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ISME calls on Galway workers to support campaign to back High Court challenge on pensions

The Irish SME Association (ISME) has started a campaign to raise funds for a legal initiative to create an equitable system for private sector...

High Court: Judicial Review granted of decision to deport Pakistani national

Earlier this month, the High Court granted a judicial review of a deportation order against a Pakistani national and the Court then decided that...

High Court appeal lodged in students’ discrimination case against NUIG

The religious discrimination case of the four Burke siblings against NUIG is headed to the High Court as individual notices of appeal seeking another...

High Court dismisses personal injury claim from minor accident

A personal injury claim that a minor accident caused life changing injuries has been dismissed by the High Court.Desmond McDonagh, from the Headford road,...

Galway solicitor struck off by High Court president for misconduct

The President of the High Court has struck off a solicitor who previously practiced from Tuam for professional misconduct after failing to comply with...

Galway fisherman loses High Court battle over prawn fishing quotas

A fisherman working out of Ros a Mhíl in Galway has lost a High Court battle over the closure of large parts of the...

High Court hears of brothers’ dispute over business in Galway Clinic

Brothers and fellow doctors James and Joseph Sheehan have seen a breakdown in their relationship over business disputes surrounding the Galway Clinic the High...

Galway construction company Glenman faces High Court action over alleged debt

The Galway based Glenman corporation could face a High Court case over an alleged debt of more than €160,000 to a subcontractor in Dublin,...

Man brought before court on rape charge

A man in his 20s faces trial for alleged rape and sexual assault of a person in Galway city in 2019.The man, who cannot...

Croí’s Courtyard Apartments revamped and ready to re-welcome families

Local charity Croí's Courtyard Apartments have been revamped and are ready to welcome families once again after money was raised by an agribusiness in...

High speed Halloween chase ends in prison for drunk driver

A high speed chase leading out of Galway City on Halloween ended with a drunk driver ditching the car he had taken, and trying...

Supreme Court rules marriage of convenience does not make a marriage legally null

The Supreme Court recently ruled that a 'marriage of convenience' does not make a marriage legally null and void, an important clarification in the...

Supreme Court rules against Denis O’Brien in Galway

Sitting in Galway today, the Supreme Court has ruled against Denis O'Brien's appeal over Dáil statements about his financial affairs.Denis O'Brien was appealing a...

Supreme Court sits in Galway for Apple Athenry case

The Supreme Court is sitting in Galway today, the first trip the highest court has made to Connacht and its first time outside of...

Supreme Court making legal history by sitting in Galway for the first time

The Supreme Court is making Irish legal history by making it first trip west by sitting at NUI Galway next month.This is the...

The Supreme Court is coming to Galway to hear Apple Athenry case

The Supreme Court will travel to Galway to hear the main body of the appeal in the ongoing Apple Athenry saga. An appeal against planning...

Woman with serious breast cancer gets urgent court hearing against HSE

A woman diagnosed with advanced breast cancer at University Hospital Galway has been granted an urgent court hearing against the Health Service Executive. The woman...

An Taisce secure Supreme Court order against Galway quarry

The Supreme court has granted An Taisce an order restraining the operation of McTigue Quarry in Galway after finding it to be unauthorised. However the...

Galway teacher loses Supreme Court fight over pension benefits

The Supreme Court has ruled that a teacher who worked at a pre-school for Traveller children for 20 years was not an employee of...

Supreme Court told planning law “radically misapplied” in Apple Athenry case

The law was "radically misapplied" by An Bord Pleanála when they gave the go ahead for Apple to build an €850 million date centre...

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