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John Corr of Vergemount Hall, Clonskeagh, pleaded guilty to seven counts of dishonestly inducing the HSE scheme to make a reimbursement at locations in Co Dublin and Co Louth. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The owner of a chain of pharmacies who fraudulently obtained payments from the HSE’s Primary Care Reimbursement Service has been ordered to complete (...)

A view of the Dublin crest at Croke Park. Dublin footballers will not face any sanctions for Covid-19 breaches. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inphi

Organisers of a training session involving members of the Dublin Football team will not face fines or criminal charges. The players were photographed(...)

 A drone view of cars lining up for  water distribution at the Fountain Life Center  in Houston, Texas, on Saturday. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty

President Joe Biden approved a major disaster declaration for the state of Texas on Saturday as it struggles with the fallout from a winter storm that(...)

 Pictured in Bray, Co Wicklow are Stephen Kavanagh (left), manager of The Anchor, and Shane O’Farrell (right), owner of several pubs in the area, including The Anchor, The Ardmore, Max & Harvey’s, The Wild Goose and Butler & Barry’s. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Many people breathed a sigh of relief on Monday night when Taoiseach Micheál Martin announced that the country was moving to Level 3 instead of Level (...)

Liam Campbell’s case was not “necessarily about the strength of the point in the case” but it was whether or not there was “uncertainty”, the judge said.

Liam Campbell, who was found civilly liable for the 1998 Omagh bombing, has been granted leave by the High Court to appeal a Lithuanian extradition or(...)

ILCU chief executive Ed Farrell: ‘It is disappointing that the regulator is maintaining the status quo in the changed circumstances’

The Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU) has accused the sector’s regulator of double standards after it denied its request for leeway on regulation d(...)

The Irish Concrete Federation confirms demand for aggregates in Ireland is at 12 tonnes per capita; twice the current EU 28 average. Photograph: iStock

The State will need to produce an estimated 1.5 billion tonnes of aggregates – crushed rock, sand and gravel – to meet housing and infrastructure dema(...)

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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