Francesca Comyn is joined by Michael Brennan, Róisín Burke, Mary Regan and Jack Horgan-Jones
Eve Doherty wrote to the Disclosures Tribunal earlier this year, asking to be included
Glenda Genockey was offered a job by the bank, but her Leaving Certificate results showed she had failed maths
Annual report states premium increases of 300 per cent were being quoted to retain a judicial review extension on the policy
The action, lodged last week, relates to the dissemination on social media of allegedly false and damaging claims made about Dahlan
Nevin was found guilty of her husband's murder in 2000
The professional services giant’s main task will be to survey gardaí and carry out focus groups
Developer John Morrissey has ratcheted up six-figure pre-trial legal costs in his High Court dama...
Insufficient company funds in the collapsed broker Custom House Capital (CHC) could leave liquida...
An adverse costs ruling could scupper Ian Bailey’s chances of bringing a fresh case against gar...
Frank Clarke was the popular choice to replace Susan Denham, writes Francesca Comyn
Last week, the Disclosures Tribunal moved from its original focus to another, more unexpected revelation: the atmosphere of grievance and hostility against the whistleblower, which may have ultimately been the cause of his near-downfall