Brendan Smyth

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 Brendan Smyth (right) leaving court in Dublin in 1997. Photograph: Alan Betson

A Stg £25,000 payment made to a man who sued in the Northern Ireland courts over being sexually abused as a child over years by paedophile priest Fr B(...)

Archbishop Seán Brady:  the Irish Catholic Church could play a useful role in advising the new Vatican commission on child abuse, he said yesterday. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

It has been a long road. Based on the findings of the eight reviews of child protection published yesterday, we can conclude that much has been achiev(...)

The Dublin industrial market recorded a 48 per cent increase in the volume of space transacted in the year up to the end of September compared to 2012(...)

Cardinal Sean Brady is being sued in his personal capacity over his role as part-time secretary to Bishop McKiernan in 1975 during the investigation of complaints about Fr Brendan Smyth, since deceased. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A brother and sister suing Cardinal Sean Brady and another bishop arising from abuse suffered at the hands of clerical child abuser Brendan Smyth wil(...)

 Cardinal Sean Brady: might permit himself a smile as he observes Gerry Adams discovering that sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. Photograph: Eric Luke

Parallels between the way the Catholic Church and the republican movement have handled allegations concerning aspects of child sex abuse and cover-up (...)

The site at Sarah Curran Avenue in Rathfarnham

With developers back in the market looking for housing and commercial sites, selling activity has clearly accelerated in recent weeks after being dorm(...)

The headquarters built for Caterpillar Aerodrome Business Park in Rathcoole

A new headquarters building developed in west Dublin in 2010 at cost of over €30 million for the former Caterpillar dealer McCormick MacNaughton has f(...)

Fonthill Business Park in Clondalkin, Dublin 22, has been given a major boost with the decision by United Drug to take a 10-year lease of the former h(...)

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