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Wednesday 10 August, 2016

Hospital allowed to treat prisoner who is refusing medication

The man, who may have a mental illness, has an infection that could become septic and cause his death.

Monday 25 July, 2016

From Business ETC Pyramid scheme fraudster Breifne O’Brien is bankrupt with €40m in debts Building And Property

Pyramid scheme fraudster Breifne O’Brien is bankrupt with €40m in debts

The former businessman is serving a seven-year jail term for running bogus property deals.

Thursday 14 July, 2016

From Business ETC Investigators probing Clerys' closure like 'traffic wardens dropping on ropes from helicopters' Retail

Investigators probing Clerys' closure like 'traffic wardens dropping on ropes from helicopters'

Parties involved in the controversial deal say they were never the employers of the store’s now-redundant staff.

Tuesday 12 July, 2016

From Business ETC Clerys' buyers accused of 'unfairly mischaracterising' a probe into the store's closure Retail

Clerys' buyers accused of 'unfairly mischaracterising' a probe into the store's closure

The High Court heard a ‘directors pack’ with financial details of staff was central to a disputed investigation.

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Friday 8 July, 2016

From Business ETC Court hears that secret meetings led to Clerys takeover as part of 'Project Clock' Work

Court hears that secret meetings led to Clerys takeover as part of 'Project Clock'

However, several people involved with the deal rejected the claims.

Wednesday 29 June, 2016

From Business ETC Dublin's Dobbins restaurant has been put into examinership Hospitality

Dublin's Dobbins restaurant has been put into examinership

The group behind the restaurant and the Becketts Hotel in Leixlip has been struggling under Celtic Tiger-era debts.

Tuesday 21 June, 2016

From Business ETC The Druids Glen golf course is out of examinership after striking a deal with creditors Hospitality

The Druids Glen golf course is out of examinership after striking a deal with creditors

The company behind the championship course is no longer insolvent.

Friday 20 May, 2016

From Business ETC Clery's buyer is suing investigators over a probe into the store's closure Work

Clery's buyer is suing investigators over a probe into the store's closure

D2 Private and its owner, Deidre Foley, have launched a High Court case against workplace officials.

Tuesday 17 May, 2016

From Business ETC Clonmel drug maker Suir Pharma is going into liquidation after 40 years in business Manufacturing

Clonmel drug maker Suir Pharma is going into liquidation after 40 years in business

Over 130 jobs are expected to be lost at the firm, which was taken over by a Slovakian company last year.