Jim Ferry

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Donegal businessman Jim Ferry  has been jailed for nine weeks by the High Court. File image: Collins Courts

The businessman behind a major illegal dumping operation in Co Donegal has been jailed for nine weeks by the High Court. Jim Ferry was imprisoned for(...)

Donegal businessman Jim Ferry:  Planning to run in the forthcoming local elections. Photograph: Collins Courts

When forensic accountant Gerard Murray peered into the finances of rogue Donegal waste collector and serial polluter Jim Ferry, he did not see wonderf(...)

Jim Ferry, of Donegal firms Ferry’s Refuse Collection and Ferry’s Refuse Recycling, is facing possible jail for contempt of court

A waste company operator behind the illegal dumping of thousands of tonnes of waste ran two cash accounts and had greater involvements in a pub and ho(...)

Waste collector Jim Ferry claimed the illegal dumping by him at Rossbracken, Co Donegal, was “a desperate act” when he discovered a problem with the weighing of bins collected.

Donegal waste collector Jim Ferry has admitted dumping tens of thousands of tons of waste illegally and has apologised to Donegal County Council for h(...)

Jim Ferry from his “Justice for Jim” Facebook page.

Jim Ferry, the Co Donegal waste collector who has been evading a High Court arrest warrant since last August, presented himself to the court on Tuesda(...)

Jim Ferry from his “Justice for Jim” Facebook page. He says  “you may have succeeded in putting me out of business, but I haven’t gone away you know”

The Criminal Assets Bureau is investigating the fugitive Donegal waste operator Jim Ferry. The unit, which investigates suspected proceeds of crime, (...)

Engineers work  at one of the  fire-damaged sheds on a site  where  former waste collector Jim Ferry, whose arrest has been ordered by the High Court, dumped 38,000 tons of rubbish. Photograph:  North West Newspix

Donegal County Council has begun removing waste illegally dumped near Letterkenny by former waste collector Jim Ferry, whose arrest has been ordered b(...)

Jim Ferry, who for several years operated an illegal dump in an area of special conversation on the edge of Lough Swilly.

The High Court has ordered fugitive Donegal waste collector Jim Ferry to allow the Environmental Protection Agency to enter his land to investigate an(...)

Ferry’s refuse: firefighters tackle the burning shed at Rossbrackan, near Letterkenny. Photograph: North West Newspix

A second fire has broken out on the site of an illegal dump near Letterkenny owned by the fugitive waste collector Jim Ferry. Smoke emerged from the(...)

Waste operator Jim Ferry. Gardaí in Letterkenny have been keen to detain him, but it is understood he has not been seen locally.

Gardaí in Co Donegal have raided property linked to the fugitive waste operator Jim Ferry, and found stolen goods, cannabis plants, a balaclava and cl(...)

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