Dunshaughlin

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Theresa Lowe and Frank McNamara are seeking to have almost €3 million of their total debts of €3.7 million written off, including the bulk of Tanager’s €2.2 million debt.  Photograph: Tom Honan

The judge was not happy. A “vulture fund” that had bought bad mortgages from banks questioned the legality around how a couple went about seeking a re(...)

Mary Coll and Jacqueline Connolly have initiated personal injury proceedings  against the legal representative of  Alan Hawe’s estate. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The mother and sister of Clodagh Hawe have brought High Court proceedings against her late husband’s estate. Mary Coll and Jacqueline Connolly initia(...)

The patron bodies for 12 new primary schools will all be non-denominational or multidenominational in nature.

Multi-denominational patrons have been selected for 12 new commuter belt primary schools due to open in September in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath a(...)

The four food businesses were ordered to close last month after inspections by environmental health officers from the HSE uncovered breaches including   a failure to segregate raw and cooked meats. Image: iStock

A pizza restaurant in Dunshaughlin, a gastropub in Navan, an Asian takeaway restaurant in Wexford town and a fast food takeaway in Drogheda have all b(...)

All new schools are due to open from 2019 to 2022. Photograph: David Sleator

More than 40 new schools with places for 20,000 pupils are due to be established over the next four years, mostly in the Greater Dublin Area, to keep (...)

A couple are suing the Garda Commissioner and State in the High Court for damages over alleged malicious prosecution in 2007 and 2008 on the alleged d(...)

The terrace at Salon de Ning at the Peninsula Hotel in New York. You can see Trump Tower from here – but you can also look the other way

Ahh, pubs. Time was, you hitched your horse outside, walked in (presumably flashing your pistols), spat in the direction of a receptacle and gulped d(...)

Conor Hickey’s father John Hickey (centre) with friends and family leaving Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Meath drug addict who was on his way to buy drugs when he fatally injured a 14-year-old boy in a hit and run has received a 20 month prison s(...)