Graduation day finally arrives for waste firm MD who achieved Masters in Demolition

THE head of O’Donovan Waste has enjoyed a long-awaited graduation day after achieving a Master’s degree in Demolition Management from the University of Wolverhampton. Jacqueline O’Donovan, Managing Director at the…

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Gallagher Group doubles concrete production capacity with new acquisitions

THE Gallagher Group has doubled its cement production capacity with the acquisition of four new ready-mix plants from Cemex UK. Headquartered in Aylesford, Kent, the family-run Irish firm was founded…

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President Higgins’ spokesperson leaves Áras an Uachtaráin to head up environmental organisation

PRESIDENT Michael D Higgins’ spokesperson will leave his role at Áras an Uachtaráin to lead an Irish environmental organisation it was announced this month. Hans Zomer, who has served nearly…

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Long-standing Irish tour operator returns after Covid-19 collapse – with a full schedule and a new name

A LONG-STANDING Irish travel firm which was forced to close at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic has returned to the market. Founded by Mayo native Gerry Flynn in 1990,…

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Tributes paid following death of Irish businessman and broadcaster Sir Gerry Robinson, aged 72

DONEGAL born businessman and broadcaster Sir Gerry Robinson has died, aged 72, it was confimed last night. The Irishman, who was born to an Irish father and Scottish mother in…

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Sir Terry Leahy set to helm Morrisons after US buyout

SIR TERRY LEAHY is set to head up Morrisons after US private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier and Rice (CD&R) won the financial battle to take over the supermarket chain. Sir…

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Surge of Irish House interest from Ex-Pats, anxious to Return to Ireland after the Pandemic

Real Estate Alliance reports rise in Irish House Prices by €3,500 per month The race for remote working space and the urban flight from cities is driving a huge rise…

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A Guinness and Jameson Irish stew recipe your Mammy would be proud of

SOME IRISH traditions are too good to keep to ourselves. Some traditions pass on from generation to generation.Homes across Ireland have recipes for Irish Stew – and some have a…

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Twitter reacts brilliantly to worldwide Facebook outage

TWITTER responded in the best possible way to the worldwide Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp outage which last over six hours on Monday. At around 4:45pm (Irish time), the first reports…

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London Irish firm O’Donovan Waste wins at British Demolition Awards

O’DONOVAN WASTE have been awarded a British Demolition Award for 2021. The London Irish firm was named Waste Provider of the Year at the recent awards ceremony, organised by Chambers…

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