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John Downey arrives for an extradition hearing in Dublin. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

A high-profile former garda has been accused in the High Court of helping UK police to “fabricate” evidence against alleged IRA bomber John Downey. (...)

Under the current regulations, there are limits on the amount that credit unions can lend out over five and 10 years.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The Central Bank is proposing to ease the long-term lending restrictions imposed on Irish credit unions to allow them grow their mortgage and commerci(...)

Irish League of Credit Unions headquarters on Mount Street,  Dublin. A recent Central Bank report found assets in Irish credit unions have reached a record high of €17.2bn

The scale of what credit unions can do in terms of lending to small and medium-sized enterprises and the issuing of mortgages to house hunters is “sev(...)

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The Supreme Court has reserved judgment on a bid by an Algerian man with alleged links to Islamic terrorism to prevent his deportation. The deportati(...)

Sonia Blount who was found dead in a  room at the Plaza Hotel in Tallaght in  February  2014. Photograph: Collins

The psychiatrist of a man accused of murder has told his trial that it’s “entirely possible” that the defendant had “intentionally killed, ie murdered(...)

Firefighters and engineers at the scene of a crash between a Luas and a car on Wednesday, in which the car became wedged between a support stanchion and and the tram, near Tallaght Hospital.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin

1. ‘Irish Times’ poll: Fianna Fáil pulls ahead of Fine Gael to become most popular party Fianna Fáil has pulled ahead of Fine Gael to become the most(...)

ILCU believes there will be no contagion from Rush and noted the leagues intention to fund a social housing initiative worth €500m.

The chief executive of the Irish League of Credit Unions, Ed Farrell, is “quietly confident” that there won’t be a repeat of events at Rush Credit Uni(...)

Independent TD Michael Lowry  denies charges of allegedly filing incorrect income tax returns for the year 2002 and of conniving in the alleged delivery by his company Garuda of incorrect corporation tax returns for the years ending 2002 and 2006.

The DPP has incorrectly placed “centre stage” an Appeals Commissioner finding that Michael Lowry misappropriated €372,000 from a company of his in 200(...)

Michael Lowry TD alleges the decision to transfer his trial to Dublin breaches his rights and amounts to his being punished for being popular with voters in Co Tipperary. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Independent TD Michael Lowry claims the DPP is pursuing an “improper policy” of pursuing him over alleged tax offences. A Revenue Appeals Commissio(...)

Intervention by European Court of Human Rights  “changed the landscape” of case, according to Remy Farrell SC

Plans to deport a man allegedly involved with Islamic State have been put on hold following a dramatic intervention by the European Court of Human Rig(...)

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