Wed, 09 Dec, 2015
Property developers named at the tribunal — such as the Bailey brothers, found guilty by Flood of a litany of tax evasions and obstructions, in addition to making corrupt payments — continued to bank tens of millions of euro in profits each year.
Fri, 31 Oct, 2008
LISTENING to some of the attacks on Mr Justice Alan Mahon over his handling of Tom Gilmartin reminds me of the story of Friedrich Riesfeldt, 46, of Paderborn, Germany, a highly conscientious zookeeper who cared passionately about his animals.
Sat, 30 Jun, 2007
WHILE it's some consolation to the public that Ray Burke won't be admiring the north Dublin trees for a few months, the fact remains that he'll make more money than most of us during his sojourn in Arbour Hill prison for tax offences.
Fri, 28 Jan, 2005
GEORGE REDMOND, who is serving a 12-month prison sentence on corruption charges, could face further criminal prosecutions for the same offence after the latest interim report by the Planning Tribunal found he had received bribes from two businessmen in the late 1980s.
Thu, 22 Jan, 2004