Leanna Byrne

Leanna Byrne

Leanna Byrne is a news reporter with the Sunday Business Post. Byrne was previously editor of The University Times, Ireland's largest student newspaper, in Trinity College Dublin. Under Byrne's editorship, The University Times won Student Publication of the Year. In 2014, she was selected to participate in Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel's ''Leaders of Tomorrow conference. Byrne, a Trinity graduate, holds a joint-honours BA in Business and Politics.

US court to quiz Dunne over links  to Shrewsbury Road mansion

US court to quiz Dunne over links to Shrewsbury Road mansion

US bankruptcy authorities are to quiz the bust property developer Sean Dunne on his alleged links...

An Appealing prospect?

An Appealing prospect?

The new court aims to improve efficiency, but critics are doubtful

Are Dunne and Killilea still ‘beneficial owners’ of Walford? Ex-neighbours cite ‘communications’ with developer

Are Dunne and Killilea still ‘beneficial owners’ of Walford? Ex-neighbours cite ‘communications’ with developer

The bankrupt property developer Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea remain the beneficial own...

Ken Murphy Published: December 7, 2014

Ken Murphy Published: December 7, 2014

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Delivering hydration with a Twizt

Delivering hydration with a Twizt

Ywizt Hydration What it does: hydration systems for runners Why it works: “We use an intern...

Would I do it to my mammy?

Would I do it to my mammy?

As corporate social responsibility takes centre stage, the ‘mammy question’ is the one that corporations need to ask before making decisions, writes Leanna Byrne.

Language schools’ dispute over new regulations ends up in High Court

Language schools’ dispute over new regulations ends up in High Court

A row between English-language schools NED Training Centre and Academic Bridge, and education qu...

McGuinness: Family Bill should tackle surrogacy

McGuinness: Family Bill should tackle surrogacy

Children’s rights activist and former judge Catherine McGuinness has criticised the omission of...

Closed college waited more than nine months for accreditation

Closed college waited more than nine months for accreditation

Leinster College waited more than nine months for a decision on course accreditations.

Are Dunne and Killilea still beneficial owners' of Walford?

Are Dunne and Killilea still beneficial owners' of Walford?

Ex-neighbours cite communications' with developer

An appealing prospect?

An appealing prospect?

The new court aims to improve efficiency, but critics are doubtful.

Leinster College students asked to make payments a week before college closure

Leinster College students asked to make payments a week before college closure

Leinster College students were asked to make payments to clear outstanding debts a week before college closures.

More victims of IRA sexual abuse still to emerge - Foster

More victims of IRA sexual abuse still to emerge - Foster

Northern Ireland Minister, Arlene Foster, has said she believes there are more victims of IRA sexual abuse still to come forward and has sharply criticised Sinn Fein for not “facing up to what happened in the past”.

Adams: no knowledge of Taoiseach's claims

Adams: no knowledge of Taoiseach's claims

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has denied he has any knowledge of child sex abusers moved to the South by the IRA during the Troubles.

Food for thought

Food for thought

A major food summit in Dublin last week heard how Irish food firms are well poised to exploit ever-growing markets, writes Leanna Byrne.