TURNOVER, profits and prospects for QuinnBet, the online gambling company started just a few years ago by Sean Quinn and his family, are all on the up. In 2020, revenue increased by over 50 per cent and profits by over 300 per cent. QuinnBet is also listed on several comparison websites as one of the […]
For many years the famous bar had been the ‘go to’ watering hole for Fermanagh sports and music fans.
If the walls of Quinn’s pub in Dublin could talk, it would have plenty of tales to tell.
Quinn Industrial Holdings will now be called Mannok.
LOCAL businessman, Sean Quinn, has made ‘shocking’ revelations in a lengthy statement to gardai outlining his knowledge of financial practices at Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH). The statement came after he was questioned about allegations made against him by one of the current QIH directors, John McCartin, the ‘Sunday Times’ has reported. In a series […]
THE parish priest of Ballyconnell, Fr Oliver O’Reilly, who in a homily blamed the abduction and attack on Kevin Lunney on a ‘Mafia-style group’ with its own godfather, has responded to Sean Quinn’s first television interview since the attack. Friday night’s interview with Mr Quinn, on Channel 4 on Friday evening heard the former tycoon […]
“IT’S not hard to find inspiration living down here, every corner you turn there’s someone or something that will make you laugh.” Comedian Mark McCarney is fast becoming a social media sensation, and Fermanagh has been getting a touch in his latest round of Facebook videos. Speaking to the Herald, the stand up comedian from […]
SEAN Quinn has “totally and absolutely” condemned what he said was “a barbaric attack” on his former colleague Kevin Lunney, but has hit out at being asked to condemn it in the first place. Mr Quinn has kept relatively tight-lipped about previous incidents against directors of Quinn Industrial Holdings, mostly limiting his media interviews to […]
The pubs are among a portfolio of hospitality properties which were owned by the former local billionaire.
Internet fraudsters are cashing in on the Fermanagh businessman’s name to promote an online scam involving “crypto currency”.