James Byrne

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Kinahan cartel: Liam Byrne heads what the Criminal Assets Bureau calls the “Byrne organised-crime group”

Liam Byrne, a trusted associate of the Kinahan cartel, is among the most powerful figures in Irish organised crime Like a stereotypical London v(...)

Patrick Hutch leaves the Special Criminal Court after all charges were dropped against him regarding the Regency Hotel murder. Photograph: Padraig O’Reilly

Garda Headquarters and the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (Gsoc) are to carry out separate inquiries into the collapse of the trial on Wednesday (...)

Kate Ellis: Sraith is a lonely and absorbing meditation for cello and electronics where  Ellis  in effect duets with herself, partnered by the notes she has already played and which then are manipulated by a sound engineer

“Just beyond the confines of Western tuning” is how composer Barry O’Halpin (b. 1987) neatly describes one aspect of his piece grave goods for solo el(...)

Murder weapon: In 1881, a man accused of murder in Monkstown didn’t own a razor, but preferred to go to a barber’s in Dublin. Photograph: Illustration/iStock

A labourer watched his neighbour, Fanny Collins, shouting insults through the window of her house at Monkstown Avenue, Dublin. As she stood at her bac(...)

James Byrne performing  with Soak. Photograph: Joey Wharton.

James Byrne is excited about music again. The Dubliner has been working in music for as long as he’s been old enough to do so, as a radio presenter on(...)

Liam Byrne carries his brother David’s  coffin at his funeral in Dublin last year. Photograph: The Irish Times

The High Court has dismissed applications brought by six people linked to the Kinahan crime organisation to have their legal costs covered by the Stat(...)

Adjoining period office buildings on Crofton Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin.

An unusual opportunity to convert two Dún Laoghaire seafront period office buildings into 13 apartments is on sale from Wednesday at €4 million throug(...)

The pension fund has been the subject of disputes between the ESB and its workers. In 2008, its actuarial deficit – the difference between future liabilities and income – was €1.96 billion.

Irish investment group Tetrarch Capital and joint venture partner Pimco have agreed the sale of their Ulysses and Millennium Park office portfolio to (...)

Kevin McGeever leaving the Four Courts  after he appeared before the High Court on Tuesday. Photograph: Courts Collins

Former property developer Kevin McGeever, who faked his own kidnapping, will avoid being jailed for contempt if he transfers certain shares to a man s(...)

Caoimhin McGeever, otherwise known as Kevin McGeever, a former property developer, who faked his own kidnapping, could be jailed for contempt of a court order directing him to provide full details of his assets. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire.

A former property developer, who faked his own kidnapping, could be jailed for contempt of a court order directing him to provide full details of his(...)

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