International consultants are carrying out an audit of the Irish Aviation Authority's safety and licensing activities following complaints from various organistaions. By Frank Connolly
Bank of Ireland has refunded €16.7m to customers it underpaid when refunding them in relation to their Payment Protection Insurance policies. By Frank Connolly
The failure of the DUP to commit to a timeframe for the formation of a power-sharing executive is threatening the planned Sinn Féin ard fheis on policing. By Frank Connolly
The former chairman of Aer Lingus, Tom Mulcahy, who resigned his position in the wake of the AIB tax-evasion scandal in May 2004, was subsequently declared tax compliant by the revenue commissioners.
There is no evidence against the only man now facing charges in connection with the December 2004 robbery of the Northern Bank in Belfast, according to his solicitor.
Solicitor Niall Murphy has told Village that there is no evidence against his client, Chris Ward, other than that he is an employee of the bank who transferred Stg£26m (€38m) from the bank vaults to a white transit van on the evening of the robbery, 20 December 2004.
Michael McDowell's proposed site may be abandoned in favour of one in north Cork. By Frank Connolly
Ireland's largest bank is involved in yet another controversy – this time on its failure to meet its own commitment to pay €20.6m to charity, money that it wrongly took from its customers. And still nobody has ever lost their job at AIB or been prosecuted even though the bank has been mired in scandal for over a decade. By Frank Connolly
The Health and Safety Authority has issued 23 construction-related prosecutions this year. Last year, 13,000 people were injured on sites. By Frank Connolly.
The senior official responsible for implementing the state's oil and gas policy has been moved from his position in the Petroleum Affairs Division (PAD) of the Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources.
A feud between two inner city families threatens to escalate further following the killing of Gerard Byrne at the IFSC complex in the north inner city of Dublin on 14 December. By Frank Connolly.