Broadcaster Vincent Browne (right) and other members of the media entered  the grounds of Gorse Hill on Wednesday. Photograph: Tim O’Brien 0:45

A reported 4pm deadline for Brian and Mary O’Donnell to leave their home on Vico Road in Killiney has passed without incident. As the deadline approac(...)

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

Blake O’Donnell cut a lonely figure, sitting alone on the plaintiff’s side of the senior counsels’ bench, with just a jotter for company and three Lev(...)

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(...)

 John Martin, of the New Land League, speaking to members of the media at the entrance to Gorse Hill, the home of Brian O’Donnell, at  Vico Road, Killiney. Photograph: Eric Luke

The New Land League was formed almost spontaneously in 2013, according to its leader, Jerry Beades, when he and others disrupted an Allsops auction i(...)

A security company has secured a High Court order preventing anti-eviction activists organising a protest at next week’s Irish Country and Western Mus(...)

Jerry Beades: appealed a High Court order granting IIB possession of the two tenanted properties.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Businessman Jerry Beades has lost his claim that a bank was not entitled to repossess two commercial properties from him after he defaulted on a €1.15(...)

 70 Ballybough Road, Dublin, with an election poster of Nial Ring on the wall, is the registered address of two plcs. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin businessman Nial Ring has said he made a “reasonable profit” from trading in the shares of three publicly quoted companies that have racked up (...)

Developer and former Fianna Fáil official Jerry Beades. Photograph: Eric Luke

The question of how to deal with the new Land League, a vocal grassroots movement against bank repossessions of homes and farms that has occupied the (...)

Jerry Beades: said he needed time to assemble documents and would be seeking material from the ban

Developer Jerry Beades is opposing Ulster Bank’s claim for €3.5 million judgment against him on grounds including alleged fraudulent transactions invo(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly  refused to allow three weeks for developer Jerry Beades to prepare an affidavit responding to Ulster Bank’s application to have the case fast-tracked in the Commercial Court, but allowed two weeks. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Ulster Bank is pursuing developer Jerry Beades for €3.5 million arising from alleged unpaid loans.Mr Beades, representing himself, today told Mr Justi(...)