Gabriel D Arcy

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Karlin Lillington on the national broadband debate: “To end up where we are, after two decades, is so exasperating, so misguided, so idiotic, so stupidly aligned to the fact that almost no one in government, from any party, has ever taken this issue seriously or viewed it intelligently.”

Thousands of credit union members across the State are being asked to withdraw some of their savings, as caps are being applied to deposit accounts. S(...)

A virtual reality training project with the United Nations mine action service in Somalia.

Gabriel D’Arcy is not the typical chairman of a technology company. Originally starting his career in the Defence Forces, the path to VRAI took him th(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Brendan O’Neill, who runs a cross-Border ferry service from Warrenpoint in Co Down to Omeath in Co Louth. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

Brendan O’Neill, operator of the Warrenpoint-Omeath ferry, MV Seascapes, chugs his little boat to the middle of Carlingford Lough. The Border with Nor(...)

Dairy cows in a row

Northern Ireland’s oldest diary, Ballyrashane Creamery in Coleraine, a co-operative owned by local farmers has agreed to merge with the Town of Monagh(...)

Bord na Móna’s chief executive, Gabriel D’Arcy, yesterday struggled to contain his “frustration” over what he perceives as delays by Irish Water in progressing Garryhinch. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Water, water is everywhere in the news, but there’s still ne’er a drop for Dublin.Bord na Móna’s chief executive, Gabriel D’Arcy (below), yesterday st(...)

 Bord na Mona CEO Gabriel D’Arcy (left) and chairman John Horgan at the release of the annual report. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Bord na Móna, which yesterday announced a tripling of its annual profits, expressed its “frustration” over perceived delays from Irish Water in assess(...)

The wind farm at Bruckana on Bord na Mona’s cutaway peatland on the Laois, Kilkenny, Tipperary borders.  Photo: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Bord na Móna has announced a record profit of €50.3 million for year ended March 2014, up 114 per cent on last year.Profit after tax for the financial(...)

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