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#High Court

# high-court - Thursday 12 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Callely win could land taxpayer with €500k legal bill Expenses

Callely win could land taxpayer with €500k legal bill

The Public Accounts Committee is told that Ivor Callely’s legal fees for his Supreme Court challenge could reach hundreds of thousands.

# high-court - Thursday 29 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Rock Bingo declared “lawful”, will open on New Year’s Day Rock Bingo

Rock Bingo declared “lawful”, will open on New Year’s Day

The bingo hall in Togher, Cork, had been closed following a garda raid in November. The High Court has declared the operation to be lawful and it will open on new year’s day.

# high-court - Friday 16 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Quinn’s wife ordered to repay €3m to Anglo Courts

Quinn’s wife ordered to repay €3m to Anglo

Patricia Quinn said she did not possess any knowledge of business matters, despite being a director of over 90 companies.

# high-court - Friday 9 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie High Court orders closure of Seamus O’Connell’s Cork restaurant Food Safety

High Court orders closure of Seamus O’Connell’s Cork restaurant

The owner of the high-profile Ivory Tower had been ignoring a closure order from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland – so the authority took him to court today.

# high-court - Monday 5 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Assange wins right to further appeal extradition to Sweden Assange

Assange wins right to further appeal extradition to Sweden

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can appeal his extradition to Sweden over sex crimes allegations.

# high-court - Saturday 26 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ reshuffle sees Miriam’s husband heading up current affairs RTÉ

RTÉ reshuffle sees Miriam’s husband heading up current affairs

Steve Carson will act as editor of current affairs at the national broadcaster while inquiries into a Prime Time Investigates programme are carried out.

# high-court - Thursday 24 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Priory Hall residents concerned over Supreme Court appeal Priory Hall

Priory Hall residents concerned over Supreme Court appeal

Evacuees are worried that if Dublin City Council’s appeal is successful, they will be forced further into financial strife – and may even have to default on their mortgages.

# high-court - Tuesday 22 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Court to rule on whether Anglo can still sue bankrupt Quinn Courts

Court to rule on whether Anglo can still sue bankrupt Quinn

The Commercial Court will decide tomorrow on whether IBRC, formerly known as Anglo, can still seek a judgment against Sean Quinn.

# high-court - Sunday 20 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Occupy Dame Street protesters warned of legal action Occupy Dame Street

Occupy Dame Street protesters warned of legal action

The protest group says they have been advised that the Central Bank will seek a High Court injunction against their encampment tomorrow.

# high-court - Thursday 17 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ apology to priest in High Court “a wake-up call” Courts

RTÉ apology to priest in High Court “a wake-up call”

Association of Catholic Priests founder calls Prime Time Investigates accusations against Fr Kevin Reynolds “vile and appalling” as RTÉ apologises and pays undisclosed damages.

# high-court - Friday 11 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie City council to appeal Priory Hall court order Courts

City council to appeal Priory Hall court order

Dublin City Council is to appeal an order forcing it to pay for alternative accommodation for the residents of the Priory Hall complex.

# high-court - Tuesday 8 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie English High Court rules Church can be sued for priests’ abuse Clerical Abuse

English High Court rules Church can be sued for priests’ abuse

The court has ruled that the Catholic Church is responsible for its priests – allowing it to be sued over sexual abuse.

# high-court - Monday 7 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Rock Bingo owner tells of heartbreak after shutdown Cork

Rock Bingo owner tells of heartbreak after shutdown

The Rock Bingo hall was closed last week after gardaí searched the premises under the Gaming and Lotteries Act. Its owner, James Barber, said the company have done nothing wrong.

# high-court - Friday 4 November, 2011

From Business ETC Ryanair welcomes High Court decision Ryanair

Ryanair welcomes High Court decision

The company had been brought to court by Ticket Generator, which sells tickets for Stansted and Heathrow Express trains at Dublin airport.

# high-court - Wednesday 2 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Questions over future of WikiLeaks as Assange awaits extradition ruling Assange

Questions over future of WikiLeaks as Assange awaits extradition ruling

Julian Assange is awaiting the British High Court’s ruling on Sweden’s request to extradite him over sexual assault allegations.

# high-court - Friday 21 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Displaced Priory Hall children will be bussed to old schools Priory Hall

Displaced Priory Hall children will be bussed to old schools

Funding has been provided for a school bus to bring the children from their temporary accommodation.

# high-court - Tuesday 18 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Priory Hall developers told to hand over passports Priory Hall

Priory Hall developers told to hand over passports

The developers said they did not have the resources to cover the cost of alternative accommodation for residents of Priory Hall – who are being evacuated from their homes over grave fire safety concerns.

# high-court - Monday 17 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Dale Farm Travellers denied leave to appeal halting site eviction Dale Farm

Dale Farm Travellers denied leave to appeal halting site eviction

The residents of Dale Farm admit their legal battles have run out – but say they will still physically resist their eviction.

# high-court - Friday 14 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Judges to lose the wigs from today Wig Out

Judges to lose the wigs from today

Starting this morning, judges will no longer be required to wear horsehair wigs – a tradition dating back to 1660 – in court.

