Dermot Griffin

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The jury found Dermot Griffin (54) of Ballyfermot Road guilty following a 13-day trial. Photograph:Frank Miller /The Irish Times

A man has been found guilty of setting a children’s makeshift den on fire causing the death of a boy more than 13 years ago. Stephen Hughes was 12 yea(...)

A witness who says that a man accused of starting a fire in which a young boy died threatened him on the night has admitted he was abusing drugs at the time.

A witness who says that a man accused of starting a fire in which a boy died threatened him on the night, has admitted he was abusing drugs at the ti(...)

A still from the National Lottery’s new advertising campaign, featuring ‘The Guru’. You can ask him to predict next week’s numbers, but don’t expect him to be much help.

The National Lottery has launched a new advertising campaign to promote its play online channel directly to consumers for the first time.The organisat(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin  with National Lottery chief executive Dermot Griffin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The National Lottery recorded a four-fold jump in registrations to its revamped website in the first month of going live, the company said yesterday.T(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin with National Lottery head Dermot Griffin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government is refusing to allow the National Lottery to sign an extension contract with its existing technology supplier to provide cover for t(...)

Accused has pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to the manslaughter.

A man has been accused of setting fire to a makeshift den and causing the death of a 12- year-old boy trapped inside over a decade ago.Dermot Griffin (...)

The Athens-based company announced it had signed a 10-year contract with the new Irish operator, Premier Lotteries Ireland

Greek gaming firm Intralot has been selected as the new technology supplier to the Irish lottery. The Athens-based company, founded by contr(...)

New partnership: Alex Kovach, managing director of Camelot, and Dermot Griffin, chief executive of the National Lottery in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

As the first lottery in Europe, and only the second worldwide, to sell the licence for an up-front payment, the performance of the newly privat(...)

Premier Lotteries Ireland, a consortium involving An Post and UK operator Camelot, will take over the running of the National Lottery in 12 months’ time.

Contracts for the €405 million sale of the National Lottery were finally signed today placing the franchise in private hands for the first time in (...)

A union vote by 111 lottery staff, who manage the multimillion weekly Lotto draws, produced a deadlock, with 53 workers backing the proposals, 53 opposing and five abstaining.

The State’s protracted lottery privatisation took a new twist yesterday when a crucial union vote on the transfer of the business ended in stalemate.A(...)

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