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The paper  points out that half of distressed loans are in arrears for 720 days or longer and it asserts that it is essential that banks engage meaningfully with debtors.  Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Considerable challenges remain in the banking sector, particularly in relation to the growing level of non-performing loans, according to the inter(...)

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Minister for Health James Reilly has said his department has nothing to fear from possible monthly reporting to the troika. Dr Reilly was speak(...)

Last year, Dublin City Council, which employs more than 5,500 workers, received 65 personal injury claims from staff. Some 49 claims were settled and €1,001,370 was paid out in compensation. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dublin City Council has paid out almost €2.5 million in compensation in the past three years to its own staff who were injured while at work, n(...)

 Jim Jefferies of Dunfermline. Photograph:  Lynne Cameron/PA Wire. Jim Jeffries of troubled club Dunfermline. Photograph: Lynne Cameron /PA

Millions – hang on James Alexander Gordon’s every word as he reads out the football results on BBC radio each Saturday afternoon, enjoying, if (...)

Belfast developer Paddy McKillen. Senior counsel for Mr McKillen and for businessman Denis O’Brien said the Sunday Times had obtained documents in breach of his clients’ private and confidential business affairs.  Photograph: PA

Lawyers representing Denis O’Brien, Paddy McKillen and the Sunday Times ar(...)

’s High Court ruling that the rent on Bewley’s cafe on Dublin’s Grafton Street must be allowed to fall in line with the depressed(...)

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said the practice on the ground relating to particulars sought in personal injury cases had reached something of a glorious art form revelled in by pleaders.

Three Co Mayo doctors have failed in a High Court bid to obtain what a judge ruled today was unnecessary information about a personal injury cl(...)

  Permanent TSB  headquarters in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The High Court has ruled that a director of Permanent TSB’s holding company is not entitled to an injunction that would prevent him from having(...)

Oil exploration company Tullow changed its position and decided to pay the Ugandan government $313 million (€245 million) in capital gains tax (...)

Mr Justice George Birmingham said the  facilities and staffing resources in St Andrew’s psychiatric hospital in Northampton, England, were “significantly better” than those available in Ireland. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A High Court judge has said it is regrettable that specialist psychiatric services do not exist in Ireland to treat a 16-year-old boy who is to(...)

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