John O Connor

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Kollect founder and chief executive John O’Connor

Waterford waste start-up Kollect saw pretax losses widen in the first three months of the year as revenues jumped. The company, which listed on Scand(...)

Sally Mulread: “The biggest concern is the quarantine. A friend of mine said to me that she wanted to go home and visit family, and I told her how she would have to quarantine for 14 days. She said to me that she only wanted to go for 14 days”. Photograph: Christian Sinibaldi

Irish people living in Britain fear they will not be able to see their family in Ireland until 2021 as foreign travel remains a concern even after cor(...)

Campaigner for the homeless Fr Peter McVerry has said Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael would have to fix the housing crisis if they go into government ‘or get massacred at the next general election’. File photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times.

Housing campaigner Fr Peter McVerry said he takes heart from the fact that a Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael coalition government would have to fix the housing (...)

Oisín McLoughlin: corporate senior associate specialising in energy M&A with Pinsent Masons

One of the key goals of the government’s 2019 Climate Action Plan (CAP) is for at least 70 per cent of Ireland’s electricity to come from renewable so(...)

Publican Charlie Chawke said he felt he had to continue defending his manager Wayne Buggle, who alleges he was told his throat would be slashed before the Connors family was refused service. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Publican Charlie Chawke has indicated he will appeal a court direction to pay €33,000 to members of a Traveller family refused from one of his premise(...)

Charlie Chawke, of the  Orchard Inn at Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham, Dublin, pictured leaving the Four Courts after the Circuit Civil Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

There was neither room nor food at the inn for a heavily pregnant mother, her husband, their four children and two elderly grandparents because they w(...)

Busmane, the mother of Paula Buliauskite of Swords Manor, Swords, Co Dublin, pictured leaving court on Monday after her child’s injuries action was settled. Photograph: Collins Courts

A seven-year-old child, who suffered crush injuries three years ago to two of her fingers in a restaurant, has received a settlement of €45,000 damage(...)

 Glen McCarthy and Joanna Walsh pictured leaving court after their action for damages failed.  Photograph: Collins Courts

A couple, who claimed they had been defamed by staff who asked them to pay a dinner bill at a Dublin pub-restaurant, have lost a €75,000 claim. Judge(...)

Sarah Sarsfield, mother of Mason Sarsfield, of Aughavannagh Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12, pictured leaving court after her son was awarded  €35,000  on Monday. Photograph: Collins Courts

A 12-year-old schoolboy, who broke his left arm while travelling upwards on an escalator in Dunnes Stores at Dublin’s St Stephens Green, was awarded €(...)

Kollect chief executive John O’Connor says Swedish investors’ interest in businesses focused on sustainability prompted the company to float there

Irish waste industry company Kollect has reported revenue growth ahead of its plans to list on Scandinavia’s Nasdaq First North stock exchange for sma(...)

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