While Harris is universally recognised as a top-class policeman, the question being asked is whether his previous PSNI work alongside MI5 makes him unsuitable to lead Ireland's security operations
Litigants claim they were fleeced for €4 million. Backers accuse it of engaging in ‘all or nothing binary options’ deals with Israeli businessmen
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Eli Lilly says €2m case must not hold up works at Kinsale plant
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Remembered as a high water mark of Irish Catholicism, the Papal Mass in Dublin’s Phoenix Park on September 29, 1979 was the biggest public event ever staged in this country. Faced with the challenge of punishing deadlines, security threats and a meagre budget by today’s standards, the organisers delivered what became an indelible cultural memory to a live audience of more than a million people. As Ireland prepares for the visit of Pope Francis later this month, Francesca Comyn looks back at the epic preparations of 39 years ago
One local expert retained as a witness over two days in a High Court action was paid €27,230 by the State Claims Agency while a second, who also attended the hearing over two days, was paid €19,870, the court was told
Personal insolvency practitioner Mitchell O’Brien argues that the 10,700 non-performing Permanent TSB loans sold to vulture fund Lone Star last week could have been resolved in less than two years using the existing insolvency infrastructure
Creditor Balark, owned by rival developer Pat Crean of the Marlet group, has brought a motion to oust the current liquidator of Chambury, an insolvent firm linked to developer Johnny Ronan
Eric Eoin Marques, the Irish man described by the FBI as the world’s largest facilitator of child pornography, was arrested on an extradition warrant in Dublin in August 2013 and has been in custody ever since
Shortlisted builders will now prepare full plans for a new urban quarter covering 12.6 acres of city. Drinks giant Diageo aiming to convert historic brewery site into mixed-use development