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Wednesday 9 May, 2018

From Business ETC Irish Life pays out €50k settlement after hiring a private detective to snoop on customers Financial Services

Irish Life pays out €50k settlement after hiring a private detective to snoop on customers

The Dublin couple had already settled a €60,000 claim against the company.

Tuesday 24 April, 2018

From Business ETC JD Wetherspoon's huge Dublin city centre pub is due to open by Christmas Food And Drink

JD Wetherspoon's huge Dublin city centre pub is due to open by Christmas

The chain has been cleared for a drinks license at the Lower Abbey Street venue.

Thursday 22 March, 2018

From Business ETC Ahead of a €5m overhaul, a food hall planned for this Dublin church has got a vital licence Food And Drink

Ahead of a €5m overhaul, a food hall planned for this Dublin church has got a vital licence

The project is being led by Michael Wright, owner of the Wright Venue in Swords.

Friday 9 March, 2018

From Business ETC A court has cleared the way for pubs to trade into the early hours of Good Friday Food And Drink

A court has cleared the way for pubs to trade into the early hours of Good Friday

The decision follows an appeal on behalf of Dublin’s Red Cow Inn.

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Thursday 8 March, 2018

From Business ETC A Lucan restaurant has to pay €20,000 to a couple accused of not settling the bill Food And Drink

A Lucan restaurant has to pay €20,000 to a couple accused of not settling the bill

The pair were out for a family meal when the alleged incident occurred.

Thursday 21 December, 2017

From Business ETC A passenger called 'a liar' by an inspector has settled a defamation case against Irish Rail Policy

A passenger called 'a liar' by an inspector has settled a defamation case against Irish Rail

The woman was fined €100 when the conductor refused to accept her email ticket receipt.

Wednesday 29 November, 2017

From Business ETC A delivery man has been awarded €30,000 after hurting his back lifting trays of bread Services

A delivery man has been awarded €30,000 after hurting his back lifting trays of bread

The man tried to lift a 20kg tray while working in Ballymun.

Thursday 23 November, 2017

From Business ETC Ikea ordered to pay €35k to a man who hit his head on an advertising board Retail

Ikea ordered to pay €35k to a man who hit his head on an advertising board

The accident occurred in the car park of the retailer’s Ballymun store.

Thursday 16 November, 2017

From Business ETC A million-euro restaurant at Dublin's Merchant's Arch pub has the green light Food And Drink

A million-euro restaurant at Dublin's Merchant's Arch pub has the green light

The Circuit Civil Court granted owner Tom Doone a ‘declaratory order’ for the build.

Tuesday 26 September, 2017

From Business ETC Conroy Gold's biggest shareholder has lost a High Court bid to overhaul its board Resources And Energy

Conroy Gold's biggest shareholder has lost a High Court bid to overhaul its board

Patrick O’Sullivan claimed he was blocked by the company’s chairman.

Tuesday 19 September, 2017

From Business ETC Developer Gerry Barrett is fighting to stay in control of Galway's G Hotel Building And Property

Developer Gerry Barrett is fighting to stay in control of Galway's G Hotel

Barrett is seeking court protection from Deutsche Bank, to which he owes millions.

Tuesday 5 September, 2017

From Business ETC Two Kildare furniture retailers have been declared bankrupt over a €330,000 tax debt Retail

Two Kildare furniture retailers have been declared bankrupt over a €330,000 tax debt

The Quinns previously avoided eviction from their home, on which they owed €3 million.

Friday 18 August, 2017

Seriously ill homeless man granted leave to challenge Louth County Council over housing

The council has told the man it will not provide him with assistance because he was not habitually resident in the State.

Thursday 17 August, 2017

From Business ETC A row over a toolshed has stalled development of this massive Dublin student complex Building And Property

A row over a toolshed has stalled development of this massive Dublin student complex

A handyman previously employed by the landlord claims to own part of the land in the Liberties.

Monday 14 August, 2017

From Business ETC A Wicklow wind farm developer has sued protesters to stop them stalling its project Resource And Energy

A Wicklow wind farm developer has sued protesters to stop them stalling its project

Ballycumber Wind Farm said it will miss its December completion date if the delays continue.

