Denise McManus: ‘McFeely gets off scot free.’ Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Denise McManus bought her two-bedroom apartment in Priory Hall off the plans shortly before the apartments were built by Thomas McFeely in 2007. “We (...)

Thomas McFeely was declared bankrupt by the Supreme Court in July 2012 and is due to exit bankruptcy next March. File photograph: Johnathan Adam Davies

Eight years since more than 250 people were ordered from their homes in Priory Hall, the reconstruction of the condemned complex in the Clongriffin ar(...)

New Priory estate: Of the 105 newly completed apartments, 49 are being sold on the open market, 39 will be used for social housing and 17 will be handed back to buy-to-let investors.   File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The cost of rebuilding Priory Hall, the notorious fire-trap Dublin apartment complex, will exceed €50 million which is five times more than originally(...)

Gabrielle Kavanagh  on a balcony  at Cathedral Court, Dublin 8. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Built in 2000: News of fire-safety defects at this complex first came to light in The Irish Times in December 2(...)

Views of Longboat Quay Apartments on Sir John Rogersons Quay, Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

More than 600 residents of a Dublin docklands apartment complex face evacuation from their homes on Thursday on the orders of Dublin Fire Brigade, if (...)

The Bernard McNamara apartment complex was built in the latter stages of the property boom and the company involved subsequently went into receivership. Photograph: Hooke & MacDonald

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority, which is in wind-down mode, is up before the Dáil Public Accounts Committee today, where it may or may not(...)

The  former home of property developer Tom McFeely at Coolbawn, Ailesbury Road,  Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.  File Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Nama has secured final judgment for €8m against the wife of Priory Hall builder Thomas McFeely arising out of an unpaid loan secured on the family ho(...)

Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald TD addresses the party’s árdfheis. She urged party members to vote in favour of a motion allowing them to vote on the issue of abortion according to their conscience. Photograph: Sinn Féin.

Abortion poses the biggest threat to the unity of Sinn Féin since the peace process, the party's ardfheis has been told as delegates voted agai(...)