Galway-based Tynagh Energy to receive €66.4m over  12 months. Photograph: Reuters

GE-backed plant made €25 million profit in 2012, and is likely to have bigger surplus last year

Developer Michael O Flynn. Ms Justice Mary Irvine is due to rule on the case next week. Photograph: Collins Courts

Property firm in High Court bid to overturn appointment of examiner and receivers

O’Flynn group managing director Michael O’Flynn: he and his fellow directors offered €240 million for the entire Irish business, including their personal loans. Photograph: Collins Courts

Lawyer for US fund told developer that Blackstone had no interest in Irish assets, court hears

Denis O’Brien sold €4.7 million worth of shares in Aer Lingus. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Holding falls below 3% threshold that obliges investors to inform market of transactions

O’Flynn Construction Group director Michael O’Flynn. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan/Collins

Construction company seeks to overturn examiner’s appointment

Developer Michael O’Flynn leaves the Four Courts last week. Photograph: Collins

The US fund has very different priorities from Nama, as Michael O’Flynn discovered

The regulator plans to increase the public service obligation to support wind power, peat-fired plants and a number of other generators. Photo: David Sleator

Regulator to increase public service levy by total of €125 million over 12 months

Developer Michael O’Flynn leaving the Four Courts after yesterday’s High Court hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

O'Flynn group lawyer insists construction group is not in default and not insolvent

File p[icture of developer Michael O’Flynn who is due to go to court  to counter US private equity fund Blackstone’s bid to take control of his  business. Photograph:  Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Developer may seek orders overturning examinership and receivers’ appointments

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