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Prof Richard Conroy at the first Conroy Gold and Natural Resources egm held in August of this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Conroy Gold has been awarded all costs after winning its court battle against a dissident shareholder last month. Patrick O’Sullivan, a minority shar(...)

Conroy Gold shareholder Patrick O Sullivan at the company’s egm in August. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The issuing of shares last Friday by Conroy Gold should have no effect on the issue of legal costs, the High Court heard on Wednesday. The case invo(...)

Conroy Gold chairman Prof Richard Conroy. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Conroy Gold chairman Prof Richard Conroy did not abuse his power when he blocked the election of shareholder Patrick O’Sullivan and two others to the (...)

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(...)

Jim Ferry of Ferrys Refuse Collection Limited: the judge also directed that plans be made for the removal of waste  buried illegally at the site in Rossbracken.

Gardaí in Co Donegal have been trying to arrest and bring to prison the operator of an illegal dump outside Letterkenny, whom a High Court judge orde(...)

Given the gap between the sides in the North-South pylon proposal, the planning process was always going to be difficult

This week’s High Court ruling on the proposed €280 million high-capacity power line connecting the Republic’s and North’s electricity grids is another(...)

Jim Ferry, who runs two waste companies in Donegal, was present for the case and represented himself in court

Jim Ferry, a serial illegal waste dumper from Co Donegal, should be arrested and jailed for contempt of court orders, a judge has ruled. Once detaine(...)

Jim Ferry: he said the suggestion that on July 29th the entrance to the site “was partially blocked to delay the fire service entering the site is totally untrue”

When Donegal County Council waste regulation officer Matthew Byrne went to illegal dumper Jim Ferry’s site at Rossbracken outside Letterkenny last Thu(...)

A protest in Meath against the power line connecting the North and the Republic .

Plans for a €280 million power line linking the Republic and the North face further legal and planning hurdles following a key victory in the High Cou(...)

Jim Ferry is facing a potential prison term for failing to comply with a High Court order to clean up an illegal dump he has been operating near Letterkenny, Co Donegal.

The company which Donegal businessman Jim Ferry, who is facing jail over an illegal dump, says has taken over his waste collection business is itself (...)

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