High Court

Judicial reviews against South Kerry Greenway dismissed

Judicial reviews against South Kerry Greenway dismissed

The High Court has today (Monday, July 12) dismissed the judicial reviews brought against the South Kerry Greenway. The judicial...

July 12, 2021

Cheese plant ‘should be built without further delay’

Cheese plant ‘should be built without further delay’

The proposed cheese plant at Glanbia Ireland’s Belview premises “should be built without any further delay”, according to farming organisations...

July 2, 2021

Glanbia lauds High Court outcome on Belview plant

Glanbia lauds High Court outcome on Belview plant

Glanbia Ireland has welcomed the High Court outcome on An Taisce’s application for Leave to Appeal the recent High Court...

July 2, 2021

Belview plant: An Taisce’s application to appeal dismissed

Belview plant: An Taisce’s application to appeal dismissed

A High Court judge has dismissed An Taisce’s leave to appeal an application in relation to the granting of planning...

July 2, 2021

High Court case over ban on live exports to Africa ‘compromised’

High Court case over ban on live exports to Africa ‘compromised’

By Aodhan O’Faolain A High Court challenge against a government decision to ban all transport of livestock to North African...

June 16, 2021

Lidl on IFA court case: ‘We look forward to a full hearing’

Lidl on IFA court case: ‘We look forward to a full hearing’

Lidl has outlined its determination to protect its reputation at all costs, adding that it looks forward to a “full...

June 4, 2021

High Court rules in favour of IFA in case taken by Lidl over milk labelling

High Court rules in favour of IFA in case taken by Lidl over milk labelling

A High Court judge has ruled in favour of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) in a case taken by Lidl...

June 4, 2021

High court challenge to livestock export ban adjourned for a fortnight

High court challenge to livestock export ban adjourned for a fortnight

By Aodhan O’Faolain A High Court challenge has been launched against a government decision to ban all transport of livestock...

June 2, 2021

An Taisce appeal is ‘impossible to comprehend’ – Cahill

An Taisce appeal is ‘impossible to comprehend’ – Cahill

Environmental group An Taisce has come in for strong criticism after it announced yesterday (Friday, May 7) that it would...

May 8, 2021

Former CEO of Bóthar admits to misappropriation of charity funds

Former CEO of Bóthar admits to misappropriation of charity funds

By Aodhan O’Faolain A former CEO of the well-known charity Bóthar, David Moloney, has admitted to misappropriating large amounts of...

April 27, 2021

Glanbia gets green light to progress with €140m cheese plant

Glanbia gets green light to progress with €140m cheese plant

Glanbia Ireland has been given the green light to progress with its cheese manufacturing facility at its Belview site in...

April 20, 2021

‘Legal body blow’ for hare coursing as ICC loses High Court challenge

‘Legal body blow’ for hare coursing as ICC loses High Court challenge

The Irish Coursing Club (ICC) has today (Monday, January 25) lost its High Court challenge against the government decision to...

January 25, 2021

ICC brings High Court challenge against government decision to exclude coursing in Level 5

ICC brings High Court challenge against government decision to exclude coursing in Level 5

The Irish Coursing Club (ICC) has brought a High Court challenge against the government decision to exclude coursing from being...

January 5, 2021

Game councils go to High Court to challenge lockdown shooting ban

Game councils go to High Court to challenge lockdown shooting ban

An application has been made to the High Court for leave to apply for judicial review in relation to the...

November 11, 2020

Application to jail protesters at meat plants struck out after agreement reached

Application to jail protesters at meat plants struck out after agreement reached

Aodhan O’Faolain High Court proceedings that could have resulted in the imprisonment of persons protesting outside two beef processing plants...

September 6, 2019

Dawn Meats set to serve committal orders to 18 protesters

Dawn Meats set to serve committal orders to 18 protesters

By Aodhan O’Faolain Dawn Meats has been granted permission by the High Court to serve copies of motions seeking to...

September 4, 2019

Kepak secures permanent injunctions against protesters

Kepak secures permanent injunctions against protesters

Meat processor Kepak has secured High Court injunctions prohibiting named protesters from engaging in blockades outside a number of its...

September 3, 2019

Peace in High Court action involving protesters and meat plants

Peace in High Court action involving protesters and meat plants

By Aodhan O’Faolain Peace has broken out at all Dawn Meats factories affected by the beef price blockade after the...

August 30, 2019