Digging for the truth as south Monaghan community fears mount

For more than 80 years the gypsum mines have been a feature of the landscape and economy of south Monaghan, and residents have learned to live with the drawbacks in return for having a company regarded as a good employer in their midst. But since subsidence took their GAA grounds and closed their road, they are asking if the good employer is also being a good neighbour. Caroline O’Doherty reports