Organisation: Co Dublin
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The directors of one of the best-known sporting brands here, O’Neills, have warned that Brexit and its associated uncertainty is a considerable risk to the company’s outlook.
Tue, 15 Nov, 2016
Fri, 08 Jul, 2016
A Swedish House Mafia fan, who was one of a number of people stabbed and beaten up at the group’s infamous concerts in the Phoenix Park four years ago, has settled his €60,000 damages claim against the organisers.
Fri, 06 May, 2016
Fri, 16 Oct, 2015
Former Government press secretary Frank Dunlop has made a near €430,000 tax settlement with the Revenue Commissioners, it emerged yesterday.
Wed, 09 Sep, 2015
Bookmaker BoyleSports have taken a hit after a Co Dublin punter, who wishes to remain anonymous, netted €30,010 on a €10 national lottery bet.
Sun, 21 Jun, 2015
Thu, 30 Apr, 2015
Thu, 23 Oct, 2014
A 16-year-old Co Dublin schoolgirl, who is six months pregnant and beyond the control of her family, has been committed to secure care by the High Court.
Tue, 19 Aug, 2014
Former CEO of the Rehab Group Angela Kerins has claimed she lost her job and her health suffered as a direct consequence of her questioning by the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee in relation to State funding of the Rehab group.
Tue, 22 Jul, 2014
The governor of the Central Bank has said he agrees with a judge’s withering attack on the former financial regulator over a loans-for-shares scam at Anglo Irish Bank.
Wed, 30 Apr, 2014
Tue, 08 Apr, 2014
The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) is to ask the High Court to restrain a former member from passing himself off as a member of the worldwide association by infringing its international PGA trademark.
Sat, 17 Aug, 2013
Sixteen of the country’s best-known bathing spots have lost their coveted blue flag status this year after the introduction of more stringent standards for testing water quality by the EU.
Fri, 24 May, 2013
House planning applications are down nationally by 3% yet 11 counties show significant increases, with Co Dublin revealing a rise of 15%, the latest National Housing Construction Index reveals.
Mon, 08 Apr, 2013
Budding journalists of the future were honoured yesterday at the inaugural awards ceremony for an educational project devised by the National Newspapers of Ireland.
Thu, 28 Feb, 2013
New York Fashion Week feels like a distant memory now — that’s the dream-like nature of fashion weeks — but there was one glaringly obvious trend that marched up and down those catwalks with relentless consistency.
Sun, 23 Sep, 2012
The president of the NPA, Jimmy Grainger of Kildare, has a long and varied tenure with the association as both competitor and judge before scaling the heights in the administrative side.
Thu, 20 Sep, 2012
A NUMBER of times last year and most recently at my party’s ard fheis this month I talked at length about the need to face up to past events in many sectors.
Sat, 24 Mar, 2012
Friends First Finance Ltd is seeking summary judgment totalling €4.6 million against the widow of deceased property developer Liam Maye over guarantees she gave on loans to the couple’s three daughters for equity fund investments.
Tue, 24 Jan, 2012
HOTELIER Jim Mansfield, who is suffering what the Commercial Court yesterday called an incurable neurological illness, is being pursued by Bank of Scotland (BoS) and NAMA for summary judgment orders totalling €280 million.
Tue, 11 Oct, 2011
LEADERSHIP distinction awards were presented to 54 Macra members during the Bank of Ireland-sponsored county officer training.
Thu, 15 Sep, 2011
THE number of VECs is to be halved under radical streamlining measures announced by the Government yesterday.
Thu, 30 Jun, 2011
A TRADE union of second and third level teachers’ voted for immediate industrial action in the event of further cuts to teachers’ pay and conditions.
Wed, 27 Apr, 2011
The Commercial Court has heard a Dublin solicitor, who is being pursued for €69m, claims Bank of Ireland told him it would be flexible in relation to property loans and guarantees.
Thu, 03 Mar, 2011
A HIGH Court judge has ruled most of the 289 people who claim they lost millions of euro after investing in a scheme to buy apartments in India are entitled to recover monies against a Northern Ireland solicitor who had acted for a firm involved in the scheme.
Wed, 08 Dec, 2010
PLANS to reduce the number of Vocational Education Committees (VECs) by about a third and make them more efficient will be brought to Government within three weeks by Tánaiste Mary Coughlan.
Wed, 15 Sep, 2010
A COUPLE and their company have sued Dolmen Stockbrokers for more than €1 million losses allegedly incurred through unauthorised use of the plaintiffs’ securities trading accounts to enter into transactions for Dolmen’s own benefit.
Tue, 22 Jun, 2010
THE huge scale of the monies involved in the Irish bank bailout are hard to comprehend, the numbers being so very large as to be well outside normal human experience.
Mon, 29 Mar, 2010
A motor repair and sales business has commenced High Court proceedings against both the AIB and the State arising out of a decision to freeze the firm's bank accounts following a direction from the Gardaí.
Tue, 16 Jun, 2009
The group set up by the drinks industry to promote responsible drinking has condemned breaches of its code of practice by a Co Dublin nightclub.
Wed, 04 Feb, 2009
Two former senior managers with National Irish Bank has been disqualified by the High Court from involvement in the management of a company on grounds of unfitness arising from the findings of the investigation into the 1990s tax evasion scandal in the bank.
Mon, 26 May, 2008
A FORMER head of finance with National Irish Bank is opposing an application by the director of corporate enforcement for a court order disqualifying him from involvement in the management of any company on unfitness grounds.
Wed, 06 Feb, 2008
THE Director of Corporate Enforcement is seeking documents from the inspectors who investigated the National Irish Bank tax evasion scandal of the 1990s.
Wed, 14 Dec, 2005
Thu, 25 Aug, 2005
WINSTEAD has done its homestead work well — it accommodated a swelling Dublin family with nine offspring — “a novena of children,” is how the vendor describes it, as she prepares to trade down on the house front after half a century in occupation.
Sat, 05 Feb, 2005
Mon, 31 Jan, 2005
Alan Murphy scored twice either side of half time to end LSL Division 1 side Loughshinny's cup dream at Balbriggan.
Sat, 26 Jul, 2003
IN JUNE 2001, in a free, fair and democratic referendum, the Irish people voted to reject the Nice Treaty.
Mon, 23 Sep, 2002
GOVERNMENT efforts to take advantage of €500 million worth of EU grants to sell the Nice Treaty to farmers was described as bribery by No campaigners yesterday.
Fri, 20 Sep, 2002
Thu, 19 Sep, 2002
A former soldier accused of murdering an 18-month-old infant told gardai that, if responsible, he wished the child's father would shoot him, the Central Criminal Court heard today.
Tue, 30 Apr, 2002