John McGuigan in action for  Glentoran. Photograph: Inpho

One of Northern Ireland’s most highly-rated young footballers must serve 220 hours community service for having quantities of ecstasy and cocaine, a j(...)

European markets are in retreat after indices such as Germany’s DAX reached record highs. (Photgraph: Reuters)

European shares edged lower on Wednesday as mixed corporate results halted the rally that had propelled both Britain’s FTSE 100 and Germany’s DAX to r(...)

Judge Raymond Groarke said Brendan Dunne was perfectly entitled to believe that nobody could touch the funds as long as he held the certificates

A Dublin businessman who put away two €6,350 bonds was told when he went to cash them that the accounts had been closed years ago, the Circuit Civil C(...)

Ely gastro bar at Hanover Quay at Grand Canal Square in Dublin 2

Kylemore Cafes have bought the former Ely gastro bar at Hanover Quay at Grand Canal Square in Dublin 2 for €4.8 million. The business premises were of(...)

Danske Bank has largely exited the Irish market  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Danish financial institution Danske Bank has sold a portfolio of commercial loans to Bank of Ireland and Goldman Sachs. The face value of the total(...)

A market source told Reuters on Monday that a benchmark 30-year bond issue would typically be in the range of €1.5 billion to €2 billion

Ireland raised €4 billion at its first 30-year bond sale on Tuesday, drawing bumper demand even at record low interest rates and moving more than hal(...)

The improving Irish property market saw Dankse Bank reverse previously made impairments in 2014. (Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg)

Danske Bank shrunk its Irish losses before tax to €201.5 million in 2014, down from €241m the previous year, as loan impairments fell by 29 per cent.(...)

Danske, Denmark’s biggest bank, says it’s been inundated by calls from offshore investors and several hedge funds seeking advice on how to profit from the latest developments in currency markets.

Denmark is trying to silence currency speculators as the government and central bank insist the Nordic country won’t follow Switzerland in severing i(...)

Ulster Bank economist Richard Ramsey:  says the Northern Ireland  economy is estimated to have grown by 2 per cent in real terms in 2014 and he expects a similar rate of growth (1.5-2 per cent ) to follow through next year

Will a new year herald a new beginning for the Northern Ireland economy now that the chance to set a lower rate of corporation tax is almost within it(...)

Denmark’s biggest bank will write down 9 billion kroner (€1.2b) in goodwill, marking its latest accounting adjustment after talks with the country’s regulator. (Photograph: Erik Abel/Bloomberg)

On Monday Denmark’s biggest bank said it will write down 9 billion kroner (€1.2 billion) in goodwill, marking its latest accounting adjustment after(...)