The Supreme Court has upheld an order requiring developer Gerry Gannon to pay an investment company €320,667 damages over his failure to complete the purchase of a lease for a building next door to his Dublin 4 headquarters.
Tue, 21 Nov, 2017
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has no plans to meet with TDs who have openly criticised his failure to promote a number of women to senior positions, despite three colleagues lashing out at his decision in recent days.
Mon, 26 Jun, 2017
During the 2011 Ryder Cup in Medina Golf Club, Chicago, television cameras captured Rory McIllroy as he looked into a cloudless sky to see ‘GO RORY!’ being spelt out by a plane emitting puffs of smoke from its bowels. He stopped, took out his phone and took a photo.
Mon, 13 Jan, 2014
Seán Hehir and Maria McCambridge capitalised on the domestic entry at the 34th Airtricity Dublin Marathon yesterday to become the first joint Irish winners since 1993 in two exciting duels that ebbed and flowed as record numbers took to the streets for the classic distance.
Tue, 29 Oct, 2013
WE were all new to this country once. My people sailed into Cobh and built their churches on the hills of Cork. There weren’t too many Congregationalists round the city in the early years of the last century, but my grandfather integrated quickly.
Thu, 19 Sep, 2013
Novelist Roddy Doyle has been ordered by a High Court judge to provide a sworn statement that he only has one version of a play he allegedly co-wrote with a man who is suing him and the Abbey Theatre in a row over alleged copyright infringement.
Tue, 04 Dec, 2012