Consultant engineer Michael Reilly, of Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary, had sued Iconic Newspapers, publishers of the Kilkenny People, over a report in its February 19th, 2016

A man who failed in a defamation action over a court report is facing a six-figure legal bill following a High Court order requiring him to pay the fu(...)

Michael Reilly of Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary, had sued over the article published  in 2016 by the Kilkenny People. He claimed he was the “only Michael Reilly” living in Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary and the newspaper report meant he was a criminal. Photograph: Collins Courts

A High Court judge has withdrawn from a jury a defamation action taken against a newspaper, after saying the article at the centre of the case was fai(...)

Eoin Brannigan: ‘Huge honour’ to lead INM’s Belfast titles.

Independent News & Media has appointed Eoin Brannigan as editor-in-chief of the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life. Mr Brannigan has since 2017 be(...)

The Irish Times: Revenue declines as a result of Covid-19.

The Irish Times has announced a temporary pay cut of up to 30 per cent for higher-paid managers and editors in the group as part of a series of immedi(...)

Fine Gael senator Paudie Coffey  is pictured at the Four Courts during his  High Court defamation action. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The editor of the Kilkenny People has told the High Court he decided to put the headline ‘Coffey the Robber’ on an allegedly defamatory article about (...)

Neans McSweeney, whose McSweeney Media provides services to Minister of State John Paul Phelan, is pictured at the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A public relations consultant who came up with the idea of comparing a politician to an 18th century highwayman in a press release has told the High C(...)

John Paul Phelan pictured leaving court on Friday  after giving evidence during the second week of a High Court action taken by his Fine Gael colleague Senator Paudie Coffey. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Fine Gael TD who issued a press release containing comments subsequently published by a Kilkenny newspaper and which are at the centre of a defamati(...)

Senator Paudie Coffey, pictured leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Fine Gael TD will say he was “astonished” that fellow party member and Senator Paudie Coffey is suing for defamation over a newspaper article, a Hig(...)

Senator Paudie Coffey: had asked the paper, through his lawyers, to retract, apologise and offer redress. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Senator who claims he was defamed in a newspaper story which he says called him a highway robber made a decision to sue rather than make a complaint(...)

Senator Paudie Coffey is  pictured outside the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A Fine Gael senator suing over a newspaper story which he says described him as a robber has told the High Court he was shocked and upset when he saw (...)

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