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Ireland's longest-serving district court judge has sat in Dundalk Courthouse as a permanent judge for the last time, The Argus reports. Judge Flann Brennan, who was appointed as a judge in 1984 and permanently appointed to Dundalk in 1986, will now cover for judicial absences all over Ireland.

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Irish residential property prices rose by 10.7 per cent in the year to February 2017, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The annual increase, revealed in the latest monthly statistical bulletin, is the largest in almost two years and compares to an increase of 5.4 per cent in the year

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The King’s Inns Law Review (KILR) is currently accepting submissions of articles, case notes or commentaries for its seventh volume. A prize will be awarded for the best article published in Volume VII, which invites submissions until 1 June 2017 on topics that "in some way critically analyse wher

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Just 72 gardaí have been trained in the operation of new roadside drug-testing machines, The Irish Times reports. The drug driving provisions of the Road Traffic Act 2016 came into force shortly before the Easter bank holiday weekend.

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Cork commercial law firm O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors (OFX) has announced the appointment of Des Lynch and Tom O'Byrne as partners. Mr Lynch and Mr O'Byrne have been appointed to the private client team and litigation and dispute resolution team respectively.

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The first Irish legislation dealing with cybercrime was approved by Senators after its second stage debate in the Seanad yesterday. The Criminal Justice (Offences Relating to Information Systems) Bill 2016, which gives effect to EU directives and the Budapest Convention on cybercrime, will proceed t

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