Charlie Chawke

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Publican Charlie Chawke claims he rebuffed an offer of €60m for the Goat during  the last boom.

With the clamour for Dublin city housing, a dearth of sites close to the city centre and property development back in vogue, is the Dublin pub market (...)

George Redmond in 2012. The tribunal paid €419,000 in legal fees to the recently deceased former planning official. File photograph: Collins Courts

The planning tribunal has generated almost €23 million in third-party legal fees over the past decade, including €8 million in the last two years, new(...)

Trevor O’Shea, one of the new breed of investors at the vanguard of the bristling Dublin pub scene, was up at 5am on Wednesday sending emails to a hea(...)

The strong bounceback in the Dublin pub trade was confirmed in the financial performance last year of several bars owned by Charlie Chawke, one of th(...)

 Independent TD Michael Lowry at the Moriarty Tribunal at Dublin Castle  in October 2010. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Whether it be the amended findings of the Mahon/Flood tribunal into certain planning matters, the controversy over the inquiry into the sale of Sitese(...)

Former taoiseach Bertie Ahern. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

The Mahon tribunal has withdrawn findings of non-cooperation against two people involved in the financial “digout” to former taoiseach Bertie Ahern. (...)

File photograph of publican Charlie Chawke. An Bord Pleanála has said a Dublin council had no grounds to charge Mr Chawke for an extension to one of his premises. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

An Bord Pleanála has said a Dublin council has no grounds to charge publican Charlie Chawke €21,000 for a 14-square metre extension to one of his prem(...)

 Former minister for justice  Ray Burke  at the Mahon Tribunal at Dublin Castle. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Only some of the corruption findings made by the planning tribunal against former Fianna Fáil minister Ray Burke are being withdrawn.Tribunal chairma(...)

 Mr Justice Feargus  Flood, first chairman  of the  planning tribunal. In 2002, ordinary citizens queued around the block when  Mr Justice  Flood published his damning report on the payments made to former Fianna Fáil minister Ray Burke. Photograph: Alan Betson

The planning tribunal, in its heyday, was box office. For years, nightly news led with the latest from Dublin Castle, where the public gallery was reg(...)

Heineken beer on sale at the bargain price of €2.95 at the Three Tun Tavern in Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

A number of Dublin publicans are known to have raised concerns with Heineken about the pricing of its beer at JD Wetherspoon’s prior to the high-pr(...)

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