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Members of the Together for Yes Campaign call for abortion reform in Northern Ireland.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The Republic of Ireland is apparently heading for hell and Northern Protestants have no intention of being dragged down that primrose path, according (...)

A fourth person, believed to be an infant child, was killed in Tuesday’s fire at a house in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh, police have said. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

A fourth person, believed to be an infant child, was killed in Tuesday’s fire at a house in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh, police have said. Detectives from(...)

 Seán Quinn: has “always condemned and will continue to condemn all negative activity in the local area”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Six men working at a wind farm previously owned by discharged bankrupt former billionaire Seán Quinn have received death threats, a leading Cavan Sinn(...)

Liam McCaffrey: The chief executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings has been warned by the PSNI to review his security arrangements. Photograph: Collins

The Garda and the PSNI are investigating a death threat sent to the chief executive of a company once owned by bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn. Liam(...)

Quinn Cement confirmed on Tuesday that Warrenpoint will invest £2.5 million sterling (€3.2 million) in building five new cement   silos.

Warrenpoint Harbour Authority will build five new silos at the port to allow Quinn Cement boost exports to Britain following a new agreement between t(...)

The PSNI is investigating what police have described as a “report of a suspected case of arson” beside the former Quinn Group operations near Derrylin(...)

Seán Quinn: in 2004 he trumped Tony Mullins’s €70million bid to take Barlo private with an €84 million offer. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish-owned investment group RHP Bidco, which is headed by former Barlo chief executive Tony Mullins, has acquired Quinn Radiators for €25 million.RHP(...)

Seán Quinn: a 20 per cent grant proposed by the North’s Industrial Development Board to help set up his Border cement factory fell far short of his expectations. Photograph: Jack McManus

The considerable difficulties faced by Fermanagh entrepreneur Seán Quinn in developing his cement business on the Fermanagh-Cavan Border in the 1980(...)

Former Quinn Group CEO Liam McCaffrey is leading a consortium of eight former senior executives of the group, including former group development director Kevin Lunney, former group finance director Dara O’Reilly, and former radiator division chief executive Denis Doogan, to acquire the group’s  packaging and construction industry supplies (CIS) divisions for an undisclosed sum. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE IRISH TIMES

A consortium of former senior executives in the Quinn Group and a group of Northwest businessmen have teamed up with Endless LLP, a UK private equity (...)

Graffiti daubed in a weekend incident at a Lisburn site linked to Lagan Asphalt.

Criminal investigations have begun on both sides of the Border after arsonists destroyed the property of a major construction company in attack(...)

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