Pat Hickey, President of the Olympic Council of Ireland at Harbour Road Howth. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

On Sunday August 21st the executive committee of Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) met in the offices of Arthur Cox solicitors in Dublin. The meeting r(...)

Ciarán Ó Catháin, who resigned from the OCI crisis committee on Wednesday. Photo: Inpho

Spiralling legal and expenditure costs related to the Rio ticketing scandal – now expected to exceed €750,000 – have caused further rifts within the O(...)

Pat Hickey was arrested in Rio during the Olympics. He has stepped aside from his role as OCI president pending the outcome of that investigation, while also claiming there was “no substantive proof of any wrongdoing on my part”.

The family of Pat Hickey has strongly defended the legal action taken against the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) to prevent them from proceeding wit(...)

A report has found Enterprise failed to set aside enough technical reserves to cover the risks it was insuring

A liquidator appointed to Gibraltar-based Enterprise Insurance, which was active in the Irish motor market in recent years, has found the company had (...)

Students of Joan Denise Moriarty School Of Dance prepare to rehearse for a performance as part of UCC’s Indian Society’s celebrations of Diwali. Photograph: Clare Keogh

1. Garda strike called off as Labour Court proposes new pay deal A nationwide Garda strike scheduled to take place on Friday has been deferred. T(...)

Pat Hickey (71) was arrested in Rio over the alleged illegal sale of tickets for the Olympic Games. He denies any wrongdoing. Photograph:   Humberto Ohana/AFP/Getty Images

Pat Hickey has threatened legal action against his own executive committee of the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) to prevent them from proceeding wit(...)

Gibraltar’s supreme court appointed a liquidator on Wednesday to Enterprise Insurance, which imploded in July affecting 14,000 Irish policyholders.

Gibraltar’s financial regulator has begun a “major investigation” into Enterprise Insurance, which collapsed in July affecting 14,000 Irish policyhold(...)

Number One Ballsbridge at Shelbourne Road in Dublin 4

Take-up in the Dublin office market strengthened during the third quarter with lettings agreed on close to 67,819sq m (730,000sq ft) of space across 4(...)

StepChange launched in Ireland in September last year after securing €6 million in funding from five retail banks here. It currently has 1,500 active clients around the country.

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation (IMHO) has been appointed as the personal insolvency practitioner (PIP) for Dublin by StepChange, the debt ad(...)

Man-made treasures such as the Great Western Greenway in Mayo pulls scores of walkers and cyclists to the region. Photograph: Michael McLaughlin

My Irish tourism road trip comprised six days, 950 miles, 20 counties, 28 interviews, a couple of mild hangovers and one inescapable conclusion: when (...)