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Paul Hyde, the deputy chairman of An Bord Pleanála, has temporarily stepped aside from his role amid growing disquiet in planning and political circles over claims of impropriety in his personal declarations to the  authority. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The independence of An Bord Pleanála is important and has to be beyond “any perception” of potential inappropriate behaviour, Taoiseach Micheál Martin(...)

Paul Hyde had insisted the allegations made against him were groundless. File photograph

The deputy chairman of An Bord Pleanála will not have access to his electronic systems or documentation until investigations into alleged conflicts of(...)

Paul Hyde had insisted the allegations made against him were groundless. File photograph

The deputy chairman of An Bord Pleanála will not have access to their electronic systems or documentation until investigations into alleged conflicts (...)

 Social Democrats TD Gary  Gannon confirmed he would no longer be seeking a position on the board of the homeless charity. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Social Democrats TD Gary Gannon has withdrawn his nomination for a position on the board of Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH), along with two other i(...)

Councillor Christy Burke has temporarily taken over as interim chair of the board of Inner City Helping Homeless. Photograph: Collins

Councillor Christy Burke has temporarily taken over as interim chair of the board of Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH), following the recent resignat(...)

The only one who seemed well-prepared and asked a succession of erudite, intelligent questions – and who seemed genuinely interested in the answers – was Sinn Féin senator Pádraig Mac Lochlainn (pictured, with microphone, in 2017). Photograph: Alan Betson

Business journalists don’t get out that much. We tend to be kept locked in the basement to crunch numbers and write about profits and bonds. If we’re (...)

Dwyer claims provisions of the Communications (Retention of Data) Act 2011, which allowed gardaí obtain and use data generated by his mobile phone during his 2015 trial, breached his privacy rights under the Constitution, European Convention on Human Rights and the EU Charter.

The sole purpose of Graham Dwyer’s challenge to Ireland’s data retention laws is to show his rights were breached when information from his mobile pho(...)

 Graham Dwyeris brough into court in 2013.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Graham Dwyer has asked the High Court to strike down provisions of the law that allowed data from mobile phones to be used as evidence during his tria(...)

Deirdre  Foley faces a single charge of impeding a Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) inspector as well as three counts of breaking protection of employment laws, including failure to notify the Minister for Jobs of collective redundancies.

A prosecution case against businesswoman Deirdre Foley stemming from collective redundancies following the takeover of Clerys department store in Dubl(...)

The State Claims Agency paid out just under €4.8m to the top-10-earning barristers in 2016. Photographs: Getty Images

One barrister earned nearly €1 million in fees last year for representing the State in High Court actions. The payments were made by the State Claims(...)

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