Michael Lowry, then  minister for transport, energy and communications (left) and  Denis O’Brien, then chairman of Esat Digifone,  in 1996. File photograph:  Moya Nolan/The Irish Times

The Moriarty Tribunal has told a number of parties awaiting costs rulings, including businessman Denis O’Brien, that no decisions will be made in thei(...)

Michael Lowry, Independent TD  for North Tipperary, pictured at the Four Courts  for a High Court action. Photograph: Courts Collins

Former Fine Gael minister Michael Lowry is challenging a decision by the Moriarty Tribunal to only award him one-third of the costs of his legal repre(...)

Lucinda Creighton said public trust in the political system had been eroded hugely “and while there have been tribunals, very little has come of them” by way of changes. Photograph:  Sara Freund/The Irish Times

A Bill that seeks to implement the remaining recommendations of the Moriarty tribunal is to be introduced in the Dáil today by Renua party leader Luci(...)

The total fees paid to members of the tribunal’s legal teams to date is close to €35 million

The cost of the Moriarty tribunal has topped €50 million to date, according to figures released by the Department of the Taoiseach. Accounts released(...)

Michael Lowry has been told he will be awarded only a third of his costs by the tribunal

The Moriarty tribunal will not be asking any witness that appeared before it to contribute towards the tribunal’s own costs, its chairman, Mr Justice (...)

Michael Lowry. The tribunal was inquiring into DRFC deal when the tape was made. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

This week Michael Lowry told Tipp FM he would not be answering questions about the secretly taped conversation between him and Northern Ireland(...)