Conor Foley

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Worldspreads chief financial officer Niall O’Kelly, chairman Lindsay McNeile and chief executive Conor Foley at a group agm in 2009. Photograph: Alan Betson

On December 24th, while the rest of us were hanging up our Christmas stockings, the Companies Registration Office was stamping as “received” the final(...)

The new Lidl store to reopen in Fortunestown Lane, Tallaght, Dublin. The German discounter has complained about rivals in the grocery sector routinely objecting to planning permissions that it seeks for new stores or extensions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the German discount supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have found in the morass that is the Irish planning system, das Leben ist kein Ponyhof. Life is no p(...)

Residents at Termon Abbey in Drogheda queue for water supplied by the local council. Thousands of homes and businesses in Louth and Meath  remain without water five days after a  water mains burst. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Irish Water will review whether to reopen Rosehall water treatment plant, one of two plants that until 18 months ago supplied water to Drogheda, to al(...)

 Niall O’Kelly: both he and Lukhvir Thind have been permanently banned from performing any function related to regulated activity

The British financial services regulator has fined two senior executives at the collapsed Worldspreads Group, and barred both from future involvement (...)

Diversity in teaching  remains a challenge, with trainees most likely to be white, Irish, socially advantaged women. Photo: iStock

Look around any staffroom round the country and you are likely to see predominantly white middle class women. Despite difficulties in accessing teac(...)

The High Court was informed last week that the case had been settled and it was struck out by Mr Justice Raymond Fullam

EY, which was auditor to Worldspreads prior to its 2012 collapse, has settled a lawsuit brought against it by the KPMG administrators of the bust spr(...)

Full list of candidates The redrawing of electoral boundaries has thrust many of Kilkenny’s 57 local election candidates into unfamiliar territory(...)