Brian Kenny

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Flooding in Carrick-on-Shannon. Photograph: Brian Farrell/The Irish Times

“I have my wellies in the boot,” Taoiseach Leo Varadkar remarked helpfully as he gazed into the flood waters lapping close to the doors of Carrick-on-(...)

Kenny Galway car dealership on Tuam Road, Galway was founded by Brian Kenny in 1992 and holds franchises for Citroën, Volvo, Kia and Peugeot.

The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to west of Ireland car dealership Kenny Galway, effectively replacing a receiver appointed by a fund(...)

West of Ireland car dealership Kenny Galway has gone into receivership not “related to motor trading issues”.

West of Ireland car dealership Kenny Galway has gone into receivership. Founded in 1992 by Brian Kenny, it operated from premises on the Tuam Road, Ga(...)

A newly qualified teacher who claims she cannot afford to be a member of a trade union brought a plate of cakes to her colleagues at Deerpark CBS in C(...)

Corporal Keelagh and Mr Darcy patrol the grounds of Trinity College in Dublin to mark the Emergency and Security Services Day. Photograph: Mark Hilliard/The Irish Times

Corporal Keelagh is arguably the most popular officer in the Defence Forces. She is placid, one of a rare breed; although it must be said her bite wou(...)

Waves crashing over the bandstand in Dun Laoghaire earlier this week. High tides and strong winds continued to batter Irish coasts today. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Met Éireann has lifted its weather warning for inland counties but said that a yellow warning remains in place on Irish coastal waters. Despite foreca(...)

Against the odds: Michael Dennehy attempts to keep the water out of his Ballylongford, Co Kerry, home. Atlantic storm Ruth will move across Ireland today bringing gusts of up to 110km/h. Photograph: Domnick Walsh/Eye Focus

Fears are mounting Ireland’s major rivers will burst their banks this weekend ahead of a succession of storms building up from the Atlantic to hit nex(...)

Minister of State Brian Hayes has said the State’s tax take is likely to fall short of estimates due to damage to businesses from recent flooding. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

The Department of Finance will have to adjust estimates on tax revenues for the year as a result of the storm damage suffered by businesses throughout(...)