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# Administration

This year
Scheduled flights cancelled after embattled regional airline Flybe ceases trading
Flybe was previously pushed into administration in March 2020 with the loss of 2,400 jobs as the pandemic destroyed large parts of the travel sector.
All time
Rooney's Derby deducted 12 points after entering administration
The second-tier side have taken 10 points from eight games this season but are now rooted at the foot of the Championship.
Orla Kiely retail administrators beat expectations with left over stock sales
The Irish fashioner designer’s company went out of business last September with debts of £7.25 million (€8.1 million)
Troubled Bolton given two weeks to settle debts or face winding-up order
Owner Ken Anderson claims he has a potential buyer lined up for the cash-strapped Championship club.
HMV calls in administrators in UK for second time in six years
The company no longer has any stores in the Republic of Ireland – the five remaining stores here closed in 2016.
Unilad's publisher goes into administration
It is believed that hundreds of jobs at the company are now at risk.
Trump brings the house down at UN General Assembly after insisting his White House has 'achieved more than any other'
Ordinarily the General Assembly is a pretty solemn place. But not today.
Sports Direct just bought House of Fraser - but its Dublin store still hangs in the balance
The firm employs around 17,500 staff.
Almost 23 years after Bosman rule, Belgian court to hear appeal on third-party ownership
Fifa has banned third-party ownership of players, but a Belgian club has received backing to challenge the rule.
Hawaii judge extends list of family relationships allowed for entry under Muslim travel ban
“Common sense, for instance, dictates that close family members be defined to include grandparents,” he wrote.
US immigration reportedly 'bars' Syrian cinematographer from travelling to the Oscars
The filmmaker said he had received a US visa but his passport wasn’t accepted.
Tens of thousands of holidaymakers affected as Lowcostholidays goes bust
The budget holiday operator closed its doors yesterday.
Revealed: Here's how much it will cost Joan to administer that Irish Water grant
The cost of organising and overseeing the payments was the subject of much debate back in January. Here’s the figure…
Rugby's Challenge Cup will provide a route into the Champions Cup after all
Hopefully it’s not a route Connacht need to travel.
After a decade at Guantanamo, four detainees are going home
This moves Obama closer to his goal of closing the military jail.
Disaster for Obama as Republicans win US Senate
Republicans seized at least seven seats from Senate Democrats.
Jobs at risk as Barratts goes into administration for third time in four years
The company says its been left with no option after a potential investor pulled out of a plan to inject millions of euro in the business.
McQuaid defeated in UCI presidential vote
Brian Cookson won today’s election 24-18 in Florence.
65 jobs announced at Dublin care centre
Beechfield Nursing Home Group today announced the creation of 65 new jobs at its new care facility, Mount Hybla Private Designated Care Centre .
HMV to shut 66 British stores in next two months
The move could see up to 1,000 HMV employees lose their jobs.
Staff use HMV's official Twitter account to reveal live sacking
Staff took over the @HMVtweets account – which had been dormant for weeks – to reveal significant layoffs.
No change in Ireland as HMV stores in UK to start accepting vouchers
A spokesperson from Deloitte has confirmed that there are currently no plans to do similar in Ireland.
Deloitte representatives to discuss payment with HMV staff
Staff at two stores in Limerick are currently staging a sit-in over uncertainty about payment of their wages this month.
HMV staff in Limerick stage sit-in over wages
The staff are currently in negotiations with representatives from Deloitte Ireland, the company which was earlier named as the receiver to HMV Ireland.
Deloitte appointed as receiver to HMV Ireland, stores remain closed
The move had been expected and puts the company’s 16 stories in Ireland and around 300 jobs in serious doubt.
Blockbuster enters administration
The UK entertainment store employs 4,190 staff.
HMV's Irish stores closed as NCA says they should honour vouchers
The National Consumer Agency has said that it has now clarified that the music retailer’s Irish operation is not in administration and should therefore honour gift vouchers.
HMV's Irish staff told not to honour vouchers, NCA: decision is 'disappointing'
Bad news for consumers with HMV gift vouchers but it could be possible to get your money back if you bought the vouchers with your credit or debit card.
HMV holds crisis talks in bid to avoid going into administration
The music chain has a number of shops in Ireland and the UK and employs approximately 4,000 people.
GAA: Kerry's O'Keefe appointed CCCC chairman
Tony O’Keefe replaces Simon Moroney and will hold the position until 2015.
5 sporting rule changes that crashed and burned
One organisation close to us all is a regular culprit.
Tallest building in Ireland taken over by administrators
The three companies which control the building applied for insolvency and administrators from KPMG have now been appointed.
Quinn family call for public inquiry in wake of Liberty Insurance job losses
The family say a public inquiry into the Administration of Quinn Insurance is now more necessary “than ever”.
Falling donations results in €1.5m shortfall for Barnardos
A new director’s report shows income from donations fell to €6.8 million from €7.4 million the previous year.
Oireachtas committee to discuss State’s liability over Quinn Insurance losses
The Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform will discuss the possible €1.65bn liability to other insurers.
Astronomical figures and Dáil drinks: The week in quotes
“Either take off the cross or put on pants.”
Seán Quinn says Quinn Insurance liability costs are 'truly shocking'
Quinn suggested that the Government had been misled by administrators – whom he accused of “destroying one of the most profitable companies in Irish corporate history”.
Cost of Quinn Insurance administration may exceed €1.6bn
The Government has been called on to clarify its plans for the 2 per cent insurance levy in light of the escalation of covering losses at the former business.
Gardaí outsourcing vehicle towing in the eastern region
Six garda divisions are putting their vehicle towing management out to tender.
Liverpool were one day away from administration, claims Purslow
The ex-managing director also believes Chelsea’s potential move to Battersea Power Station would put them in a stronger financial position than Kenny Dalglish’s club.