# high-court - Thursday 13 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Alan Shatter hits out at media coverage of judges’ appointments Courts

Alan Shatter hits out at media coverage of judges’ appointments

The justice minister said negative stories risk discouraging people from taking important public-sector positions.

# high-court - Wednesday 12 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Dale Farm travellers lose court challenge against eviction Dale Farm

Dale Farm travellers lose court challenge against eviction

The High Court in London rules that Basildon council has the right to evict travellers from the Dale Farm halting side.

# high-court - Monday 10 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie TD Wallace ordered to repay €19m in bank loans Courts

TD Wallace ordered to repay €19m in bank loans

ACC Bank wins a summary judgment against Mick Wallace over personal guarantees he gave for five business loans.

# high-court - Friday 7 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie State given three weeks to file defence in review of college grants Courts

State given three weeks to file defence in review of college grants

The Union of Students in Ireland is seeking a judicial review into changes of the third-level grants system.

# high-court - Tuesday 4 October, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Court told Quinn Insurance will need €738m from State fund Courts

Court told Quinn Insurance will need €738m from State fund

Administrators for Quinn Insurance tell the High Court that the company will need €738m to remain a viable concern.

# high-court - Friday 23 September, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Need for discussions between hospitals and Jehovah’s Witness patients Blood Transfusion

Need for discussions between hospitals and Jehovah’s Witness patients

An Irish court has granted an order allowing The Coombe Hospital to give a blood transfusion to a baby despite the objections of her parents, who are Jehovah’s Witnesses.

# high-court - Monday 12 September, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Government publishes wording of Abbeylara referendum Referendum

Government publishes wording of Abbeylara referendum

The government has only published a draft version today – but the Bill needs passing in ten days if the ballot is to be held in time.

# high-court - Wednesday 7 September, 2011

From TheJournal.ie 9 killed, and 45 wounded, after New Delhi court blast India

9 killed, and 45 wounded, after New Delhi court blast

A suitcase bomb detonates in a crowded waiting area outside the local High Court,

# high-court - Tuesday 6 September, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Retired judge to oversee referendum on judges’ pay Judicial Pay

Retired judge to oversee referendum on judges’ pay

Bryan MacMahon, formerly of the High Court, will chair the Referendum Commission overseeing next month’s referendum.

# high-court - Monday 22 August, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Court grants order blocking sacking of Brown Thomas worker Courts

Court grants order blocking sacking of Brown Thomas worker

A member of staff wins a High Court order stopping Brown Thomas from terminating her employment.

# high-court - Friday 29 July, 2011

From Business ETC Poll: Should there be mandatory Sunday premium pay? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should there be mandatory Sunday premium pay?

It has been announced that Joint Labour Committees will no longer be able to force employers to pay Sunday premiums to certain sectors of workers…

# high-court - Thursday 28 July, 2011

From Business ETC Seven Joint Labour Committees to be abolished JLCs

Seven Joint Labour Committees to be abolished

Only 6 out of the 13 current JLCs will survive – and while they “recognise” the “special position” of Sunday working, they can no longer set premium rates for it.

# high-court - Tuesday 26 July, 2011

From Business ETC High Court grants permission to force through taxpayer’s IL&P injection Courts

High Court grants permission to force through taxpayer’s IL&P injection

The Minister for Finance is granted a court order to inject €4bn of public funds into Irish Life & Permanent.

# high-court - Monday 25 July, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Legal loophole could strike out many repossession orders Repossession

Legal loophole could strike out many repossession orders

Some mortgage holders who have fallen into arrears may not have to face the prospect of losing their home following the identification of a loophole by the advocacy group New Beginning.

# high-court - Saturday 23 July, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Could two Mayo publicans have exposed a gaping hole in Ireland’s legal system? Courts

Could two Mayo publicans have exposed a gaping hole in Ireland’s legal system?

Two Claremorris publicans escaped punishment for having punters on their premises after hours. But how?

# high-court - Monday 18 July, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Take 5: Monday Take 5

Take 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock

From TheJournal.ie Students launch High Court challenge against ‘savage’ cuts to grants Courts

Students launch High Court challenge against ‘savage’ cuts to grants

The Union of Students in Ireland says students could not have expected grants to be slashed by up to 60 per cent.

# high-court - Thursday 14 July, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Drugs are up, divorce is down – the Irish courts in numbers Courts

Drugs are up, divorce is down – the Irish courts in numbers

The Courts Service report for 2010 reveals that there has been an increase in drugs offences at the Circuit Criminal Court, an increase in child custody and access applications, and a decrease in separation and divorce.

# high-court - Tuesday 12 July, 2011

From TheJournal.ie High Court refuses Cosgrave access to documents High Court

High Court refuses Cosgrave access to documents

Former TD Liam Cosgrave is charged with receiving corrupt payments.

From TheJournal.ie Assange extradition hearing begins today Court

Assange extradition hearing begins today

The 40-year-old Wikileaks editor in chief faces extradition to Sweden for questioning about sexual assault and rape allegations.

# high-court - Thursday 7 July, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Take 5: Thursday Take 5

Take 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.