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Quinn heartland overjoyed at bid to reclaim part of empire
AT one of the sprawling factories that once defined Sean Quinn's heartland, the faint outline of the Q logo is still visible on the facade.
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Tragic death of 72 year old grandmother near Ballyshannon
The border area of Cloghore and Belleek has been plunged in sadness after the tragic death of a mother and grandmother in a road traffic accident on Thursday evening.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
50,000 to go on the march at 18 Orange 12th parades
The Twelfth will be celebrated by Orangemen and women at 18 main demonstrations on Saturday, with an estimated 50,000 lodge members and band members taking part.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
We need more organs - doctor
Pictured from left to right: Deputy Chief Executive of the Western Trust, Joe Lusby; Specialist Nurse in Organ Donation for the Western Trust , Maria Coyle; Organ Donation Specialist for the Western Trust, Dr Declan Grace and Specialist Nurse in Organ Donation , Martina Conlon marking Organ Donation and Transplant Week 2014.
Former Quinn executives seek deal
A consortium including some executives from Sean Quinn's defunct business empire expect to secure a deal to buy two divisions of the old business over the next two months.
Call goes out for reading of Finnegans Wake at festival
Finnegans of the world have been called to unite to bring to life one of Ireland's most well-known yet hardest to read books.
Local efforts to buy former Quinn businesses
A group of local businessmen on the border area and some senior managers of the former Quinn Group have come together in an effort to buy some of its manufacturing operations.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Court told crime gang stole 120 BMWs
An eastern European crime gang has allegedly stolen 120 BMW cars in a sophisticated cross-border key cloning racket, the High Court has been told.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Sean Quinn in terrifying Good Friday death threat
THE bankrupt tycoon, Sean Quinn, had to hurriedly leave a Good Friday reception after gardai uncovered a threat to kill him, the Sunday Independent can reveal.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Changing the conversation about the media do you feel the hand of vested interests? #xss14
Friday morning at Xchange summer school began with a two hour session looking at how to change the conversation about the media.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
O'Dowd rejects - sectarian decision' claim
The Education Minister has been accused of "sectarianism" in closing a state secondary school in Fermanagh while keeping a similar Catholic school in the county open.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
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Art & Antiques | Venus statue's worth surprises young collector
Lori Verderame surprised Holly and Jess, holding her Belleek Venus sculpture, at a recent appraisal event.
Teen dies in Co Fermanagh crash
An 18-year-old man has died after a car was located off the road outside Enniskillen in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Ballroom of Romance
The Rainbow Ballroom of Romance, in Glenfarne, County Leitrim, harks back to a time before discotheques and nightclubs, when dance halls were the centre of the social scene in Ireland.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
O'Dowd banking on Donegal students to keep tiny border...
So good news for the people of Belleek . St Mary's High School in Brollagh, near the village on the Fermanagh border have a reprieve from closure.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Tax workers strike over job cuts
More than 1,500 tax workers in Northern Ireland are to strike on Thursday in a dispute over job cuts.
Queen's Birthday Honour for Ernie
Mayor Margaret Tolerton and Ernie Cromie, chairman of the Ulster Aviation Society, at the Ulster Aviation Society's air show at Balmoral Park.
Social Farming Across Borders training course wants Louth farmers
The Social Farming Across Borders project has been running for two and a half years and has supported over sixty people who avail of health and social care services in Northern Ireland and the border counties of the RoI to take part in the everyday activities of life on 20 family farms.
Primark investigating 'SOS note'
Primark customer Karen Wisinska said she found the note hidden in a pair of unworn trousers that she bought in the firm's Belfast city centre store three years ago A shopper has claimed she found a "cry for help" note hidden inside a pair of trousers alleging slave labour conditions in a Chinese prison.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Art & Antiques: Dr. Lori discovers Venus
Submitted Venus is more than a celestial body. Venus is one of the most popular Classical figures in the history of art.