Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea in Ouragh’s vast first-floor drawingroom during a photoshoot for the New York Times in 2008.  ©Photograph: Derek Speirs 5:19

In 2002, when bankrupt developer Sean Dunne built his 8,700sq ft home on Dublin’s exclusive Shrewsbury Road, he was well on his way to earning the tit(...)

The office redevelopment site including four dated office buildings at the front of AIB’s Bankcentre in Ballsbridge

A 3.7-acre office redevelopment site including four dated office buildings at the front of AIB’s Bankcentre in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, are expected to (...)

 Seán Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea at their home in Ballsbridge back in 2008. Photograph: Derek Speirs

Property developer Sean Dunne thought that by filing for bankruptcy in his new home in the United States in March 2013, he was preempting Ulster Bank’(...)

The four-storey home was designed in keeping with its stately detached Victorian neighbours

The former Dublin 4 home of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne and his millionaire wife Gayle Killilea has been placed on the market for €7million.Ouragh i(...)

Gayle Killilea:  Filed emergency motions seeking a jury trial in the district court rather than in the bankruptcy court in the US. Photograph: Collins

Gayle Killilea, wife of developer Seán Dunne, has asked a US judge not to refer a fraudulent asset transfer case taken against them to the bankruptcy (...)

A computer-generated image of the redeveloped former Jurys and Berkeley Court hotel sites

Ireland’s most expensive development site, one of the centrepieces of the property crash, is finally to be offered for sale on the international marke(...)

The Ballsbridge hotel sites, bought by Seán Dunne  in 2005 for €380m, which are likely to go on offer internationally, and the UCD veterinary college, bought by Ray Grehan for €171.5m and sold on for  €22.5.m.

The two Ballsbridge hotels bought by developer Sean Dunne at the peak of the property boom in 2005 for €380 million are to be offered for sale on the(...)

Gayle Killilea-Dunne, the wife of insolvent property developer Sean Dunne, has sought to block a legal action taken by his US bankruptcy official to recover millions of euro in assets he transferred to her. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

Gayle Killilea-Dunne, the wife of insolvent property developer Seán Dunne, has sought to block a legal action taken by his US bankruptcy official to r(...)

Sean Dunne about to enter   Federal Court   in New Haven, Connecticut, US, in  February of last year. File photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

Embattled property developer Sean Dunne and his wife are facing a fresh legal onslaught in the US as US court officials and Irish State officials have(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien: approach to buy Four Seasons hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Denis O’Brien has made an approach to buy the Four Seasons hotel in Dublin, according to the Sunday Times. The 200-bed hotel is owned by London and Re(...)