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'I did what I thought was right at Shannon Airport,' says Mick Wallace
Clare Daly and Mick Wallace were giving evidence in court today.
Solicitor barricades himself inside Killiney mansion
The case has been put back in the High Court until tomorrow afternoon.
Ryanair says beware of 'screenscraper' websites that use its name to sell flights
The airline has won a case against a site that used its URL.
Case of clinically dead pregnant woman back in the High Court today
Her family want to turn the woman’s life support off. Doctors said they were unsure whether they could, because of the 8th Amendment.
Will this Spanish princess face trial? She's pleading not guilty in a major fraud case
Cristina de Bourbon has been charged, alongside 16 others including her husband, of siphoning off public funds worth €6.1 million.
Funeral of Hassan Khan takes place in Dublin
The two-year-old boy was found dead in an apartment in Ballybrack.
Works to continue on Kilkenny bridges ahead of October court date
The case will be heard again in court on 20 October.
Mother of killed James Foley felt like "annoyance" to US government
Diane Foley said her family was warned it would be charged if it tried to raise ransom money to free James.
Kilkenny bridge controversy due back before court on Wednesday
The bridge at Green’s Bridge has been the site of protests in recent months.
Google could be in hot water with Europe again, this time with Android
The European Commission is putting together an antitrust case which will investigate whether Google has made manufacturers promote its own services on Android.
Cost order to challengers of Children's Referendum could be breach of rights
Mattie McGrath said any such order will deter any future petitioners taking cases against authorities.
High Court ruling may result in the dismissal of many speeding cases
Justice Kearns said it is ‘insufficient’ for the gardaí to state that it is ‘normal or usually the case’ that the photographic record is included with the summons.
Former Anglo boss David Drumm facing fraud allegations in Boston court today
The allegations relate to the alleged concealment of money and assets in the run up to his filing for bankruptcy in the US.
Apple faces ebook trial in July after US judge denies bid to postpone it
Apple will now face a trial in July after it was accused of conspiring with publishers to raise ebook prices and impede competitors like Amazon.
One year on, police appeal for information about murder of pizza delivery man
Kieran McManus, who was 26, was shot dead in Belfast in what police have described as a brutal and ruthless attack.
The State has paid all damages and costs awarded to Louise O'Keeffe
The European Court of Human Rights ruled that the State was responsible for the abuse the woman experience while in school.
Fifth bird flu case reported in Hong Kong
A 65-year-old man was hospitalised after developing a fever and a cough.
Extra court sittings to tackle seriously ill judge's backlog
The Chief Justice said the judge will “probably require a lengthy period of convalescence following on his illness”.
France recalls contaminated baby IV nutrient bags after three deaths
The parents of the newborns have filed criminal complaints.
Man convicted in relation to deaths of immigrants on their way to Ireland freed on technicality
The man convicted for attempting to traffic adults and children to Ireland has been released because court documents went missing.
British couple jailed for rape and trafficking of deaf girl
The girl, who could not speak, was trafficked from Pakistan to work as a servant.
Two gardaí arrested in suspected fraud case are released
However, a third person was arrested in Dublin last night in connection with the case.
Pregnant woman’s home birth application case denied
Aja Teehan was a judicial review over a decision from the HSE on her application for a home birth – the High Court has found against her.
Pregnant woman takes home birth case to High Court
Aja Teehan will hear today whether her judicial review case against the HSE is successful.
HSE: No 'on-going' CJD risk in Beaumont Hospital
It also said that a review has been undertaken to determine what, if any, risk may exist for other patients.
Philpotts to be sentenced today over killing of six children
Mick and Mairead Philpott were found guilty of six counts of manslaughter after the children died in a house fire.
Italy court orders retrial for Amanda Knox
Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were acquitted on appeal in 2011 for the killing of Meredith Kercher – but now face a retrial.
Pistorius plans his own service for Reeva Steenkamp
Exactly a week ago, a memorial service was held for Steenkamp in the southern coast city of Port Elizabeth.
Victims launch legal action against BBC and Jimmy Savile's estate
Lawyers for 31 of the alleged victims of sexual abuse say they have taken the first steps in what could be a major legal action.
India gang-rape victim's companion to testify today
The 28-year-old arrived in court in a wheelchair and is expected to be the first prosecution witness to testify.
1982: Women’s bodies used to sell ‘everything from cars to chocolate bars’
A campaign dedicated to eliminating the degrading treatment of women in advertising wrote to the Taoiseach in 1982 to highlight the ‘continual humiliation’ of women in the media.
Govt to give Council of Europe 'action plan' on abortion report by 30 Nov
The Department of Health said the government still intends to bring the report to Cabinet on Tuesday.
Wexford General Hospital spends €1.4 million on one legal case
The fees are for one ongoing employment case and have to be covered by the hospital’s budget.
Judges 'need guidelines' for sexual assault sentencing
The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre said today that giving a man found guilty of sexual assault a fine and a suspended sentence “doesn’t give out a good message”.
Michaela McAreavey trial: Prime suspect ‘only confessed because of police torture’
Avinash Treebhoowon said he had “never seen, never talked to, and never knew” Tyrone teacher Michaela McAreavey.
Accused in Michaela trial breaks down giving evidence
Avinash Treebhoowon took to the witness stand for the first time today and told the court that he had been insulted, threatened and beaten by police officers.
Court rejects Assange bid to reopen case
The Wikileaks founder is now one step closer to being extradited to Sweden to face sex crime allegations.
Two charged in Galway publican murder case
Gardaí last night arrested two men in Cork over the murder of John Kenny, who was found dead at his family’s pub in Oughterard last September.
Joyce copyright lifted from tomorrow
The copyright on the works of James Joyce expires on 1 January 2012 – meaning that for the first time, his published and unpublished writings will be in the public domain.
Ian Bailey "not the only suspect" in Toscan du Plantier murder investigation
It has emerged that DPP documents name another man who has never been mentioned publicly in the garda investigation into the French woman’s death in Schull, Co Cork.