The bank can sell the couple’s house even though the husband is not in debt, the Supreme Court has ruled
A bank can sell a couple’s north Dublin home despite not charging a fee for the husband’s 50 per cent interest in the property, the High Court has ruled.
GSOC to investigate how violent criminals were granted bail before murdering Wexford’s mother, Sharon Bennett
The Garda Ombudsman (GSOC) will conduct a full inquiry into the circumstances in which a man with a history of violent assault was granted ward bail before he viciously murdered a Wexford mother of two.
Ronan O’Gara handed 10-week ban and €15,000 fine by French authorities for ‘making comments to a match official’
The La Rochelle manager will be suspended from all of his team’s Heineken Champions Cup pool games, including those against Ulster, after being accused of an “assault on rugby’s best interests”.
Dublin rapper paid just €1,900 out of maximum €120,000 in attempted claims in five bike accidents
A professional rapper who has had five accidents with her bike while cycling in Dublin was awarded minimal personal injury damages of €1,900 in two lawsuits for up to €120,000 against motorists on Wednesday.
People could have up to 7g of cannabis without fear of prosecution – new law is set to be brought before the Dáil
People Before Profit TD Gino Kenny is set to release new legislation Thursday working towards the decriminalization of cannabis.
WATCH: Video shows a teenager ‘scurrying’ in the back of a bus in Dublin.
Al Porter wants to make a comeback after five years without the public spotlight
Comedian Al Porter will make his first comeback tonight after disappearing from public view five years ago.
A woman who was attacked by a roommate thought she might be killed during the brutal attack
A man who slammed a door in his roommate’s hand has been sentenced to two years in prison. The door was damaged in the attack by 25-year-old Charlie Hollwill, the district court has been told.
Pictured: man caught with six fake passports, ATM card cloning machine and 17 magnetic strips
A man caught with six false passports, an ATM card cloning machine and 17 magnetic strips has been sentenced to two years in prison.
Yellow wind warning for four counties with the forecast “very strong gusts and wave overflow”.
A status yellow wind warning was issued for four counties along the south coast as of tomorrow morning.
‘We’ve had to wait so long’ – Junior Cycle students finally get exam results
Junior cycle students breathed a sigh of relief as they collected their much-delayed exam results today, and many recalled how Covid made their learning and studying that much more difficult.
Late Late Toy Show fan surprised by Ryan Tubridy and Picture This in hospital
A late-late toy show fan who is currently in hospital has received a special visit from RTÉ’s Ryan Tubridy and her favorite Irish band Picture This.
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