It is a ‘new low’ for Irish football as funding is pulled from FAI and vital corporate sponsors start to waver
'Things like this happen from time to time, but there is a plan in place to resolve it,' Kean said, but declined to say how much tax is at issue
Among the things we learned at Wednesday's Oireachtas committee were that an earlier FAI statement claiming that the entire board were aware of that €100,000 loan by Delaney to the FAI was confirmed to have been incorrect
The judge presiding over a multimillion-euro dispute between shareholders in Octagon Films has di...
Private equity giant Warburg Pincus has looked at the possibility of getting involved in a distre...
Karl Heffernan, the FAI’s former commercial director, is named in company documents at Pillarview Limited, which took over more than €620,000 in Bank of Ireland loans made to a company with links to Delaney and three business partners
Brenda Romero is believed to have made a protected disclosure under ‘whistleblower’ legislation designed to protect employees who voice concerns about claims of potential wrongdoing in the workplace
Developer responds to Edgeworth breach of contract claim
“One of our ambitions is to be a bit disruptive and have things where they’re not normally held, whether that’s on a beach or in a field”
Galway 2020 has been heavily criticised by the city’s arts community, has lost several senior personnel and is facing a huge budget shortfall. But replacement chief executive Patricia Philbin is adamant that everything is back on track
Ireland’s first Church of Scientology funded drug addiction treatment centre is continuing its ...