A Co Kildare man wanted in the US to face fraud, money-laundering and identity theft charges has lost an appeal against an order for his extradition. File photograph: Getty Images/Hemera

A Co Kildare man wanted in the US to face fraud, money-laundering and identity theft charges has lost an appeal against an order for his extradition. (...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan. The 10 largest insurers wrote to him late last year calling for urgent action following the collapse of Setanta Insurance.

Motor insurers are growing increasingly concerned at the lack of Government action to tackle pressure on premiums due to the €90 million collapse of (...)

Brian Meehan (47), from Crumlin, is serving a life sentence having being convicted in 1999 of the murder of Veronica Guerin in June 1996. File photograph: Ronan Quinlan/Collins

A Dublin man’s attempt to have his conviction for murdering journalist Veronica Guerin declared a miscarriage of justice has been dismissed by the Cou(...)

Providence Resources, the oil and gas explorer, has raised $163m from share sales over the past decade to fund the development of its Irish offshore assets

Providence Resources, the oil and gas explorer locked in talks with its main creditor and financial advisers after a court ruling landed it a bill of (...)

The Court of Appeal  court has reserved judgment on a woman’s appeal against the High Court’s finding that she had failed to prove her symphysiotomy was unjustified. File photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who alleges an unjustified symphysiotomy was performed on her at a Dublin hospital 12 days before her first baby was born in 1963 did not kno(...)

One textbook referred to an article featuring ‘charming’ photographs of women in Africa ‘skipping’ after undergoing symphysiotomies, the court heard.

A medical textbook used in hospitals in Ireland in 1960 described women on their first pregnancy as a “dark and untried horse”, the Court of Appeal ha(...)

Transocean, which provided Providence with a drilling unit for Barryroe oil field, had appealed against a ruling by the Commercial Court. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

Providence Resources is facing mounting pressure to sell a stake in its key oil discovery and extend a crucial debt facility after it was ordered to p(...)

Appeal: The woman said she felt “split in two”  and  suffered lifelong pain, incontinence and depression after the procedure which divides the cartilage of the pubic symphysis to facilitate easier delivery. Photograph: Thinkstock

An appeal over the rejection of a woman’s claim that an unjustified symphysiotomy was performed on her days before her first baby was born in 1963, h(...)

Anglo Irish Bank’s former chief operations officer Tiarnan O Mahoney leaves the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on Tuesday after a date was set for his retrial. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has ordered a retrial for Anglo Irish Bank’s former chief operations officer Tiarnan O’Mahoney following the quashing of his convi(...)

An appeal over the rejection of a woman’s claim that an unjustified symphysiotomy was performed on her in a Dublin hospital in 1963, days before her first baby was born, has opened at the Court of Appeal. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An appeal over the rejection of a woman’s claim that an unjustified symphysiotomy was performed on her in a Dublin hospital in 1963, days before her f(...)