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Monaghan-headquartered LacPatrick has been in exclusive talks with Cavan-based Lakeland since June

Troubled Northern Ireland dairy LacPatrick is to merge with neighbouring Lakeland Dairies. The amalgamation, which is still subject to shareholder app(...)

Gabriel D’Arcy: stepping down as chief executive of Monaghan-headquartered LacPatrick Dairies.

Gabriel D’Arcy is stepping down as chief executive of troubled co-op LacPatrick Dairies following talks with the company. The news comes as it appear(...)

Dale Farm said it valued its “relationship with all unions” represented within the organisation

Management at Dale Farm, a Northern Irish dairy co-op owned by 1,300 farmers, has hit back at claims that it has refused to enter into union negotiati(...)

LacPatrick chief executive Gabriel D’Arcy. Glanbia, Lakelands, Aurivo and Dale Farm have all expressed interest in the co-op.  Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Troubled dairy co-op LacPatrick will send details of the business to potential bidders this week, it is understood. Monaghan-headquartered LacPatrick(...)

Glanbia, Lakelands, Aurivo and Dale Farm have each expressed an interest in acquiring  LacPatrick’s 600m litre milk pool. Photograph: Getty Images

LacPatrick Dairies will issue non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to four prospective bidders this week as the process to sell off or merge the Monaghan-(...)

LacPatrick chief executive Gabriel D’Arcy insists the merger plan is not driven by financials. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

LacPatrick Dairies might wish it had generated this much attention for different reasons. News that the Monaghan-based co-op was seeking a possible m(...)

LacPatrick chief executive Gabriel D’Arcy. The co-op confirmed this week that a board meeting decided the co-op should pursue “partnerships, joint ventures, mergers” or other opportunities. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Dairy processor Dale Farm has contacted rival LacPatrick to signal interest in bidding for the business, which is seeking to join forces with another (...)

Undated handout photo issued by Durham Police of (top row, left to right) Paul Pammen, Donald Chi Chong Wong, Richard Sheridan, Robert Gilbert-Smith, Ashley Dad, John “Kerry” O’Brien Junior and Terence McNamara; (bottom row, left to right) Richard “Kerry” O’Brien, Patrick Clarke, Daniel “Turkey” O’Brien, Danny Flynn, John “Cash” O’Brien, Michael Hegarty and Alan Clarke. The fourteen men who where linked to an organised crime gang have been convicted of plotting to steal rhino horn and Chinese artefacts worth up to £57 million in a series of museum and auction house raids. Photograph: Durham Police/PA Wire.

Members of an Irish organised criminal gang at the heart of a £57 million (€71 million) conspiracy to “plunder” British museums of rhino horn and othe(...)

One of Ireland’s all-time great fullbacks Hugo MacNeill. He will be a member of the oversight board

The IRFU’s bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup could, if successful, benefit the Irish economy to the tune of €800 million plus.The union has announ(...)

The cheese deal may create employment for at least 20 of its former workers

Fivemiletown Creamery likes to claim it was the birthplace of the first Irish blue cheese, Ballyblue, and also the first smoked brie in Europe. The cr(...)

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