Maurice Hickey

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The combined businesses will operate under the Green Isle Foods banner and will seek to grow and develop the Green Isle and Donegal Catch brands

The Government-backed Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) has emerged as the biggest investor in the acquisition of the Green Isle and Donegal Ca(...)

Forensic crash investigator Garda Ray Sweeney told an inquest  the purpose of a seatbelt is to restrain a person being thrown from their seat in a crash, with the seatbelt absorbing the force of their mass as they are thrown forward.

The dangers of two people using a single seatbelt were highlighted at an inquest on Tuesday into the death of a eight-year-old girl killed in a two-ca(...)

Firefighters at the scene of the blaze in 2007 in which two firefighters died

A tin can at the centre of assertions as to the development of a fire in which two Bray, Co Wicklow, firefighters died in 2007 was moved several times(...)

People line the street to pay their respect at the funeral of fire-fighter Mark O’Shaughnessy at Bray, Co Wicklow in 2007. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Lawyers for Wicklow County Council are seeking copies of any recordings of telephone conversations made by gardaí or health and safety inspectors c(...)

Tayto crisps

Údarás na Gaeltachta yesterday expressed its regret and disappointment at the announcement that Largo Foods is to close its factory in Gweedore(...)

Largo Foods managing director Ray Coyle and Mr Tayto

Crisp-maker Largo Foods is to close its manufacturing facility in Co Donegal with the loss of 140 jobs. The company, which mak(...)

Firefighters Mark O’Shaugnessy (left) and Brian Murray who died in the factory fire in 2007

Wicklow county councillors voted yesterday not to debate events at the inquest into the deaths of two Bray fi(...)

Largo Foods has said it intends to trasnfer production from its Gweedore facility in Donegal to its plant in Ashbourne Co. Meath (pictured). Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Crisp maker Largo Foods is to close its manufacturing facility in Co Donegal with the loss of 140 jobs. Largo said it intends to transfer(...)

The disused warehouse in Bray where firemen Brian Murray and Mark O’Shaughnessy died fighting a blaze.

A special meeting of Wicklow County Council is to be held tomorrow to discuss the inquest into the 2007 deaths of(...)

Firefighters Mark O’Shaugnessy (left) and Brian Murray at the scene where they died in a fire at a disused building in Bray, Co Wicklow, in September 2007. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

There was an intervention at the Bray fire fighters inquest today by the garda who was in charge of the investigation. Detective Garda Maurice Hick(...)