Former chief executive of Irish Life & Permanent, Denis Casey  Pic: Collins Courts.

A former bank chief accused of conspiracy to mislead investors told gardaí­ that the Financial Regulator told him in March 2008 to support a “green je(...)

Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A former executive with Anglo Irish Bank told his then chief executive, David Drumm, that billions of euros of deposits with another bank would go “ro(...)

Witness said Matt Moran, former chief financial officer at Anglo Irish Bank, asked AIB about a funds transfer arrangement, Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Financial Regulator told bank executives it was time to “wear the green jersey” in early 2008, a former director from AIB bank has told a jury. (...)

Two Dublin men have been charged with possession of 150kg of explosives at an out-of-hours sitting of the Special Criminal Court. The men were also (...)

Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

An accountancy expert has told an alleged market deception trial that he believes a circular €7.2 billion deal between two banks could have gone on fo(...)

The chief actuary with Irish Life has said his hair stood up when he heard the assurance company had transferred billions of euro to Anglo Irish Bank,(...)

Witness agreed that balance sheet management may include overnight placements which would be reversed the next day.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Balance sheet management or “window dressing” were interchangeable terms for a known industry practice, a former senior accountant with Anglo Irish B(...)

All four accused men have pleaded not guilty. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A senior executive with Anglo Irish Bank asked colleagues in November 2008 if a €7.2 billion transaction used to bolster the bank’s deposits figures w(...)

Pelé uniquely won three World Cups with Brazil, in 1958, ’62 and ’70, as a result he received a replica of the Jules Rimet trophy from Mexico and Fifa.

Leading items from a major auction of Pelé’s personal possessions have gone on display at the Newbridge Silverware visitor centre in Co Kildare with (...)

Judge Martin Nolan noted Cully went about breaking the law in a foolish and ineffective manner. He said it was a fool’s errand as the prisoners would never have received the phones. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A man caught attempting to throw a football with mobile phones hidden inside into a prison has been jailed. Gardaí on patrol were driving past Dublin(...)