Walking into an Edwardian house in a cul-de-sac in The Burnaby is like stepping back in time: period details – handsome tiled fireplaces, deep coving(...)

Former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank Sean FitzPatrick who has been granted legal aid for his upcoming trial on charges of failing to disclose loans from another bank. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick has been granted legal aid for his upcoming trial on charges of failing to disclose loans from anoth(...)

A detached Victorian house in Greystones, Co Wicklow is close to the centre of the town but feels nearly as secluded as a country pile. The five-bed (...)

Freshly harvested kale. Photograph: Getty Images
Forever greens

On the vague off chance that you haven’t yet noticed, might I mention the fact that kale is trending? Once dismissed as tasteless fodder crops, this l(...)

The AIB branch at Liberty Square in Thurles, Co Tipperary

Three provincial bank branches, two of them rented by AIB and the other occupied by Permanent TSB, will be among the highlights of the next Allsop (...)

William McAteer (left) of Rathgar, Dublin, and Pat Whelan  of Malahide, Dublin, at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court this morning. Photograph: Collins.

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank have each been sentenced to 240 hours community service for giving illegal loans to developers to buy shares (...)

Minister for Children Charlie Flanagan: met with members of the Bethany Survivors group

A meeting with Minister for Children Charlie Flanagan seeking inclusion of Protestant-run mother and baby homes in the proposed Commission of Investig(...)

William McAteer (R) of Rathgar, Dublin, and Pat Whelan (L) of Malahide, Dublin, were found guilty earlier this month of providing unlawful loans to 10 property developers in July 2008 to buy shares in the bank, contrary to section 60 of the Companies Act. 1:00

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank convicted of providing unlawful loans to 10 businessmen to buy shares in the bank will not be jailed, (...)

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of providing unlawful financial assistance to 10 businessman to buy shares in t(...)