Fearghal O'Connor

Fearghal O'Connor

Fearghal O'Connor is Public Affairs Editor of the Sunday Business Post. A staff member with the Post since 2011, he has worked as a journalist for more than 15 years writing across a range of topics. A five-time winner of the Transport Journalist of the Year award, he previously worked for titles including North County Leader, The Sunday Tribune, Business & Finance, Ashville Media and RTE Online.

Fisherman’s blues: Inside Donegal’s crucial fishing industry

Fisherman’s blues: Inside Donegal’s crucial fishing industry

A dark cloud looms over the fishing town of Killybegs

Strike fears at airport as staff reject pay deal

Strike fears at airport as staff reject pay deal

• DAA management had mounted campaign to persuade workers to accept new terms

Battle for San Leon Energy hotting up

Battle for San Leon Energy hotting up

• Two Chinese bidders believed to be in running to buy Irish shale oil explorer in takeover battle

National Sports Campus boss to lead Limerick 2030 project

National Sports Campus boss to lead Limerick 2030 project

David Conway has taken the role which has been vacant for six months

Stock take: market week

Stock take: market week

Debenhams's new makeover and Netflix's strong revenue growth

Aer Lingus and DAA call for extra productivity in return for pay hikes

Aer Lingus and DAA call for extra productivity in return for pay hikes

Aer Lingus seeking more than €10 million-worth of productivity gains

Government's rail plans built on wishful thinking

Government's rail plans built on wishful thinking

Recent governments have shelved the proposals that could transform public transport, writes Fearghal O'Connor

Rescue 116: The chain of events that led to the tragic deaths

Rescue 116: The chain of events that led to the tragic deaths

New air traffic control recordings of the crew of Rescue 116 reveal the series of choices that ended in the chopper’s collision with Black Rock island

Bus Éireann bosses to seek examinership if staff vote down deal

Bus Éireann bosses to seek examinership if staff vote down deal

Staff to decide on Labour Court ruling on composite pay rate and 200 voluntary redundancies

‘No Catholic that I know wants to be in denial about anything bad that went on in the past.'

‘No Catholic that I know wants to be in denial about anything bad that went on in the past.'

Rónán Mullen is readying himself for a big showdown on abortion

Grangegorman campus could cost extra €30m

Grangegorman campus could cost extra €30m

Works at unified DIT campus stalled for two years over legal case

Truck drivers may block M50 over tolls after European Vat ruling

Truck drivers may block M50 over tolls after European Vat ruling

One freight company owner told this newspaper that drivers could carry out rolling blockades

How Ryanair is weathering the Brexit storm

How Ryanair is weathering the Brexit storm

The carrier remains unflappable in its ability to refocus with ruthless efficiency, writes Fearghal O'Connor

Stock take: market week

Stock take: market week

Smurfit Kappa saw its shares rise last week, but H&M is set for a slowdown

Brexit: The story so far for Irish plcs

Brexit: The story so far for Irish plcs

The Brexit process may only be kicking off post-Article 50, but Irish plcs have been living with its direct consequences since the results