On September 24th, 1987, a senior bank executive paid £227,000 [€288,250] for a Victorian house called “Grenagh” on Avoca Avenue, the grandest road in(...)

Representatives of the bank receiver posting documents on the order of the court on the gate of  the O’Donnell family home, Gorse Hill. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times 1:01

Notices warning property developer Brian O’Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia not to interfere with a receiver’s attempts to take possession of the(...)

Brian O’Donnell, his wife Mary Patricia and two adult sons Blake (pictured) and Bruce have two weeks to lodge their defence to Bank of Ireland’s action alleging fraud against them over allegedly conspiring to put in place a “blatant” scheme to put a property asset in London beyond its reach. Photograph: Collins Courts

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell, his wife Mary Patricia and two adult sons Blake and Bruce have two weeks to lodge their defence to Bank of Ireland’s action(...)

Address: Hendre, St George’s Avenue, Killiney, Co DublinDescription Six-bed modernist-style house with home cinema, gym, terraces and sea viewsAgent G(...)

In Ireland’s revived love affair with period homes, some seem to have forgotten the architecture of more recent decades, particularly the 1970s. Yes, (...)

 Portmarnock beach which has lost its Blue Flag status. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The number of beaches around the country who are to receive the coveted Blue Flag award this year has dropped by 15 per cent compared to 2012. (...)