Revenue’s Offshore Assets Group undertakes investigations into possible tax offences arising from offshore bank accounts held by Irish residents. Some €9.21 million was collected by Revenue in 2014 from this unit’s work, down from the €14.87 million it gathered in the previous year.

The Revenue Commissioners has collected just more than €1 billion since 2001 from various special investigations of offshore bank accounts held by Iri(...)

The audit did not identify the hospital or consultants, but it indicated it was referring to the HSE south/southeast region. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A significant risk that two consultants appointed through an agency to work in a public hospital were not suitably qualified has been highlighted in a(...)

In proceedings taken by an Irish woman divorced in England, the five-judge court ruled, by four to one, that Irish law does not recognise the validity of a foreign divorce lawfully granted before October 1986 in certain cases

The Supreme Court has called for legislation to enable a uniform approach to recognition of foreign divorces. It follows a ruling that Irish law does (...)

The former assistant city and county manager for Dublin,  George Redmond: In the High Court, the planning tribunal agreed to withdraw the original report, published in 2004, and to remove all adverse findings in it about  him. It also agreed to pay his legal costs.  Photograph:  Collins Courts

The planning tribunal has published a revised version of its report on George Redmond, from which all conclusions and adverse findings against the fo(...)

George Redmond outside the Flood  tribunal in 1999. Photograph: Paddy Whelan

George Redmond once described the payments he got from developers during his career as a “sword of Damocles”. Now, 25 years after his career ended and(...)

George Redmond outside the planning tribunal in Dublin Castle in 1999.

The planning tribunal has withdrawn its report on George Redmond after the former assistant Dublin city and county manager won his case overturning co(...)

Asylum seekers, refugees and supporters  march to the Deptartment of Justice  protesting about the system of direct provision. Photograph: Alan Betson

The State agency responsible for accommodating asylum seekers has promised to introduce a more open and competitive tendering process as new figures (...)

The State pays firms about €50 million a year to provide bed and board for more than 4,000 asylum seekers. Housing in Mosney for asylum seekers (pictured). Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Private companies involved in providing accommodation for asylum seekers are highly profitable and in some cases have accumulated profits of millions (...)

Gayle Killilea Dunne: the paining ‘King and Queen’ was seized during a raid on a house in Co Kildare, the court heard. Photograph: Collins Courts

Gayle Killilea Dunne, wife of developer Seán Dunne, is in dispute with the trustee administering her husband’s Irish bankruptcy over the ownership of(...)

In July of last year Mr Dunne was adjudicated a bankrupt by the High Court. Photograph: Frank Miller/Irish Times

The official in charge of Sean Dunne’s bankruptcy has launched High Court proceedings aimed at setting aside the bankrupt businessman’s transfer of an(...)