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# Examinership

This year
Final Iceland stores in Ireland close, as company enters liquidation
The Ireland franchise of the company went into examinership in June.
Siptu demands 'immediate' meeting with Iceland examiner as Waterford staff face 'forced closure'
According to a sign placed on the front of the store yesterday evening, staff were informed of the closure with ‘only 30 minutes notice’.
Frozen food ban on Iceland stores lifted as extension granted on efforts to save the company
The news of the lifting of the ban was relayed during the latest court sitting around preserving the company’s stores in this country.
Workers' occupation of Iceland Talbot St enters 7th week after bank holiday demonstration
The workers have been occupying the Talbot St premises for over forty days.
Interim examiner appointed to Iceland's Irish franchise, days after major food recall
The company was ordered to withdraw all imported frozen food of animal origin from its stores last week.
Last year
Construction company building hundreds of social housing units goes into examinership
The company has 48 employees and also engages the services of subcontractors.
All time
Explainer: How 'examinership' works in Ireland (including how Saddam Hussein comes into it)
Experts believe the process could provide a lifeline for troubled businesses in the post-pandemic period.
Linda Tripp, whose taped conversations with Lewinsky led to Clinton impeachment, dies aged 70
Her death was confined by attorney Joseph Murtha.
Limerick FC set to be liquidated
The SSE Airtricity League club is on the verge of extinction after a court hearing in Ennis today.
Why ailing Irish firms aren't opting for examinership
The procedure is the route less travelled despite its success rate, experts say.
Nursing home goes into examinership over fears vulture fund may seek to put it into receivership
The company is clearly insolvent and unable to pay its debts as they fall due, the judge said.
Irish-based online course provider with 4.5 million students enters examinership
The company in question is Shaw Academy Ltd.
Minister says 200 new social housing units stalled due to construction firm examinership will be delivered
A number of subcontractors have complained that they have not been paid for their work on the State-funded projects.
High Court places construction firm involved in building of social housing into examinership
Co Kildare based MDY Construction Ltd is currently involved in six projects.
Carillion construction fallout: Wexford principal fearful new school may not be able to open in time
As the end of the term approaches, Loreto’s board of management and principal are getting increasingly worried.
Companies that own Galway's G Hotel and Eye Cinema owe €690 million to bank, court hears
The High Court heard that Deutsche Bank is owed over €690 million by the group of companies.
There's a scheme to save struggling Irish companies from going under, but it's never been used. Here’s why
The insolvency process was to help smaller firms struggling under unsustainable debts.
This scheme to save struggling Irish companies has never been used. Here’s why
The insolvency process was to help smaller firms struggling under unsustainable debts.
The examinership of Dublin's Trinity Bar & Venue is to be opposed
Barrister Rossa Fanning, counsel for Henciti, said his client would be opposing JJ Red Holding’s bid to enter examinership.
Your crash course in... Examinership
All you need to know about what happens when an examiner is appointed by the courts.
Court battle over examinership of one of Ireland's top golf courses
The appointment of an examiner to Druids Glen has been opposed.
One of the country's top golf courses, Druids Glen, has gone into examinership
Druids Glen says despite the court proceedings it will be a case of “business as usual” at the course.
1,400 jobs at risk as Debenhams Ireland goes into examinership
The company lost €6.7 million last year.
Over 130 jobs, and one of Ireland's best-known brands, have been saved
The move follows the approval of the examiner’s scheme in court today.
Mothercare is shutting stores after complaining about 'unsustainable' rents
The company has emerged from its examinership period.
Think all Irish newspapers are in trouble? This one isn't...
Well, not as much trouble as it was in anyway. Things are looking up for the Sunday Business Post.
Fossett's Circus 'open for business' despite facing potential collapse
The family are considering asking the court to appoint an examiner to the business.
33 jobs saved at Kildare playgroup
Celbridge Playzone is the first Irish company to exit examinership through the Circuit Court.
What are the main issues surrounding fertility in Ireland?
The Health Committee will meet with representatives from the National Infertility Support and Information Group, but what else is happening in Leinster House today?
Here's how many jobs were saved through examinership in the last three months
Six firms, including Elvery’s, saved employees by using the examinership process last quarter.
How is the government revamping the social welfare system?
That’s one of the subjects up for debate in Leinster House today.
Carl Scarpa and Flannery's Pub among eight firms who saved over 400 jobs so far this year
The Hughes Blake SME Examinership Index showed that seven of the eight firms were SMEs.
Elverys may not have to shed jobs following appointment of examiner, experts say
A rival UK group could buy the chain, and move existing jobs to ‘large format’ stores.
This TD claims his bill could save thousands of jobs - and create thousands more
Stephen Donnelly wants to amend the Companies Act to facilitate an easier examinership process.
Carl Scarpa to exit examinership and save jobs but two stores will close
The Blanchardstown and Belfast stores will shut but 68 out of 80 at risk roles will remain.
Four A|wear stores remain open following examiner appointment
Following the fashion chain entering receivership, stores in Blanchardstown, Dundrum, Grafton Street and Sligo are still trading.
Fewer Irish companies failing – report
Analysts say that the falling number of insolvencies and increase in business creation is a positive sign for the economy.
Construction company requests examiner after payment problems
SIAC Construction said it had experienced uncertainty over payment for works done on projects in Ireland.
Examiner placed to Carl Scarpa clothing stores
Carl Scarpa operates 17 stores across the island of Ireland.
Charity funds remain unpaid as Event Elephant petition for examinership
Several charity organisations claims that Event Elephant owes them money as interim examiner is appointed.