Darragh Greene was in Dublin Airport when the world turned on its axis. The Longford swimmer and the rest of the senior national squad were in departures, poised to fly out to a meet in Scotland, when the acting Taoiseach delivered his address — and everything changed utterly, writes
Thu, 19 Mar, 2020
A new report by An Bord Pleanála has illustrated the regional imbalance of large housing, apartment and student accommodation development proposals, with the vast majority located in the Dublin and commuter region.
Tue, 30 Jul, 2019
The former boss of an international automotive parts manufacturing firm - whose main shareholder is registered in Sandyford, Dublin - is entitled to €1.5m worth of shares after he was fired for allegedly failing to address the company's financial difficulties, the High Court has ruled.
Fri, 24 May, 2019
A woman now terminally ill with cervical cancer, who claims she had a 95% chance of being successfully treated if a smear test taken almost nine years ago was read and reported correctly, has told the High Court she feels "lost in the system" and "of no significance".
Fri, 29 Mar, 2019
Two people who screened the now terminally ill Ruth Morrissey’s smear test for the MedLab laboratory in 2012 which came back as negative have been withdrawn from the witness list in the long-running case.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019