Friday 28 July, 2017

From Business ETC A woman won €5k after claims a manager assaulted her during a Harvey Norman blackout Retail

A woman won €5k after claims a manager assaulted her during a Harvey Norman blackout

The retailer said she was ‘twiddling’ with the security wire attached to a display laptop.

Thursday 13 July, 2017

From Business ETC Bank of Ireland has seized the luxury family home of an Irish business tycoon Building And Property

Bank of Ireland has seized the luxury family home of an Irish business tycoon

The house belongs to John Nagle, the founder of Payzone, and his wife Joan.

Tuesday 11 July, 2017

From Business ETC Insurers claim to have uncovered a 'sophisticated' fraud ring behind a string of staged crashes Financial Services

Insurers claim to have uncovered a 'sophisticated' fraud ring behind a string of staged crashes

The investigation was revealed in a court case involving a €60,000 personal injury petition.

Wednesday 5 July, 2017

From Business ETC Dublin family to stay in their home after vulture fund's repossession case is struck out Building And Property

Dublin family to stay in their home after vulture fund's repossession case is struck out

The couple at the centre of the case had built up arrears of €55,000 on their mortgage.

Thursday 25 May, 2017

From Business ETC A couple settles their Electric Picnic damages case after security's 'unlawful entry' in their tent Media And Arts

A couple settles their Electric Picnic damages case after security's 'unlawful entry' in their tent

The court heard claims the pair were assaulted and wrongfully imprisoned.

Thursday 18 May, 2017

From Business ETC Temple Bar branded 'an overpriced trap for drunk tourists' in restaurant's licence bid Tourism

Temple Bar branded 'an overpriced trap for drunk tourists' in restaurant's licence bid

Court hears the quieter west end of the tourist attraction is the ideal model for its central area.

Friday 12 May, 2017

From Business ETC The only hotel in Temple Bar that didn’t serve alcohol now has a bar licence Hospitality

The only hotel in Temple Bar that didn’t serve alcohol now has a bar licence

The Temple Bar Inn Hotel on Fleet Street wants to be able to serve drinks to tourists.

Thursday 30 March, 2017

From Business ETC A woman won €20,000 in damages for banging her knee on a restaurant table leg Hospitality

A woman won €20,000 in damages for banging her knee on a restaurant table leg

The case could cause problems for the hospitality trade as similar dining setups are used everywhere.

Friday 24 March, 2017

From Business ETC A vendor who spent 40 years selling papers in Dun Laoghaire could be forced to wheel away Retail

A vendor who spent 40 years selling papers in Dun Laoghaire could be forced to wheel away

The man sells newspapers out of a buggy at the entrance of the town’s shopping centre.

Wednesday 8 February, 2017

From Business ETC Credit union boss sacked from €110k job after three months was 'not a whistleblower' Financial Services

Credit union boss sacked from €110k job after three months was 'not a whistleblower'

Former Core Credit Union CEO Shane Bissett claimed he uncovered ‘serious wrongdoing’ at the company.

Tuesday 7 February, 2017

From Business ETC Clare's Doonbeg golf resort will pay €15k for using children in brochures without permission Tourism

Clare's Doonbeg golf resort will pay €15k for using children in brochures without permission

Parents were unaware The Lodge used pictures of their kids in promotional material for nearly two years.

Monday 12 September, 2016

From Business ETC Struggling company behind €180m Mayo power plant goes into examinership Resource And Energy

Struggling company behind €180m Mayo power plant goes into examinership

Work on the project stopped in July and Mayo Renewable Power is now insolvent.

Monday 13 June, 2016

From Business ETC Sky is chasing a Dublin pub for nearly €40,000 over illegal sports broadcasts Hospitality

Sky is chasing a Dublin pub for nearly €40,000 over illegal sports broadcasts

The company claims Molloy’s has been ignoring orders to stop showing rugby, soccer and GAA matches.

Thursday 26 May, 2016

From Business ETC John Reynolds' new Idlewild Bar in Dublin has got the green light Hospitality

John Reynolds' new Idlewild Bar in Dublin has got the green light

The nightclub owner says the name harks back to an era of ‘stars and colourful characters’.