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(...)

 Seán Dunne. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Lawyers for the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) have asked a US court to postpone until next May the trial to decide whether property devel(...)

Marian Gale’s boutique in Donnybrook. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A judge has set the rent for the 1,540 square foot Marian Gale boutique at The Mall, Donnybrook, Dublin, at €30 per square foot or just over €46,000 a(...)

Property developer Seán Dunne (right). Objecting to Mr Dunne’s application to dismiss his case before Connecticut’s bankruptcy court, Ulster Bank said in a new legal filing that the investigation into his finances would be “substantially hampered” if the court granted his motion to dismiss. Photograph: Steve Miller.

Property developer Seán Dunne would be allowed to “further manipulate assets” and frustrate the efforts of his creditors if he is allowed to withdr(...)

Seán Dunne: US bankruptcy hearing should last a day

A US judge has permitted a court official to submit family law documents in private as part of his challenge to stop property developer Seán Dunne wit(...)

Sean Dunne’s application to end his US bankruptcy case will be heard by a Connecticut judge at trial in December.

An application by property developer Sean Dunne to end his US bankruptcy case will be heard by a Connecticut judge at trial in December.Judge Alan Shi(...)

Seán Dunne (left): told US court in a filing through his lawyer that even if he was successfully discharged from bankruptcy in the US there was no guarantee that he wouldn’t face a similar challenge to his discharge in his Irish bankruptcy case. Photograph: Simon Carswell

A US court will consider last week’s surprise application by property developer Seán Dunne to withdraw his American bankruptcy case at a hearing to(...)

File photograph of Sean Dunne, right, with his attorney in New Haven, Connecticut. Photograph: Irish Times photo/ Steve Miller

An American judge has rejected a request by bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne to question chief executive of the National Asset Management Agency(...)

Walford on Shrewsbury Road

The mystery owner of Walford, the Shrewsbury Road mansion which is Ireland’s most expensive house, has been granted planning permissi(...)

Seán Dunne with his attorney, James Berman, before a meeting with creditors in New Haven Federal Court yesterday.

Bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne gifted his wife Gayle Killilea €58 million in cash to buy Ireland’s most expensive house, he told a US b(...)