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Gary Hyde, who ran The Castle Tavern in Glanmire, will see his monthly repayments fall to €1,821  on a tracker mortgage rate of 0.75 per cent for 21 years. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A former publican in Cork has had debts of more than €2.4 million written off in a personal insolvency arrangement approved by the High Court. Gary (...)

The PIA was approved in a recent decision by Mr Justice Denis McDonald. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has approved a personal insolvency arrangement (PIA) for a businessman with debts of more than €2 million. The PIA was granted in favo(...)

A father and son battle the gorse fires in Donegal. Photograph: Brid Sweeney

Firefighters and locals in Donegal fear further dry weather will cause a repeat of Monday’s huge wildfire which scorched hundreds of acres of land in (...)

Andrew Long at Ennis Court: he has pleaded not guilty to  assault causing harm

A woman has told a court in Co Clare that a HSE paramedic knocked her out when he placed his arm around her neck. At Ennis Circuit Court, Mary Nihill(...)

Michael McNamara: he   said a journalist turned up at the door of his home with a list of questions that “could only have come from Garda information”

Former Labour Clare TD Michael McNamara confirmed on Thursday he would be appealing his two-year driving ban for dangerous driving. Mr McNamara (43) (...)

Former Labour Party TD Michael McNamara. Photograph: Eric Luke

Former Labour Party TD for Clare Michael McNamara has appeared in court charged with dangerous driving and obstructing a garda. At Killaloe District (...)