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Paudie Coffey at the Four Courts during the third week of his High Court action. File photograph: Collins

Fine Gael Senator Paudie Coffey has settled his High Court action over a newspaper article which he said defamed him when he was likened to an 18th ce(...)

The actions concerning Trevor White, above, and members of his family arose following the breakdown of a settlement agreement entered into in 2017 in relation to  loan facilities advanced in 2005

Publisher Trevor White has resolved a High Court dispute with a financial fund on terms which will allow him to keep his family home. In separate bu(...)

Trevor White:   had obtained a protective certificate  from the Circuit Court

Publisher and food critic Trevor White has pulled out of moves to seek a personal insolvency arrangement to deal with his debts, the High Court has he(...)

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 at the Four Courts on Wednesday for the second day of his High Court action against Iconic Newspapers, publishers of the ‘Kilkenny People’. Photograph: Collins Courts

When Crotty the Robber stood on the gallows in Waterford city in 1742, he probably assumed his courtroom days were behind him. He was wrong. And whe(...)

Castletown Cox in Co Kilkenny.

An English aristocrat who once owned and later rented one of Ireland’s finest Palladian houses was not in when eviction agents launched a “dawn raid” (...)

Nik Basran, managing director of The Authentic Food Company, said: “We have faced some serious business challenges in recent months that have been specific to this site”

A Dundalk-based food company employing 169 people is to close. The Authentic Food Group, a UK company that produces frozen ready meals, was granted pe(...)

An OpenHydro turbine in Orkney in Scotland. During 2017 the group, with operations in Ireland, Scotland, Canada and Japan, sustained about €160 million in losses

International network Ocean Energy Europe has expressed disappointment at the liquidation of Irish tidal energy company OpenHydro by its French parent(...)

Former Sunday Independent editor  Anne Harris outside the Charleton Tribunal in Dublin Castle. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney Collins

The former editor of the Sunday Independent Anne Harris has denied being motivated by bitterness in making claims about the editor of the Irish Indepe(...)

Financial fund Seaconview acquired loans connected to the properties under dispute in 2015 from  Ulster Bank. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

A dispute between a receiver appointed by a financial fund and the owners of more than 30 apartments in various locations around the country has come (...)

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