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 Insolvency specialist Ken Fennell has worked through the ‘dark days’ of the 1980s, the Irish economy’s subsequent Celtic Tiger growth, the financial crash, and now Covid-19. ‘This will play out differently,’ he says.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With signs that the Covid-19 tide may begin receding this year – albeit much later than many hoped six months ago – the Central Bank of Ireland and ot(...)

Gardaí have warned people to be wary of calls which come from a number almost identical to that of the the ‘Garda Confidential Line’ in which personal financial details are requested. Photograph: iStock

Gardaí are warning people that scammers are targeting members of the public in a phone-based confidence trick by posing as members of the force and us(...)

By midnight, several public order unit vans and gardaí had arrived at the back of the former Henry Street store. Photograph: Jade Wilson

Gardaí removed a number of protestors from the former Debenhams store on Henry Street on Thursday night after they had locked themselves inside the lo(...)

The car parts were seized in a raid on a business premises in Finglas, Dublin at 9.45am on Thursday. Photograph: An Garda Síochána

Gardaí have seized 2,150 catalytic converters and 14 drums of smelted catalytic converters, with a combined value of €2.2 million. The car parts wer(...)

The GPG Redress Group has been set up to act on behalf of Irish investors affected by the German company’s collapse. Image: iStock

Some 40 financial broker firms whose clients were among over 1,800 Irish investors hit by the collapse of Hannover-based German Property Group (GPG) h(...)

Patrick Coffey’s large property at Upper Ballycasheen, Killarney, Co Kerry, seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau in the course of Operation Tarmac.

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has taken possession of a palatial house from a Co Kerry man who has been under investigation for his role in a decep(...)

Anyone with information   is asked to contact gardaí at Cavan Garda station.

Armed raiders believed to be using handguns have carried out a post office robbery in a rural village in Co Cavan and escaped with an undisclosed sum(...)

The owner of the house told the court the defendant deliberately damaged the house so they couldn’t sell it to anyone else but him at a reduced price.

A tenant who put a family through a “living hell” by cutting the rafters on the house he was renting in a bid to force the owners to sell him the pro(...)

 Robert Watt worked as interim secretary general at the Department of Health until Cabinet decided on Tuesday to appoint him to the permanent position. File photograph: Collins Photos

Robert Watt, the newly appointed Department of Health secretary general, is being asked to explain how his waiving of some of the €292,000 salary that(...)

File image of recruits of Templemore. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Garda watchdog’s investigation into the administration of European funds at the Garda training college in Templemore has been hit by “unforeseen d(...)

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