Two civilian members of the gardaí have directly contradicted formal evidence by Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan, insisting she knew about the Garda college financial scandal a month earlier than previously claimed.
The Public Accounts Committee, examining a series of financial scandals at the Templemore Garda College, are to grill eight civilian members of the force next week — without Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan being present.
Dunnes Stores head Margaret Heffernan ignored complaints by rival supermarket giant Aldi alleging her company was carrying on a misleading comparative advertising campaign in "flagrant" breach of the relevant laws, the Commercial Court has been told.
Ben Gilroy, a founder of the political movement Direct Democracy Ireland, has told the High Court he was “invited” onto stud farm lands in Kildare and had not acted in contempt of orders restraining interference with bank-appointed receivers to the lands.
THE Irish Mail on Sunday newspaper has claimed there is no evidence of any damage, loss or prejudice resulting from its publication of an alleged “fake” copy of the Sunday Tribune last month, just days after a receiver was appointed to it.
RYANAIR began legal proceedings in the High Court yesterday against a company which operates websites offering search and booking facilities for low-cost flights alleging “screen-scraping” of information from the airline’s websites for use on the other company’s sites.