Mr Justice Paul Gilligan reserved his decision and said he will give judgment tomorrow

Judgment expected tomorrow on Grangegorman site

26 Mar The High Court has heard the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Christy Burke, has given his approval to works carried out by alleged trespassers living at a number of properties in Grangegorman.

Dr Mary Patricia O'Donnell and her husband Brian leaving an earlier hearing

Court hears of 'harassment' of O'Donnells

26 Mar The family of Brian O'Donnell expressed their anger towards Bank of Ireland's legal team during a court challenge over the bankruptcy of Brian and Mary Patricia O'Donnell.

The case resumes tomorrow

Man admits he put homeless man in rubbish chute

25 Mar The man accused of murdering a 59-year-old homeless man in Cork told the jury in his trial today that he put the man in the rubbish chute outside his apartment and said he thought the man would slide down into the rubbish and go on about his business.

Several tourists can be seen visibly jumping in surprise in the video

Film of Tunisia museum attack emerges

25 Mar Italian news outlet La Repubblica TV has aired amateur video filmed by an Italian couple that were caught in the Bardo museum during last week's attack in the capital Tunis.

Sean Stewart, with an address at Drumaveg, Moycullen, appeared before Galway Circuit Criminal Court

Man given three-year sentence over abuse images

25 Mar A 29-year-old Galway man has been sentenced to three years in prison, with the final 18 months suspended, after pleading guilty to possessing images and video files depicting the sexual abuse of children.

OTR scheme highlighted following collapse of case against John Downey in connection with Hyde Park bombing

Victims let down over OTRs scheme - report

24 Mar The British government let down victims of violence and their families in the administration of the controversial "on-the-runs" scheme, according to a report issued this morning.

The case is to resume tomorrow morning

Man found in rubbish chute died of asphyxia

24 Mar A murder trial in Cork has heard that a 59-year-old man whose body was found in a rubbish chute of an apartment complex in the city died as a result of asphyxia and a lack of oxygen.

Brian and Mary Patricia O'Donnell have been granted a stay in Gorse Hill until 15 April

Decision on Gorse Hill due 15 April

24 Mar Solicitor Brian O'Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia are allowed to remain in the former family home until 15 April after a court said it would not give its decision on his latest legal challenge until that date.

The case could have major implications for the relationship between the EU and US in the realm of data protection

Facebook data case to begin in European court

24 Mar A case gets under way today in the European Court of Justice on the extent to which US tech giants based in Ireland, such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft, should be allowed to transfer the personal data of users to the United States.

Graham Dwyer denies murdering Elaine O'Hara on 22 August 2012

Dwyer trial jury must 'reach decision clinically'

23 Mar The judge in the trial of Graham Dwyer for the murder of Elaine O'Hara has told the jurors they must put aside their feelings about Mr Dwyer and reach their decision clinically, without emotions or sentiment.