An injunction permanently restraining protesters from interfering with the fitting out of accommodation for asylum seekers in Ballinamore, Co Leitrim, was granted in the High Court today by Mr Justice Max Barrett.
Mon, 23 Dec, 2019
Six people who were the subject of an injunction over protests outside apartment accommodation for asylum seekers in Ballinamore, Co Leitrim, have urged the High Court to lift or vary the orders against them.
Fri, 06 Dec, 2019
A High Court judge has said a deportation order for a Nigerian man who seems to be the primary carer of his two biological children and a "father figure" to his partner's Irish citizen son, gave "cause for offence" to fathers in such positions.
Fri, 15 Nov, 2019
The Court of Appeal has upheld a judge’s decision to grant injunctions allowing two Leaving Cert students facing expulsion for videoing and posting on social media a classmate snorting some white powder during a class, to return to school.
Wed, 31 Jul, 2019
The High Court has suspended for three months its declaration of unconstitutionality of a law preventing the recognition, for family reunification purposes, of marriages of refugees which took place after they sought protection here.
Mon, 29 Jul, 2019
An appeal has been initiated over a controversial High Court decision, with far-reaching implications, that applicants for citizenship must have "unbroken" residence here for a year prior to their application.
Thu, 25 Jul, 2019
A High Court judge, in a significant ruling, has found the Minister for Justice wrongly applied regulations relating to the free movement of persons in the EU when refusing a man's application for a residence card.
Wed, 24 Jul, 2019
A High Court judge has adjourned for a week the making of further orders arising from his significant and controversial decision that applicants for citizenship must have "unbroken" residence here for a year before they apply.
Thu, 18 Jul, 2019
A High Court judge, in a significant decision, has ruled the "continuous residence" requirement in citizenship applications means an applicant for naturalisation must have "unbroken" residence in the State for an entire year immediately before the date of their application.
Wed, 17 Jul, 2019
The Minister for Justice brought a "strikingly middle-income and perhaps even middle-aged dimension" to a decision to refuse a man a residence card on the basis he was not in a "durable relationship", a High Court judge has said.
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019
A High Court judge has upheld the Minister for Justice's refusal to allow a married Pakistani couple live here on grounds their application involved an abuse of the wife's free movement rights as an EU citizen.
Wed, 03 Apr, 2019
A Junior Certificate student suspended from school after his mother expressed concern about him sourcing cannabis online can return to his studies with immediate effect, the High Court ruled.
Mon, 01 Apr, 2019
Both teams were already assured of progress to the Harty Cup quarter-finals thanks to comprehensive beatings of Castletroy College earlier on, but it was Christians who sent out the loudest message of intent at Bansha as they powered their way to another heavy victory.
Wed, 21 Nov, 2018
The High Court's finding that buildings and sites on and around Dublin's Moore Street are a 1916 Rising battlfield site comprising a national monument was "strongly supported" by evidence, including from historians and two former directors of the National Musuem, the Court of Appeal has been told.
Wed, 20 Dec, 2017
A High Court judge has imposed litigation restrictions on a woman and her non-professional advisor over their involvement in multiple actions that amounted to "an abuse of process upon an abuse of process" concerning a Midlands farm.
Fri, 27 Oct, 2017
Responding to a court decision to reject a challenge to a McDonald’s drive through fast-food restaurant being opened near a school in Greystones, the advocacy group Irish Heart have called for new legislation to protect children’s health by introducing no fry zones.
Tue, 11 Jul, 2017
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission cannot examine all 100,000 emails of a senior executive of cement giant CRH copied by it following a “dawn raid” as part of an investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Tue, 30 May, 2017
Wed, 30 Nov, 2016