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High Court told that John Delaney bid for court proceedings to be held in private is 'very draconian'
Delaney’s legal team has said that the potential dissemination of legal documents is “a matter of enormous concern” to him.
It doesn't deal with complaints, so what does the Policing Authority do?
Garda Commissioner Noírín O’Sullivan is before the authority today – but she won’t be asked about those transcripts.
How to end the Dáil's never-ending Punch & Judy Show ... Should we ban cameras?
This recently-elected TD thinks it might be a good idea…
Witness protection man suing State wants public hearings - judge says no
David Mooney gave evidence in open court in the trial of two men associated with organised crime in 2003.
Column: Behind the veil – a new era has begun for family courts
The easing of the in camera rule in Irish family courts will see many social issues come to light – many of which may have been hidden behind from the public for generations, writes Katherine Irwin.
Family law and child care court cases can now be reported, but under strict conditions
The changes to the in camera rule mean that under certain circumstances cases can be reported.
Closed courtrooms only protect bad judges and lawyers, says Judge Judy
Yes, Judge Judy is in Dublin.
Column: Decisions in the family courts will be open to scrutiny now the veil has been lifted
Until now, family court proceedings have been heard ‘in camera’ but new legislation will bring more transparency – and more confidence – to the system, writes solicitor Emma Heron.
Maximum payouts to double in District and Circuit Courts under new legislation
The Courts Bill 2013 also aims to alter the in camera rule as it relates to family law and child care proceedings.
Children's Ombudsman criticises application of 'in camera' rule on child cases
Emily Logan also said her office met with “resistance” when investigating children in care.
At last! Wembley to host goal-line technology trial
FIFA will test out the Hawk-Eye system during England’s friendly international with Belgium on 2 June.
Here’s 11 of our favourite pictures from the past 7 days
Say cheese! Here’s how another busy week of sport looked through a lens.