Thomas Murphy

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Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) Board members Sonia O’Sullivan (right) and CEO of Swim Ireland Sarah Keane arrive at the offices of law firm Arthur Cox in Dublin City centre where the OCI held a meeting to discuss the Olympic tickets controversy.  Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

After a meeting of its executives that lasted over five hours, the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) has decided to appoint a legal firm in Brazil “to (...)

John Delaney and Pat Hickey at an Olympic Council of Ireland extraordinary meeting in 2008: the FAI chief executive has been touted as a possible successor at the head of the OCI. Photograph: James Crombie/INPHO

Patrick Hickey Mr Hickey has temporarily stepped aside as OCI president and other Olympic roles as he is currently in Rio de Janeiro’s Bangu Prison a(...)

31 Rathgar Avenue,  Dublin 6

As anyone knows who has ever watched one of the many TV shows about refurbishment, the process is inevitably fraught with difficulties. It usually st(...)

Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy arrives at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The SDLP, DUP and Ulster Unionist Party have welcomed the 18-month sentence given to Thomas “Slab” Murphy for tax evasion. The DUP leader and First(...)

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams said he will not take a ministerial salary if elected to government.

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams said he will not take a ministerial salary if elected to government. Speaking on RTÉ radio on Monday, Mr Adams said he (...)

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has insisted Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy should have been tried for tax offences before a jury. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Sinn Féin’s reaction to the trial of prominent republican Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy over tax offences taking place at the non-jury Special Criminal Court i(...)

Thomas “Slab” Murphy arriving at the Special Criminal Court: the court was “satisfied beyond reasonable doubt” Murphy was guilty on all of the indictment’s counts. Photograph: Collins Courts

On the 13th day of the trial for tax evasion of Thomas “Slab” Murphy, his defence counsel, John Kearney QC, apologised to the court. “You didn’t wande(...)

 Thomas “Slab” Murphy, who  has pleaded not guilty to tax offences related to  the years 1996/97 to 2004, outside the Special Criminal Court, Dublin, November 3rd, 2015. Photograph: Collins Courts

A forensic accountant working with the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) conducted an objective analysis of documents found in a shed on the Border, the Sp(...)

Thomas ‘Slab’ Murphy (66), of Ballybinaby, Hackballscross, Co Louth, has pleaded not guilty to tax offences for the years 1996/97 to 2004. Photograph: Collins Courts

A forensic accountant working for the Criminal Assets Bureau has told the trial of prominent republican Thomas “Slab” Murphy for alleged tax evasion t(...)

Prominent republican Thomas “Slab” Murphy has pleaded not guilty to nine tax offences for the years 1996-97 to 2004 at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin. Photograph: Court Collins

A Co Meath farmer told members of the Criminal Assets Bureau that a man named Thomas Murphy rented land from him and paid him in cash, the trial at th(...)

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