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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Quinn

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Kevin Lunney describes crawling injured on road after abduction
He was giving evidence at the trial of four men accused of falsely imprisoning him and causing him serious harm.
PSNI chief constable meets Lunney and other QIH directors to update on torture investigation
Chief constable Simon Byrne said that the attack on Kevin Lunney was a “truly horrific crime”.
Three people arrested over kidnap and torture of businessman Kevin Lunney
Two men and a woman are being held over Lunney’s kidnap in September.
Main suspect in Kevin Lunney kidnap case dies after taking ill during police raid
Gardaí investigating the case have now completed searches in Cavan, Longford and Dublin.
Kevin Lunney abduction: 13 locations in Dublin, Cavan, Longford and England being searched this morning
The PSNI are searching four residential properties and one commercial premises in the Derrylin area of Fermanagh.
Quinn Industrial Holdings CEO: Criminals are seeking to 'control the area and everybody in it'
Liam McCaffrey says a “small group of criminals organised by a paymaster” are behind the threats.
Quinn Industrial Holdings directors given 'final warning' in new threat against the company
The letter warned the directors that this was their “final warning” and that “we could have killed Kevin very easily”.
Quinn executives warned their safety is at risk as gardaí faced with 'wall of silence' in rural community
Kevin Lunney was tortured on 23 September.
Gardaí carry out new searches as investigation into Kevin Lunney attack continues
Lunney sustained a range of serious injuries during the abduction.
Quinn Industrial Holdings staff call for 'an end to this reign of terror' following Lunney attack
Kevin Lunney was abducted from his home in Co Fermanagh on Tuesday evening.
Kevin Lunney recovering from surgery as Quinn CEO condemns 'indescribably awful ordeal'
Liam McCaffrey has appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
IRA-linked criminals are 'people of interest' in Quinn Holdings arson attacks
Managers and their families have been targeted in arson attacks.
Break in at church sees communion wafer and altar wine taken
The incident happened at St Patrick’s Church in Kilnaleck.
The No campaign has accepted that they have lost the referendum
Director of the Iona Institute David Quinn has congratulated the Yes side on their projected win.
More of us are taking trips abroad but where are we all going?
New CSO figures for last year show there was also an increase in the number of people taking a break in Ireland.
Quinn family vow legal action to overturn Anglo takeover of their companies
In a statement today, they said that any sale of their assets would result in them pursuing their return.
The Briefcase: The €1 trillion question, queues for houses, and the charm of Michael Noonan
This was the week in business.
Return of the old guard at Quinn Group as long-time stakeholders swoop on sales process
Sean Quinn has given his ‘moral support’ to the bid.
Here's how much the wind up of IBRC has cost us so far
The details of costs to the State are contained in a report by liquidator KPMG published today
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Everyone’s talking about the Labour Party, the bodies of 800 babies in Tuam and a review of the Justice Department.
Here's What Happened Today: Saturday
Everyone’s talking about a body found in Dublin, Brian O’Driscoll’s final farewell and a US soldier released by the Taliban.
Informants told IBRC that Quinns have over €500 million hidden away
The Quinn family had disclosed assets of €1 million, but informants have told IBRC it is far beyond that.
Leaving Cert could see major overhaul with proposed new grading scale
The number of grading bands would be reduced from 14 to eight.
Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday
Everybody’s talking about the former regulator speaking about Sean Quinn, the Irish economy shrinking and women in the Forty Foot Club…
"Low-grade mini-Funderland" not what St. Patrick's Day should be about --- Lord Mayor
Oisín Quinn has said a revamp of the festival is needed, and accused event organisers of becoming “complacent”.
Bus set on fire outside Quinn Group property
Gardaí are carrying out a technical examination of the scene today.
'Campaign of sabotage': Former Quinn HQ in Derrylin attacked
The Quinn Group was rebranded as Aventas Group – its headquarters in Derrylin was attacked last night.
Sean Quinn: "I was a bold boy, I accept that"
The bankrupt billionaire added that he never saw himself as a gambler.
Quinn on Budget 2014: 'We want to minimise the suffering as quickly as we can'
Ahead of this morning’s Cabinet meeting, Education Minister Ruairí Quinn has been speaking to reporters.
Court refuses to lift freezing orders on Quinn family bank accounts
The orders were put in place in 2011 as the bank alleged the family were trying to put assets out of its reach.
Former Quinn auditors will 'vigorously defend' €1bn negligence claim
The joint administrators of Quinn Insurance are suing the firm’s former auditors Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) for €1 billion over alleged negligent auditing.
New FG junior minister says Quinn grants plan has been 'dealt with'
Tom Hayes’ statement would appear to place him at odds with the education minister.
Here is the week in news... skewed
Breaking via The Mire wire: making it easier for everyone to be insolvent; Alan Shatter’s beliebers; Quinnsolvency and waking up the Troika in the middle of the night…
Quinn family to appear in court for questioning over assets
The court ruled last month that IBRC could cross examine Seán Quinn’s children to “fill the vacuum”.
Pics: Seán FitzPatrick back in court as Anglo trial date set for January 2014
The former chief of the now defunct bank appeared with two other former directors at the Circuit Criminal Court today as a trial date was provisionally set for next year.
The Evening with added raccoon called Rocky
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
Commercial Court to allow cross examination of Quinn family
The order allows IBRC to question them about their about bank accounts as well as the alleged transfer of assets to offshore companies.
Everything you need to know about the Quinn saga, but were afraid to ask
The case of Seán Quinn and his family’s legal battle with the most infamous bank in the history of the State has dominated headlines for months but what’s it all about? has a look…
Quinn Group premises damaged in arson attack
The property was left with substantial damages and police believe the fire was started deliberately.
Quinn support group calls for public inquiry into Anglo
Concerned Irish Citizens has reacted to the news that six executives at the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation earn over €500,000 annually.