Harry Crosbie

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John Banville, when asked to contribute to a collection of six-word “stories”, wrote: “Should have lived more, written less”. Photograph: Roberto Ricciuti/Getty Images

It’s not the best marketing line for a memoir. “It’s rather short on facts about myself,” says John Banville, sphinx-like. He prefers to call it a qu(...)

A file image of businessman Harry Crosbie who   has lost an appeal over Nama’s efforts to recover a €77 million debt. Photograph: The Irish Times

Businessman Harry Crosbie has lost an appeal over Nama’s efforts to recover a €77 million debt under which his personal assets, including his family h(...)

Montevetro in docklands: occupied by Google.

Dublin’s tallest planned office block, the 73m Exo at Point Village, recently got the green light from Dublin City Council – even though a building of(...)

Dunnes Stores’ refusal to release €15 million funds allegedly due under a settlement agreement is frustrating the ability to fund continuing works at the Point Village development in Dublin’s docklands, it has been claimed at the Commercial Court.

Dunnes Stores’ refusal to release €15 million funds allegedly due under a settlement agreement is frustrating the ability to fund continuing works at (...)

Computer-generated image of the 73m Exo building which will be built facing the East Link Bridge in Dublin’s docklands

Plans for Dublin’s tallest office block, a 73m-tall (240ft) building at the Point Village at the northside entrance to the city’s docklands, have been(...)

Businessman Harry Crosbie  argued NALM was not entitled to seek an order enforcing the judgment against his home in Hanover Quay, Dublin, his son Simon’s home in Blackrock, Dublin, and some assets of his wife, Rita. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

Businessman Harry Crosbie has argued a “gross injustice” has been done to him because Nama failed to honour an agreement that certain personal assets,(...)

Michelle Morrison leaving the Four Courts after giving evidence in her High Court action against her neighbours. Photograph: Collins Courts

Michelle Morrison has told the High Court that privacy and sea views were important considerations for herself and her husband, singer Van Morrison, w(...)

This teak windowed penthouse designed by de Blacam and Meagher was feted in international architectural journals when it was constructed in 2000. I(...)

The proposed 17-storey Exo building in Dublin’s docklands

Plans for Dublin’s tallest office block, a 73m-tall building at the Point Village at the northside entrance to the city’s docklands, will be lodged t(...)

 The cranes are back and construction around the docklands continues on North Wall Quay.  Photograph: Sara Freund

Last year, with the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) not quite cold in its grave, An Bord Pleanála approved Dublin City Council’s plans f(...)

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