John Dunne

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 David Byrne (42) of Sunnyhill, Castlemartin Lodge, Kilcullen, Co Kildare   told gardaí he couldn’t recall being advised not to drive in 1997. Photograph: Collins Courts

A visually-impaired man who caused the death of a 70-year-old woman through dangerous driving has been allowed attend his son’s First Holy Communion b(...)

The Revenue this week set out various options that Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe might pursue in his first budget on October 10th. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Pre-budget speculation ramped up this week with the publication of papers from the Tax Strategy Group. The group of senior civil servants set out vari(...)

Seán Dunne.  The property developer  has been found in contempt by a US court. Photograph: Steve Miller

Property developer Seán Dunne has been found in contempt by a US court for disobeying a subpoena compelling him to produce emails about his property d(...)

Seán Dunne: pursued by creditors owed about €700m, the Carlow developer filed for bankruptcy in the US in 2013 and was made bankrupt in Dublin later that year. Photograph:  Steve Miller

The official overseeing the US bankruptcy of Seán Dunne has asked a court to approve an order compelling Google to hand over emails from two Gmail acc(...)

Seán Dunne, adjudicated bankrupt here in July  2013, was due to exit bankruptcy in July 2016 but cannot pending the hearing of the application by Chris Lehane to extend it by the maximum five years permissible

Seán Dunne has appealed a refusal to permit him cross-examine his Irish bankruptcy official in a forthcoming hearing aimed at extending the developer’(...)

The Central Statistics Office wants to force mobile phone network providers to hand over roaming data about tourists and Irish residents travelling abroad. File Photograph

An extraordinary stand-off has emerged between the State’s official statistics body and the data protection watchdog over a plan by the Central Statis(...)

Separating waste inside Panda Waste Management’s recycling plant at Ballymount in Dublin.  Photograph: Peter Murtagh

A pilot scheme aimed at detecting people who persistently abuse free waste recycling by putting black bin rubbish, for which there is a charge, into (...)

I like the Mournes. Youthful by Irish standards, these compact uplands have – unlike the Wicklow and Slieve Bloom mountains – yet to be worn down by (...)

Graham Barrett: ‘What is most frustrating is that the reasons we are so far behind are as clear as day. Our structures are outdated and they have been failing us for a long time, yet we still dance around the subject and pretend that we are doing something, when the reality is that we are not doing nearly enough.’

I believe there are huge issues at grassroots/underage level within Irish football - issues that are either not given enough recognition, underplayed (...)

Two major support groups for carers in Ireland have merged to form a new organisation. File photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Two major support groups for carers have merged to provide a “stronger national voice” for the estimated 200,000 Irish people who look after family me(...)

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