John Dunne

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 Owenbridge managing director John Dunne on Drury Street Dublin with the collapsible waste container called the Bagbin. Photograph: Bryan O’ Brien

A new waste receptacle which aims to eliminate bin bags from Dublin’s streets has gone on trial in the city centre. Bagbin, a collapsible waste conta(...)

Google plans to block third-party cookies on its Chrome web browser from late 2023, while Apple did so on its Safari browser last year.  Photograph: iStock

Media agencies expect Google and Facebook to benefit from the demise of third-party web cookies, putting Irish publishers who lose access to personal(...)

Dublin City Council  is seeking to eliminate bags from the streets altogether as they cause ‘significant litter problems’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

When a means to end the scourge of bin bags being ripped open by vermin and their contents strewn across the capital’s streets was needed, Dublin City(...)

Seán Dunne bought Walford in 2005 for €57 million.

An appeal by a company owned by developer Seán Dunne’s son John Dunne over a €1.4 million stamp duty bill on the 2013 sale of the house “Walford” on S(...)

Seán Dunne pictured in 2019. The action has been taken by John Dunne, the businessman’s son from his first marriage, along with Seán Dunne’s four sons, who are all minors, with Gayle Killilea. Photograph: Douglas Healey

The High Court has granted family members of bankrupt businessman Seán Dunne a temporary injunction preventing him from selling or dissipating the pro(...)

Yesreb had argued it was liable for only €270,000 on the sale of Walford, located on Shrewsbury Road in Dublin 4

A company owned by bankrupt developer Seán Dunne’s son John Dunne is liable for €1.4 million in stamp duty on the 2013 sale of what was once the count(...)

Gardaí mount a checkpoint on the Stillorgan dual carriageway to help clampdown on people leaving Dublin for Easter weekend last year. File photograph: Crispin Rodwell

The highest percentage of people moving beyond 10km from home last year occurred during the week up to Christmas Eve, according to the Central Statist(...)

Walford, on Shrewsbury Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, was bought in 2005 for €57 million in trust by Mr Dunne for his now ex-wife Gayle Killilea

A company owned by bankrupt developer Seán Dunne’s son John Dunne should pay €270,000 stamp duty – and not some €1.4 million as assessed by Revenue – (...)

Developer Seán Dunne. Peter Nolin, who represents Gayle Killilea, said he and Mr Dunne’s US bankruptcy trustee have been in intense negotiations for months. Photograph: Douglas Healey

A lawyer representing Gayle Killilea, ex-wife of onetime Celtic Tiger tycoon Seán Dunne, said on Tuesday that there is “a tentative agreement” to reso(...)

Sean Dunne: bankrupt developer  is taking a legal action against his grown son from his first marriage, John Dunne. Photograph: Douglas Healey

Expressing concern that “justice delayed is justice denied”, bankrupt developer Sean Dunne’s lawyer is seeking a status call with the judge who will m(...)

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