Person: Michael Howard
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Cork City defender Johnny Dunleavy is closing on a return to action and is expected to be back in full training with the club in the next fortnight.
Wed, 28 Mar, 2018
If there’s not something in the water down in Cork, then it must be in the food.
Thu, 22 Feb, 2018
Cork City boss John Caulfield believes League of Ireland suspension rules need to be changed in the wake of Graham Cummins controversial weekend sending off.
Wed, 21 Feb, 2018
Hard-line Brexiteers have warned British prime minister, Theresa May, that she could be ousted from office if she backs down on key issues at today’s deal-breaking talks in Brussels.
Mon, 04 Dec, 2017
The Garda Ombudsman has been asked to investigate suspected fraudulent activity involving a secret bank account held in the name of former gardaí.
Wed, 21 Jun, 2017
Senior gardaí told the Public Accounts Committee that the controversial redistribution and investment of funds at the Garda College was done with the aim of developing facilities at the Templemore training campus.
Thu, 15 Jun, 2017
As the dust settles on Wednesday’s Public Accounts Committee hearing into Templemore College, what are the issues facing Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan when she appears before it again on June 14?
Fri, 02 Jun, 2017
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.
Thu, 01 Jun, 2017
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.
Fri, 26 May, 2017
The whistleblower who revealed the Garda college financial scandal has alleged he was met with a “deafening silence” by senior officials after raising the scale of the escalating controversy.
Wed, 10 May, 2017
Leicester City’s fans showed that English hooliganism hasn’t gone away. Which is worrying what with the World Cup in Russia coming up next year, writes.
Mon, 17 Apr, 2017
Tue, 02 Aug, 2016
Tue, 28 Jun, 2016
Thu, 17 Dec, 2015
Tue, 24 Nov, 2015
A High Court judge yesterday urged all those involved in legal actions over alleged defective DePuy hip implants to find innovative ways to resolve the cases rather than clog up High Court lists.
Fri, 30 Oct, 2015
A soldier considered too fat and unfit to serve has been given leave of the High Court to legally challenge a decision of the defence minister not to allow him extend his military service.
Fri, 28 Aug, 2015
Roy Keane has gone to court in a row over the use of his face in a mocked-up image of Braveheart as part of bookmaker Paddy Power’s advertising.
Tue, 21 Jul, 2015
Eason, the books and stationary store at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, owes its landlord €423,000 in rent arrears, the Circuit Civil Court heard yesterday.
Tue, 27 Jan, 2015
Kerry Group has gone to the commercial court in a row over the children’s lunchbox treat Cheestrings.
Tue, 02 Dec, 2014
Dunnes Stores has insisted it has broken no laws in relation to how it ran a price-advertising campaign in its stores.
Thu, 16 Oct, 2014
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.
Wed, 15 Oct, 2014
An important dispute over whether internet hosting sites have immunity from defamation litigation is to be thrashed out before the Supreme Court.
Fri, 04 Apr, 2014
British prime minister David Cameron has said he is “profoundly shocked” by allegations against a senior Downing Street aide involving child abuse images.
Wed, 05 Mar, 2014
Investor Paddy McKillen is being “coy” as to whether he has bid for some of his own loans, which he is seeking to prevent being sold to the billionaire Barclay brothers, the High Court heard yesterday.
Fri, 31 Jan, 2014
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.
Sat, 23 Nov, 2013
An 80-year-old man told the High Court he felt he had won the Lotto and lost the ticket after reading his millionaire sister’s will.
Tue, 27 Aug, 2013
Nama has gone to court seeking orders removing the widow of developer Liam Maye as executor of his estate and replacing her with an administrator chosen by it or the court.
Tue, 23 Jul, 2013
A dispute arising over Bank of Scotland plc’s sale to a hedge fund loans of €67m owed to it by a shipping firm here employing more than 300 people has been settled.
Fri, 21 Jun, 2013
A retired Dublin property investor and his wife are suing AIB over the alleged misselling to them of financial derivatives in notional amounts of about €45m.
Tue, 23 Apr, 2013
Margaret Thatcher died this morning following a stroke, her spokesman Lord Bell said.
Mon, 08 Apr, 2013
The owners of Belgard Retail Park in Dublin have sued Ulster Bank Ireland over the alleged mis-selling of derivative loan facilities or swaps totalling almost €54m.
Tue, 29 Jan, 2013
Three former senior executives with Goodbody Stockbrokers will not disclose confidential information obtained by them in their old jobs to their new employer, investment managers Tilman Brewin Dolphin Ltd, the High Court has been told.
Sat, 08 Sep, 2012
President Michael D Higgins has led tributes to folk musician Barney McKenna, the last surviving member of The Dubliners, who died yesterday aged 72.
Fri, 06 Apr, 2012
President Michael D Higgins has led tributes to folk musician Barney McKenna, the last surviving member of The Dubliners, who has died, aged 72.
Thu, 05 Apr, 2012
SOMETIMES sorry is insufficient. An apology has to be accepted to be complete.
Thu, 08 Mar, 2012
UP to 260 widows of soldiers who fought during the War of Independence are continuing to receive army pensions.
Fri, 14 Oct, 2011
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.
Tue, 22 Mar, 2011
ALLIED Irish Banks is suing two related international companies claiming some €84 million spent by it on a new retail banking software system was “wasted expenditure”.
Tue, 01 Feb, 2011
A TORY peer criticised the Government’s child benefit cuts yesterday — saying they gave the poor more incentive to have children than the better-off.
Fri, 26 Nov, 2010
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.
Wed, 13 Oct, 2010
A BRITISH spy found murdered in his flat might have lain undiscovered for up to two weeks.
Thu, 26 Aug, 2010