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Two men who acted as “gardeners” in a cannabis grow house with a “theoretical” worth of €1.6 million have been sentenced to over two years in prison. (...)

 Nicholas Devlin said he had been ejected from McSorley’s pub in Ranelagh after an incident with bar staff clearing away his group’s drinks. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A Galway resident has been acquitted of assaulting a man who later had to have part of his testicle removed. Raymond Leonard (35) of Sliabh Ban, Ball(...)

 Raymond Leonard (35) of Sliabh Ban, Ballybane, Galway, arriving at  Dublin Circuit Criminal Court on Wednesday where he  pleaded not guilty to assaulting Nicholas Devlin causing him harm. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

A Galway resident has gone on trial accused of assaulting another man who had to have part of his testicle removed following the altercation. Raymond(...)

Almost a decade after the banking crisis, the trust of bank customers has been shaken again by the tracker-mortgage scandal. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

You would not expect a conversation over a pint in a sleepy Connemara hotel after a day of fishing to be earth-shattering, but one such fireside chat (...)

Former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank David Drumm arriving for his sentencing hearing in June. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Central Bank is seeking transcripts from the recent trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm for an investigation into the fit(...)

Stephen O’Connor (19), of Castle Manor, Newcastle, Co Wicklow, leaving  Dublin Circuit Criminal Court  after receiving a suspended sentence. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

A Wicklow teenager who stole two bags of cash while he was working with security company G4S has been given an 18 month suspended sentence. Stephen O(...)

Ken Glennon removes the Anglo Irish Bank signage and lettering from its former headquarters on  St Stephen’s Green in Dublin following the bank’s closure. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

Another sentencing of a former Anglo Irish Bank executive, another negative judgment for the Financial Regulator and what it knew - or should have bee(...)

David Drumm (51)   has received a suspended 15-month sentence as “instigator” of an illegal share-buying scheme aimed at halting Anglo Irish Bank’s sliding share price in July 2008.

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has received a suspended 15-month sentence as “instigator” of an illegal share-buying scheme aimed(...)

Former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank David Drumm has pleaded guilty to to authorising unlawful loans to 10 property developers to buy shares in Anglo. he will be sentenced on Tuesday.   Photograph: Collins Courts

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm will be sentenced on Tuesday at 2pm for his role in an illegal share-buying scheme aimed at proppi(...)

At the end of his recent trial on Anglo’s fraudulent deposits, former Anglo chief executive David Drumm cut a defeated figure. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

David Drumm’s guilty plea to charges of authorising unlawful financial assistance at Anglo Irish Bank brings the curtain down on the last of the crimi(...)

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