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Deirdre  Foley faces a single charge of impeding a Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) inspector as well as three counts of breaking protection of employment laws, including failure to notify the Minister for Jobs of collective redundancies.

A prosecution case against businesswoman Deirdre Foley stemming from collective redundancies following the takeover of Clerys department store in Dubl(...)

Deirdre Foley: The case against Ms Foley, Mark Redmond and Brendan Cooney, OCS Operations Ltd and Natrium Ltd has been adjourned until July 3rd. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businesswoman Deirdre Foley will seek disclosure of evidence in July in a prosecution stemming from collective redundancies following the takeover of (...)

Deirdre Foley, of Hollybank Avenue Upper Ranelagh, Dublin 6: Has a 20% share in Natrium.

Deirdre Foley, the businesswoman associated with the purchase of the Clerys building in Dublin, is facing criminal charges arising from the collective(...)

Deirdre Foley, of Hollybank Avenue Upper Ranelagh, Dublin 6, who has a 20 per cent share in Natrium Ltd, faces four charges over the handling of collective redundancies at Clerys department store

Criminal proceedings have commenced over the handling of collective redundancies at Clerys department store. Businesswoman Deirdre Foley faces a sing(...)

Solid fuels such as coal and turf for domestic heating remains the main cause of poor air quality in rural towns and villages, especially those not on the national gas grid. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A near-doubling of the number of cars on Ireland’s roads and the continued burning of solid fuels are the key drivers causing poor air quality in Irel(...)

The former site of Clerys department store on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Just after lunch on May 19th, Mark Redmond was in the offices of D2 Private on Harcourt Terrace, Dublin, when he saw four people looking in through th(...)

Deirdre Foley of D2 Private leaving the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins

A decision by inspectors investigating the redundancies of 460 Clerys’ workers to enter the offices of D2 Private Ltd was made legitimately and in the(...)

Clerys was bought following “secret” meetings as part of a plan called Project Clock, it has been claimed at the High Court. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Clerys was bought following “secret” meetings as part of a plan called Project Clock, it has been claimed at the High Court by inspectors investigatin(...)

Accounts for OCS Operations Ltd, which ran the Clerys department store until its closure on June 12th, show it made a loss of €1.1 million in the year to the end of January 2015. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Losses at the Clerys department store reduced by more than €2 million in its final full year of trading, according to documents filed with the High Co(...)

Clerys on O’Connell Street, Dublin: between August 2012 and January 2015, the business lost €4.3 million and relied on loans from its parent group. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It survived the 1916 Easter Rising, two world wars, and major storm damage two years ago but the historic Clerys department store on O’Connell Street (...)

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