Kinsale Capital Managent, the Dublin hedge fund manager run by the low-key, high-powered former Merrill Lynch bankers Gearoid Doyle and Seán Ó’Flannag(...)

Leon Connon collapsed while out with friends. Photograph: Provision

A 14-year-old schoolboy injured in a freak accident when he became trapped in railings near his home in Kinsale at the weekend has died in hospital in(...)

A 14-year-old boy in is a critical condition in hospital after sustaining serious injuries when he collapsed while out with friends in Kinsale in Co Cork yesterday evening.

A 14-year-old boy in is a critical condition in hospital after sustaining serious injuries when he collapsed while out with friends in Kinsale in Co C(...)

Former Solicitor Thomas Byrne (47) arriving at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court today. Photograph: Collins Courts

A garda and property dealer has told the trial of Thomas Byrne he never made a criminal complaint about €610,000 which was taken from his account at t(...)

M&S chief executive Marc Bolland yesterday reported the retailer’s eighth consecutive decline in general merchandise sales, largely clothing but also taking in home and footwear. Photograph: Adrian Brooks/Imagewise/PA Wire

A cheer echoed around Wembley Stadium, the home of English football, yesterday morning, not in celebration of a goal but in response to news from Mark(...)

Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in action at Wimbledon. Photograph:  Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

He may have been given one of the best draws in this year’s Wimbledon championships, but world number one and confirmed coeliac Novak Djokovic will st(...)

Ireland’s Peter O’Mahony runs at USA’s Mike Petri. Photograph: Inpho/Billy Stickland

Ireland 15 USA 12Scary looking scoreline. In fairness, the professionalism of this extremely young Ireland team, with five new caps blooded over the (...)

Former HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby

Sir James Crosby must be given some credit for volunteering to forgo a chunk of his lucrative HBOS pension and, in an unprecedented move yesterday,(...)

The British Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards report said estimated impairments in Ireland between 2008 and 2011 totalled £10.9 billion,equivalent to 36 per cent of Halifax’s loan book at the end of 2008. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Bailed-out British lender HBOS was so badly run it would have failed even without the 2008 financial crisis and the regulator should consider b(...)