Rodney Edwards

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Belleek butcher John Dolan with Nuala Burns: Mr Dolan said “it should be left the way it is. The Border doesn’t really exist at the minute anyway.”

Shopkeepers and locals in the rural Border town of Belleek, which straddles the Fermanagh-Donegal boundary, fear that a UK exit from the European Unio(...)

Margaret McCauley, a tourist administrator in Blacklion, and Kathy Griffin, a retired teacher

Every village has stories. Rural Blacklion, on the southern side of the Fermanagh-Cavan border, has one that is better than most. One that perhaps hol(...)

Former owner of Quinn Industrial Holdings Seán Quinn.

Seán Quinn’s ambition to regain control of the business he started 40 years ago appears to be over after his contract with his former company was ter(...)

The owner of East Cork Crane Hire was  told that if he didn’t remove all of his equipment it would be burned to the ground

The owner of a crane hire company was warned to remove his equipment from a Fermanagh wind farm formerly owned by ex-billionaire Seán Quinn or else it(...)

The sign at Quinn Industrial Holdings read: ‘Remove the UDA + UVF off our mountain or face the gun.’

The management of the former Quinn Group, which operates in Co Cavan and Co Fermanagh, has faced a death threat in a major escalation in a months- lon(...)

 Seán Quinn: has “always condemned and will continue to condemn all negative activity in the local area”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Six men working at a wind farm previously owned by discharged bankrupt former billionaire Seán Quinn have received death threats, a leading Cavan Sinn(...)

Former owner Seán Quinn is a €500,000-a-year adviser to Quinn Industrial Holdings Limited. Photograph: Collins

Three leading US investment funds who bought bankrupt Seán Quinn’s businesses in Cavan and Fermanagh have demanded the former billionaire speaks out (...)

Gerry Adams: issued a qualified apology for his “break these bastards” comments, but insisted that he was referring to bigots, racists and homophobes and not to all unionists. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins Dublin

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has issued a qualified apology for his “break these bastards” comments, but insisted that he was referring to bigots(...)

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