Peter White

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The actions concerning Trevor White, above, and members of his family arose following the breakdown of a settlement agreement entered into in 2017 in relation to  loan facilities advanced in 2005

Publisher Trevor White has resolved a High Court dispute with a financial fund on terms which will allow him to keep his family home. In separate bu(...)

Trevor White:   had obtained a protective certificate  from the Circuit Court

Publisher and food critic Trevor White has pulled out of moves to seek a personal insolvency arrangement to deal with his debts, the High Court has he(...)

“There will be another crisis, that’s for sure. And it may not be in banking,” says the former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan

In the wake of the banking crisis the former governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan had the “common sense view” that some of the reckless behavi(...)

Trevor White and members of his family are being sued over debts of €5.6m.

Businessman and restaurateur Peter White, other members of his family and a company are being sued at the Commercial Court over alleged non payment of(...)

Claire Nolan and her daughter Deia in the kitchen of her Glasthule home. Photograph: Dave Meehan

It’s not surprising when Claire Nolan reveals she spent more than 13 years living in LA, before deciding to return to her childhood village in Dublin.(...)

Shanahan’s, a steak house, is operated by John Shanahan, who is based in Florida

The Royal College of Surgeons will strengthen its hold on the west side of Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green after agreeing to purchase the Georgian buildin(...)

 Vinny Hammond records a Lions training session in Queenstown. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

The Lions are a machine, and they’ve needed to be. To transport 41 players, plus add-ons, and up to around 40 support staff and some 20 tonnes of lugg(...)

16 Wellington Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

A large end-of-terrace house on Wellington Road in Ballsbridge was once offices for its former restaurateur and auctioneer owner. Fifteen years ago – (...)

  Alan Dukes: In 1989, polls showed him  as the most respected party leader. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In the aftermath of the general election, we are being told how the Dáil could work more effectively with the government being obliged to listen to al(...)