom claimed to have developed a mental adjustment disorder after their 12-year-old daughter’s arm was pricked by a pin in a hotel bed, have been awarded €18,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
Shelbourne 0 Derry City 3
A six-year-old child who was given a bird flu vaccine at school without her parents’ consent has been awarded damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
Derry City 1 Shelbourne 1
Derry City 4 Dundalk 0
Sligo Rovers 4 Derry City 1
Derry City 1 UCD 2
A five-year-old child whose left leg was scalded by a spillage of tea on an Aer Lingus flight, has been awarded €7,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
A family that has not paid rent for the past 18 months is finally to be evicted, a judge has ruled.
Four children, who were injured while travelling in their father’s car, were awarded a total of €34,000 damages today against his insurance company.
Dundalk stunned Derry City at the Brandywell last night, the Lilywhites recording their first win on the road since last June.
Derry City disrupted Sligo’s momentum as Airtricity League leaders with a battling performance in a mediocre game at the Showgrounds last night.
UCD put up a dogged performance last night to frustrate the Candystripes in what proved a very poor game at the Brandywell.
Surprise packets Drogheda continued their remarkable start to the season with this deserved victory over Derry City at Hunky Dorys Park.
Mark Keogan, brother of TV and radio star Hector Ó hEochagáin, was today awarded €85,000 compensation for unfair dismissal in September 2009 as manager of The George Pub and Nightclub in Georges Street, Dublin.
An accountant has been told by a judge to hand his €2m family home at Brighton Road, Rathgar, Dublin, back to the ICS Building Society.
A dry cleaners, which asked the Circuit Civil Court yesterday to fix a new rent for its store at Superquinn’s Knocklyon Shopping Centre, Dublin, will save almost €250,000 in rental payments over the 20-year term of a new lease.
A mother of three, whose social welfare has been cut off by the Criminal Assets Bureau, put over €210,000 in to a credit union account over the past 13 years, a judge has been told.
A mother-of-three, whose social welfare has been cut off by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB), banked more than €210,000 in a Credit Union account over the last 13 years, a judge has been told today.
FOUR burglars had their Christmas dinner in a top restaurant after a failure in its alarm system allowed them to break into the premises.
FOUR children who were passengers in their mother’s car when it was hit by a Garda patrol car have been awarded a total of €26,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
A HOUSE owner in the plush Embassy belt of the Dublin 4 area told a judge yesterday his home was being devalued by the way a neighbour was allowing her garden to grow wild.
Thirty one members of the Dublin County Amateur Boxing Board have been told by a judge to pay a €60,000 costs bill arising out of an unsuccessful legal foray against their parent body, the Irish Amateur Boxing Association.
A 25-YEAR-OLD physiotherapist who claimed she had tripped on a “lip” on the road in Foxrock, has been awarded €19,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
A TWO-YEAR-OLD child fell about 9m down a shaft in a multi-storey car park and was trapped for 40 minutes as his helpless parents tried to comfort him, a court heard yesterday.
DERRY CITY confirmed third spot in the Premier Division following an entertaining 1-1 draw against St Patrick’s Athletic last night.
DERRY CITY put last week’s defeat by Shamrock Rovers behind them with a convincing victory over basement side, Galway, at the Brandywell last night.
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