Paddy Hansard, 73, suffered serious head injuries and broken bones in his neck due to a horrific attack which took place at around 2.30am on August 17, at the Courtney Place flat complex in Ballybough, Dublin.
The owner of an activity centre, which saw part of his business 'hit the wall' this week due to insurance costs, is calling on the Government to introduce penalties for parents of children who make fraudulent claims.
Linda Coyle used to be “a busy fool” preoccupied with the humdrum routine of running her business — now she’s a savvy entrepreneur with an eye to the future, thanks to the help of a Women in Business Programme run by her Local Enterprise Office.
They handed kids to the childminder, burnt the midnight oil brushing up on research and refused to be beaten by the planning system. Environmental lobby group CHASE could write the handbook for running a tight campaign. Later this week, they should know if their marathon efforts have all been in vain, writes
Liverpool great Kenny Dalglish thought he was being sacked for a second time when he was called into manager Jurgen Klopp’s office for a conference call with owner John Henry – only to discover he was being immortalised at Anfield.
It began with weekend bootcamps. Now, as Pure Results grows from strength to strength,and her sister Linda are turning their attention to the corporates. Vickie Maye meets the team and puts the programme to the test