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Mr Justice Simons said the offer was a very good one given the risk the case carried if it went to hearing.

A widow whose husband was killed, along with his close friend and neighbour, in a farm accident has secured some €282,500 under a settlement of her Hi(...)

Jim Bolger’s attempt to jolt the system shouldn’t be dismissed. Photograph: Inpho

It’s six weeks since Jim Bolger declared drugs to be Irish racing’s number one problem. He doesn’t believe there’s a level playing field. These are in(...)

Patrick Stanley (16) from Clara, Co Offaly, was killed by the bomb in Belturbet, Co Cavan,  in 1972.

December 28th was the Catholic feast day of The Holy Innocents, Joseph Stanley often recalled in the years that followed 1972, the day that everything(...)

Ronnie Hanna has been informed that he is not to face charges in relation to the £1.2 billion sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland assets portfolio to US investment fund Cerberus. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

Former senior Nama executive Ronnie Hanna has been informed that he is not to face charges in relation to Project Eagle, the £1.2 billion sale of Nama(...)

‘Declan O’Rourke is CEO of Aviva’s general insurance business, John Quinlan has left the business,’ a spokeswoman for Aviva said in response to questions from The Irish Times

Aviva Insurance Ireland has confirmed the departure of its former chief executive John Quinlan, who went on leave from the general insurer more than a(...)

Norwegian last month elected to seek the Irish courts’ protection as its 140 aircraft are held in companies registered in the Republic. Photograph:  Getty Images

Creditors in Scandinavia have filed claims of close to €170 million against troubled airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS), which has court protection i(...)

The investors say they invested sums between €100,000 and €400,000 in the funds which they allege were promoted between 2002 and 2006. Photograph: iStock

A Supreme Court ruling has cleared the way for investors to pursue key claims in their actions against AIB over losses sustained after investing in ce(...)

In 2018, Sean Dunne was directed by the court to make payments of €7,000 monthly. Photograph: Collins Courts

An application by bankrupt businessman Sean Dunne to vary an order requiring him to pay €7,000 a month for the benefit of creditors in his Irish bankr(...)

The Four Courts, Dublin

An online car hire company suing over its alleged entitlement to pick up customers at Dublin Airport has been given until July to see if it can come u(...)

File photograph from 1985 of  Joanne Hayes leaving the tribunal of enquiry into the Kerry Babies. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Joanne Hayes, who was wrongly accused of murdering an infant over 35 years ago, and her siblings, want the High Court to declare all findings of wrong(...)

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