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15 October 2018 16:50 Court to hear allegations of human trafficking and labour exploitation on Irish fishing fleet

A case centred on alleged human trafficking and labour exploitation on the Irish fishing fleet is due before the High Court next month. The International Transport Worker’s Federation (ITF) has brought proceedings seeking an immediate moratorium on the grant or renewal of work permits under the permit scheme for non-EU fishing industry workers. The Federation

15 October 2018 14:12 Mother challenges exclusion of autistic boy, 16, from west of Ireland school

Permission has been granted by the High Court to the mother of a 16-year-old boy with autism to challenge his exclusion from a school following an alleged failure to carry out a proper assessment of him after he was first admitted to the school. The boy, who cannot be named, was admitted to the private school in the west of Ireland as a boarder at a time when he was also suffering

15 October 2018 13:53 British soldier was part of people-trafficking ring, court told

A serving soldier was part of a ring of smugglers trafficking illegal immigrants from the Calais Jungle into the UK, a court has heard. David Plumstead, 24, who was based at Barker Barracks in Paderborn, Germany, allegedly tried to help a fellow soldier in the Princess of Wales Regiment transport two migrants through the Channel Tunnel for a fee of £5,000 each. He is on trial

12 October 2018 18:28 Revenue seizes €2.2 million worth of drugs at Dublin Airport and Rosslare Port

Two men have been arrested in connection with the two separate incidents. €2.2 MILLION EURO worth of heroin and cannabis has been seized by revenue in recent days as part of two separate operations. In the first case, Revenue officers seized 13kgs of suspected heroin with an estimated street value of €1.8 million at Dublin Airport. The drugs had been concealed

12 October 2018 12:51 Sean Cox's brother knew something wasn't right moments before attack, court hears

Sean Cox’s brother has told a UK court that he sensed something was not right just moments before his brother was attacked outside Anfield. Roma fan Filippo Lombardi denies assaulting the father-of-three ahead of the Italian club's Champions League game against Liverpool last April. Martin Cox told Preston Crown Court he was delighted when his boss offered

11 October 2018 19:59 Israeli court orders New Zealand women to pay damages over axed Lorde show

Two New Zealand women have been ordered to pay more than $12,000 (£9,000) in damages for allegedly helping persuade the pop singer Lorde to cancel a performance in Israel. An Israeli court made the ruling under a law that allows civil lawsuits against anyone who calls for a boycott against the country. The ruling is believed to be the first time the 2011 law has been applied

11 October 2018 06:21 Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash film can be released following court ruling

A New York federal appeals court says a new Lynyrd Skynyrd film can be released despite a dispute over the band’s intentions not to profit over the plane crash that killed its founding members. The case involves a movie called Street Survivors: The True Story Of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash. A lower court judge decided previously the film violated

10 October 2018 17:31 Ex-player ‘relieved’ to leave club, sex abuse trial of former youth coach told

Celtic FC’s head of recruitment has told the sex abuse trial of a former Crewe Alexandra youth coach he was “relieved” to leave the club because it was not a “healthy” environment. Lee Congerton, 45, said while he was a player for Crewe Alexandra’s youth team in the late 1980s he had stayed over at the house of coach Paul McCann, 57, who is accused of indecently

10 October 2018 14:37 Rangers and Sports Direct back at High Court over merchandise deal

Bosses at Rangers Football Club are embroiled in a fresh merchandise deal row with Sports Direct and Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley, less than three months after a High Court judge said both sides should “try to make peace”. In a High Court hearing in London in late July, Mr Justice Phillips was told a dispute over the terms of the deal had been settled

10 October 2018 07:30 Thousands of students to receive Leaving Cert results upgrade

Students who appealed exam results in this years Leaving Certificate can find out their new marks today. Thousands of students will be able to access their results from midday. It comes as the State Examinations Commission confirms it is to review the appeal timelines in the wake of a High Court Ruling. Around 57,000 students received their Leaving Cert results