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The most recent accounts for the Clare FM company show that it recorded a pre-tax loss of €180,566 in 2017. Photograph: iStock

The Catholic Church, the GAA, a number of priests and hundreds of Clare citizens are to share in a €2.67 million windfall from the sale of Clare FM an(...)

Glenstal Abbey, in Co Limerick,  received almost €135,000 in grants from the American Ireland Funds in 2017.  Photograph: Arthur Ellis/Press22

The UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School was the big winner in the $29.47 million (€25.6 million) donated to more than 350 organisations and p(...)

Documents reveal that a new finance director was appointed to the the Orla Kiely fashion business in July 2018 “following which a number of issues were highlighted with the company’s finances”.

The Orla Kiely fashion retail empire went out of business with debts of more than £7.25 million (€8.1 million). The joint administrators of the colla(...)

Francis and John Brennan. Photograph: Park Hotel

The Labour Court has recommended that the Brennan brothers’ five-star Park Hotel in Kenmare, Co Kerry pay €90,000 to a general manager sacked in April(...)

The Labour Court has recommended that a 23 strong group of Special Needs Assistants (SNAs) drop their objection to carrying out toileting duties for s(...)

‘We have modern technology and engineering that enables disabled people to use motor vehicles,’ the judge said. Photograph: iStock

A judge has banned a motorist from driving for six months after the driver’s car was found parked in a disabled parking space in Ennis, Co Clare. At (...)

The department has just signed a €383,000 contract with UK firm Gemalto for the design, development and implementation of upgraded facial recognition software. Photograph: iStock

Facial imaging software deployed by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection has recorded 28 cases of identity fraud to date in 2018(...)

Dublin firm Korec has won the five-year contract. It’s drones will carry out aerial topographic surveys, corridor mapping, structural inspections and deformation monitoring. Photograph: Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) is to pay a Dublin firm €100,000 to use drones to help survey the country’s multibillion euro motorway system. (...)

A man who resigned from his job under duress, after being brought out to sea in a speedboat by his boss and aggressively questioned, has been awarded €889. File photograph: iStock

A man who resigned from his job under duress, after being brought out to sea in a speedboat by his boss and aggressively questioned about missing mone(...)

Jailed former Anglo chief executive David Drumm: brief fees in his trial were the highest paid by the DPP for any trial in 2018. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The legal team that made the case that led to the jailing of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm was paid a total of €1.123 million. (...)

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