Michael Quinn

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Nigeria is embroiled in a fight with Process & Industrial Developments (P&ID), which was founded by Irish investors Michael Quinn and Brendan Cahill, over a failed 2010 deal to develop a gas processing plant. Photograph: iStock

Irish authorities and AIB are being drawn into a high-profile international legal dispute between Nigeria and a company founded by Irish investors tha(...)

Bloody Sunday victims’ family members make their way to a Derry courthouse as the first listing of the case against Soldier F takes place. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

The case against the former British soldier accused of two counts of murder in Derry on Bloody Sunday on January 30th, 1972, began on Wednesday in a D(...)

Long table dinner at Sage in Midleton during the East Cork festival

September is food festival prime time, with some of the country’s biggest events taking place in the coming weeks. The East Cork Food & Drink Fest(...)

Above, earlier this year, a minute of silence for the victims of Bloody Sunday was observed during a news conference after the announcement of the decision whether to charge soldiers involved in the Bloody Sunday events, in Derry. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

A number of Bloody Sunday families have rejected a statement by a sister of one of those killed in 1972 that Soldier F should not be imprisoned if he (...)

President Muhammadu Buhari has ordered Nigeria’s economic and financial crimes commission, its national intelligence agency and the police to investigate the circumstances of the 2010 deal. Photograph: Ben Curtis/AP

The Nigerian government has ordered a criminal investigation into a failed gas deal between the state and a company founded by Irish investors, which (...)

The agreement was meant to see P&ID build a gas refinery in in the southern Nigerian city of Calabar.  Photograph: /AFP/Getty Images

The Nigerian government has said it will appeal a $9 billion (€8.1 billion) judgment handed down by a UK court last week in favour of an Irish-backed (...)

Lawyers representing the Nigerian government argued the award should not be enforced because England was not the correct place for the case. Photograph: iStock

A judge in London said on Friday he would grant an Irish-owned company the right to seek to seize some $9 billion (€8.1 billion) in assets from the Ni(...)

Tyrone’s Cathal McShane celebrates scoring one of his two goals in the All-Ireland SFC qualifier gainst Longford at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Longford 1-14 Tyrone 2-15 Longford offered up two first-half goals that were seized upon by Tyrone’s Cathal McShane as they claimed a four-point win (...)

The Nigerian government says the scale of the damages is not warranted. Photograph: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images

An Irish-owned company is due to ask the British courts to enforce a $9 billion (€8 billion) award against Nigeria’s government in a dispute over a ga(...)

Linda Nash whose youngest brother William Nash died on Bloody Sunday with Eamonn McCann outside the city hotel. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

There is understandable disappointment in Derry at the decision of the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service to charge just one former British s(...)

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