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High Court rules that environmental campaigner does not have the necessary standing 
Welink involved in dispute with renewable energy investor over alleged €1.2 million debt 
 
A company involved in the renewable energy sector has secured a temporary High Court order preventing another business bringing a petition to have it wound up over a disputed €1.2 million debt. 
High Court heard child was on school tour when accident happened 
 
A schoolgirl who fractured her ankle as she jumped off a trampoline has settled her High Court action for €35,000. 
The only feature of support missing in Court 28 of the Circuit Civil Court on Friday when Mr Justice Ray Groarke handed over the presidency of the court to Ms Justice Patricia Ryan was a Mexican Wave. 
 
When barrister Paul O’Neill completed tributes to Mr Groarke on behalf of the Bar Council he said it was traditional that such speeches ended with a prayer and a hymn. 
Football Association Premier League granted Ireland’s first ever order compelling ISPs 
 
People who illegally stream live English Premier League football matches will find the service blocked when the season kicks off next month following a court order. 
Court heard child’s mother accepted buggy he was in never moved during incident 
 
A boy, who allegedly stopped talking and would not let his mother get on a bus after a minor accident when he was a baby, has lost a €15,000 damages claim against Dublin Bus. 
Newspaper article said Swan Bar on Aungier Street had been closed down and was for sale 
 
The owners of the Swan Bar on Dublin’s Aungier Street have settled their High Court action alleging defamation in a newspaper article. 
Minister had challenged District Court decision to strike out charges 
 
The High Court has dismissed a Ministerial challenge over a District Court judge’s decision striking out charges linked to redundancies at Clerys department store in Dublin. 
Research indicates rises in rent pressure zones would be 3% higher in absence of restrictions 
Boy will need transplant due to damage arising from father’s ‘blind spot’ on treatment 
 
A child has suffered irreversible kidney damage and will suffer more unless he undergoes surgery his parents object to because they do not accept his diagnosis, a consultant paediatrician surgeon has told the High Court. 
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