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Apple Athenry saga goes on as Supreme Court reserves judgement

The long running legal wrangling over planning permission for the Apple data centre in Athenry goes on as the Supreme Court declared yesterday that...

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.

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...

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....

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...

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...

Supreme Court holds Galway developer liable for €10 million in legal costs

The Supreme Court has decided that Galway developer Brian Cunningham is personally liable for €10 million in legal costs awarded to First Active plc...

Apple data centre Supreme Court case going ahead without Apple

The Supreme Court will continue to hear an appeal against planning permission for the Apple data centre in Athenry, even though Apple has abandoned...

Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court coming to Galway

DrFatou Bensouda, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, will deliver a public lecture during this year’s annual Summer School on the ICC at...

Court orders fresh hearing over Minister’s power to end VEC chief executive’s €12,000 allowance

The Supreme Court has ordered a fresh hearing to determine if the Minister of Education was acting within his powers when he ended a...

Apple Athenry data centre case is going back to the courts

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the latest appeal against planning approval for Apple's proposed €850 million data centre in Athenry. Chief Justice of...

Galway employers urged to help people with disabilities access the jobs market

Employers in Galway are being urged to think about how they can make access to jobs and workplace conditions fairer for people with disabilities. The...

NUIG wins Law School of the Year award

NUI Galway was named Law School of the Year at the prestigious Irish Law Awards last week. With a strong reputation for legal research and...

Apple Athenry data centre saga comes to end

The long running story of Apple's once planned €850 million data centre in Athenry has come to a conclusion as the Supreme Court has...

NUI Galway plans week of events for International Women’s Day

NUI Galway is hosting a series of public events throughout this week to celebrate International Women's Day. International...

Making a Murderer lawyers coming to Galway on Irish tour

In what's sure to be one of the few times that a talk about law will draw a wide audience, two of the lawyers...

Massive blow to Athenry as Apple scraps plans for €850 million data centre

Apple has announced today that it will not be going ahead with plans for an €850 million data centre in Athenry due to planning...

Eighth Amendment has caused ‘appalling suffering’ – Galway TD

Catherine Connolly TD has said that the Eighth Amendment has caused 'appalling suffering to women and loss of life' in her speech on the...
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