Michael Quinn

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Publican Frank Quinn, who had been ill for a number of months, died on Thursday. Photograph: Eric Luke

Publican Frank Quinn has died at the age of 70. With his brother Michael, Mr Quinn owned the Dublin pubs Toner’s, the 51 Bar and the Waterloo, as well(...)

Two children hold pictures of Bloody Sunday victims James Wray and William McKinney during a vigil in west Belfast. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire.

A decision on whether to move the trial of Soldier F from Derry to Belfast has been adjourned for a month to allow the former soldier’s defence team t(...)

Paddy Tally’s Down side beat Longford late on in Newry. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Down 2-13 Longford 1-14 A goal from James Guinness in the 69th minute proved to be decisive as Longford suffered their first Division Three defeat in(...)

Longford’s Michael Quinn scores his  goal despite the attentions of Shane Nally and Niall Darby. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Longford 1-12 Offaly 0-11 It wasn’t plain sailing but there was no disputing the merit of Longford’s win when they beat Offaly in the O’Byrne Cup fin(...)

One of the only ways to overturn the award now worth more than $9 billion is to prove fraud or corruption in the foundation of the contract, legal experts said. Photograph: iStock

Lawyers for the Nigerian government on Friday filed “new and substantive” allegations of fraud with a British court in its ongoing fight against an ar(...)

The dispute with Nigeria relates to a failed 2010 deal to develop a gas-processing plant. Photograph: iStock

The Nigerian government on Thursday placed a bank guarantee of $200 million (€182 million) with the high court in London to secure a stay on asset sei(...)

Pictures of the victims of Bloody Sunday being carried through the crowd of thousands after the 25th anniversary march for Bloody Sunday in Derry. Photograph: Brian Little/PA

Lawyers representing the families of nine of those killed on Bloody Sunday have asked the North’s Public Prosecution Service (PPS) to review its decis(...)

The dispute with Nigeria relates to a failed 2010 deal to develop a gas-processing plant. Photograph: iStock

Nigeria has lodged an appeal against an order to pay $200 million (€181 million) to a British court for a stay on asset seizures while it challenges a(...)

Everett’s in Waterford

A bridal party on the steps of the hotel are making the most of the remains of the day. They’ve hit the jackpot with their Wednesday wedding in Waterf(...)

Former British soldier Dennis Hutchings rides with ex-serviceman down Whitehall in protest at the prosecution of Soldier F for two killings during the Bloody Sunday massacre. Photograph: Tess De La Mare/PA Wire

Thousands of former servicemen brought parts of central London to a standstill in protest against the prosecution of “Soldier F” for his alleged role (...)

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