Alongside the 37-bedroom Jackson Court Hotel, Coppers went on the market in March for sale by private treaty

Late-night revellers can breathe a sigh of relief as landmark Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jacks has been taken off the market by its owners, having b(...)

Colin McNamara was awarded €80,000, plus special damages of €7,116 to cover medical and other expenses, over the nightclub fall. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Limerick man who broke his ankle after slipping on a wet floor at Copper Face Jacks nightclub in Dublin has been awarded more than €80,000 damages b(...)

“Coppers is one of the busiest and most popular night clubs in Ireland, and is a true Dublin institution,” said Barry Gray, Head of Marketing at BOI Payments Acceptance.

Copper Face Jacks is going contactless. But before you get the wrong idea, let’s be clear on one thing: it’s contactless payments that the Dublin nigh(...)

 Copper Face Jacks nightclub in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

A man who took part in the violent assault of a bouncer at Copper Face Jacks nightclub has been jailed for two years. Paul Rice (25) of Allenton Aven(...)

Nineteen venues across Dublin city, including well-known venues like Copper Face Jacks and Lillie’s Bordello, have signed up to the system which allows bar clients to order their food and drinks at their tables from their smartphones.

Crowding around a bar awaiting your turn to order may become a thing of the past as a new smartphone app, Orderella, officially launches after the We(...)

On the floor: dancing and queuing at  Copper Face Jacks night club on Harcourt Street, in Dublin, this week. Photograph: Aidan Crawley 30/01/2014.....FeaturesPeoplepictured in Copper Face Jacks night club in Harcourt Street, Dublin.Photograph: Aidan Crawley

‘You’re all f***ing faggots!” One young man’s night is ending early as he simultaneously tries to fix his shoe, stop himself falling on the footpath, (...)

Copper Face Jacks nightclub, Harcourt Street, Dublin, showing Camden Place where the crowd surge took place.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The condition of a young woman injured during a crowd surge outside Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jacks has improved, changing from critical to stable.(...)

Company directors Cathal and Paula Jackson were paid a combined salary of €1 million in the 2013 financial year, up from €566,460 the previous year.  Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

The company that operates Copper Face Jacks nightclub in Dublin made pretax profits of €6.8 million in the year to the end of January 2013, according (...)

 Ciara O’Connell,  Glenview Park, Tallaght, Dublin. Photograph: Collins/Courts

A High Court judge will rule next week on an action for damages by a woman who suffered arm injuries after a fall at the well-known Dublin nightclub C(...)