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Ryan O'Reilly still wears the same undershirt he has since coming to the Avalanche. It's light blue, with enough holes around the shoulder area to make it appear it has been sprayed with buckshot...Otherwise, everything about the Avalanche center
Resources said it will delay controversial plans to drill for oil off Dalkey because the law is unclear. The Irish oil company outraged the wealthy residents of the south-Dublin suburb when it got permission from the Department of the Environment to
Philip O'Reilly, was killed nearly 10 years ago when a tow truck slammed into his squad car while he was on patrol. But O'Reilly, 17, was beaming Saturday as he shook hands and traded laughs with dozens of police officers who crowded into his family'
Irish media group Independent News & Media has appointed Paul Connolly to the board of Australasian print and radio group APN News & Media. Connolly, an ally of Irish billionaire Denis O'Brien who is now Independent News' biggest shareholder, has
Independent News and Media (INM) is seeking a High Court declaration that a decision to dismiss him from his 300,000 per annum post was unlawful. Karl Brophy, who was appointed director of corporate affairs and content development in 2010 by former
Sunday September 30 2012 Barryroe oil could generate up to 5bn tax for State Chinese state oil companies are believed to be eyeing a deal with 600m valued Providence Resources, after the Irish company struck oil south of Cork. It is understood that
Resources, the Dublin-based explorer that found more than 1 billion barrels of oil at Barryroe in the Celtic Sea, said today that it sold its onshore UK operations to help fund further drilling in Irish waters. The company sold its Singleton field
The reason (excuse?) given for the decision to sell is that INM's new offices have "a lot of glass" and "picture-unfriendly". It is more likely that INM's current management and its largest shareholder, Denis O'Brien , have little affection for
The company's chief financial controller Jeff Howard will assume responsibilities effective September 21, when Mr Myers leaves. APN, with holdings in newspapers, magazines, radio and advertising on both sides of the Tasman, has battled a weak
He also cites the findings of the Moriarty tribunal , which concluded that a consortium formed by O'Brien to secure a mobile phone licence in the 1990s had succeeded because of payments made by O'Brien to the then communications minister in "