Couple give undertaking to meet their monthly mortgage repayments 
Child was due to start at primary school close to father’s home 
A special vacation sitting of the Circuit Court in Dublin has heard family law applications concerning children and the new school year. 
New divisions will be run by a chief superintendent with greater independence 
Radical new plans for An Garda Síochána will create new autonomous areas of policing across the Republic, each run by a chief superintendent with more independence than ever from Garda Headquarters. 
A Pakistani man who is planning to marry his French girlfriend next month has been granted an injunction against the Minister for Justice restraining his deportation. 
However airline loses in its court attempt to block strike by UK pilots 
Ryanair has welcomed the High Court injunction stopping its Irish-based pilots from going on strike later this week. 
Targets of ‘smishing’ scheme receive SMS appearing to be from their bank 
Gardaí are warning the public about an ongoing text message scam known as “smishing”, which seeks to gather a person’s bank account information. 
Try out the key and view property in person before transferring money, students told 
Accommodation-hunting students must insist on viewing properties in person, and on trying out front-door keys to ensure they work, before paying rent or a deposit, the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has warned. 
Judge first seeks clarification around discrepancies on musical director’s inheritance 
A High Court judge has said he would approve a debt write-off of about €3 million for musical director Frank McNamara and his wife Theresa Lowe, the former RTÉ presenter. 
Attorney General and Minister for Justice had already raised concerns about the plans 
Proposals by Minister for Transport Shane Ross for graduated speeding penalties are unworkable in their current form, legal experts believe. 
Court heard woman has already been sent to prison for publishing material online 
A High Court judge has warned a woman that she could end up back in prison unless she stops posting information about childcare proceedings involving her son on social media. 
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