Gay Byrne has stake in Conduit Partnership of about 20 per cent.

(...) bank over the next three months. The two had been forced to seek an injunction in the High Court on(...)

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter: TD:  denied feeling ‘bitter’ in the wake of his resignation. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

(...). Mr Shatter refused to be drawn on several areas of recent garda controversies, citing both High Court(...)

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald: said the removal of surrogacy was because a Supreme Court decision was pending and there were “critical issues needing to be resolved”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) published earlier this year by then minister for justice Alan Shatter, set out plans to ban commercial(...)

The Government has dropped plans to legislate for surrogacy as part of an overhaul of family law. File  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) published earlier this year by then Minister for Justice Alan Shatter, set out plans to ban commercial(...)

Greek businessman Achilleas Kallakis was ordered to pay £3.25 million within six months or serve another seven years imprisonment by His Hon Judge Andrew Goymer yesterday

Southwark Crown Court in London. Greek businessman Achilleas Kallakis was ordered to pay £3.25 million (€4(...)

Kerry manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice celebrates with minor manager Jack O’Connor following victory over Donegal on Sunday. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

(...) every five.The fear of Dublin tyrannising the GAA with its population and access to commercial funds was(...)

Wilford Court: rent roll of €199,200

(...) investment portfolio at Wilford Court, Corke Abbey Avenue in Bray, Co Wicklow. The sale has been prompted by(...)

International Expo in the Clyde Court Hotel in Ballsbridge tomorrow (Wednesday) and the Working Abroad Expo in(...)

John and Bernie Gallagher outbid Live Nation, Denis Desmond’s MCD, the Ambassador Theatre Group in the UK, Dublin-based New Beginnings and several private investors to acquire the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

Court to developer Seán Dunne in 2005. The Bord Gáis theatre is seen as one of Dublin’s “trophy assets(...)

Sean Dunne:  has sought to withdraw his US bankruptcy case on the basis that he has also been adjudicated a bankrupt in Ireland and that creditors would be adequately protected in the Irish bankruptcy alone. Photograph:   Steve Miller

(...) he only applied to pull the case when he was on verge of a court ruling on his failure to produce(...)