James Treacy

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 Dalata’s  non-executive chairman John Hennessy  and chief executive Pat McCann:  claim Dublin needs a 1,000-bedroom superhotel is “the biggest load of rot”. Photograph: Eric Luke

Hotels, tourism, hospitality – it’s all about hosting and being polite. So it was noticeable how scathing Dalata’s Pat McCann, the country’s biggest h(...)

 Garry Ringrose: recovering following an operation on his ankle. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Leinster coach Stuart Lancaster believes Garry Ringrose is already showing willingness to make a return after an operation on his ankle, which will ke(...)

Sean O’Brien is unlikely to feature for Leinster in the Champions Cup this weekend. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Ireland and Leinster backrow Seán O’Brien is unlikely to line out against Glasgow this weekend in the first of Leinster’s two weeks of European Champi(...)

One victim said James Treacy had told him the “sick and twisted” abuse was his own fault, and that if he told anyone, his mother, who was in ill health at the time, would die

A judge has described the effects of sexual attacks on fifth class boys by their teacher as a “nuclear fallout” for the victims and their families. (...)

Former Christian Brother, James Seamus Treacy,  was found guilty in Limerick Circuit Court of 15 counts of indecent assault on three former male pupils in the 1970’s Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

A former Christian brother who would “lick” his pupils ears while sexually abusing them in class, has been found guilty by a jury of 15 counts of inde(...)

The Four Courts. The Bank Of Ireland’s  case for the summary judgment against James and Brigid Treacy, Butlerstown House, Kilotteran, Co Waterford, arises from a loan facility issued in connection with the development of Butlerstown Retail Park in Co Waterford.

A couple are being pursued for €27 million by Bank of Ireland at the Commercial Court. The bank’s case for the summary judgment against James a(...)

One fifth of companies in the Irish food and drinks industry have poor credit ratings that should prompt suppliers to seek reassu(...)

B&Q’s store at Liffey Valley Retail Park in Co Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Home improvements chain B&Q’s bid to have several lease agreements for its stores set aside were adjourned at the High Court today. T(...)