Judge Olann Kelleher said that it fairness to the applicant, Christopher Moorehouse, a painter decorator from Esmonde Road, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, he had no criminal convictions of any kind.
If you’re a little fragile this morning, though, join me in thanking the man who sent me a link to a terrific ESPN article, one of those items where the headline alone sells you on the story.
It was a real family affair at University of Limerick as the new Vice President for Research was part of the processing party to confer her own parents with a Certificate in Local History.
Blue Planet II – Live In Concert will transport you through the power of music, deep underwater for two hours of drama, entertainment, stunning visuals and majestic orchestrations.
Slagging between neighbouring apartment dwellers got so out of hand that one of the young men came out of his home with a large butcher’s knife to threaten two others.
Ballybunion moved a step closer to regaining the AIG Junior Cup for the first time since 2013 but it needed a 20th hole victory in the defining singles match at Carton House to edge their semi-final against Loughrea.
Gardaí chased a Dublin man down the platform of Mallow railway station and caught him with over €10,000 in stolen cash and thousands of euro worth of jewellery stuffed into his socks and pockets.
Two teenagers who got their first experience of jail when they were remanded in Cork Prison on Friday for numerous breaches of their bail were shocked to be in the prison when an inmate was stabbed to death.
Following last week’s brilliant run in the semi-finals of the Con and Annie Kirby Memorial at Limerick, it’s hard to look beyond Rural Hawaii in tonight’s decider for the €80,000-to-the-winner stake.
Farloe Blitz continued his serene progress through the Greyhound & Pet World and Odds On Dog Food Supersprint with a wide-margin victory in the first semi-final on Saturday night at Curraheen Park.
Staff at Aviva whose jobs have been placed at risk in a £400m cost-cutting drive are paying “the price of boardroom failure”, a union said today.
Andrew Moss has stepped down as chief executive of insurance and pensions giant Aviva — just days after shareholders revolted against executive pay levels at the group.
Part state-owned British banks Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland announced 1,900 job cuts yesterday, drawing the anger of the Unite trade union, which said it had written to the government urging it to intervene.
Banking giant Barclays slashed the bonus pool for its investment banking arm by 32% in 2011 to £1.5bn (€1.78bn0)amid mounting pressure over the controversial payouts.
Banking giant HSBC is to axe hundreds of jobs, including 20 in the North, in response to a "very challenging" economic environment.
A HISTORY of people sent to the workhouse in Limerick during the 18th century was launched yesterday.
A CASE of back to the forests for the title protagonists of this season’s Valvoline Irish Forest Rally Championship that resumes tomorrow after an extended break due to the cancellation of the fourth round in Donegal last month.
Lloyds Banking Group delivered another blow to staff today as it unveiled plans to slash a further 15,000 jobs by 2014 in a bid to save £1.5bn (€1.66bn) a year.
Banking giant Lloyds came under fresh attack from union leaders today after announcing a further 325 job losses as part of its “ongoing integration programme”.
Thousands of HSBC workers will staged a nationwide 24-hour strike tomorrow in a dispute over pay, the biggest industrial action against a leading bank for more than eight years.
Britain’s biggest insurance company sparked a fresh row today over work being lost to India when it unveiled plans to create almost 1,000 jobs in Asia.
Call centres in the UK will recruit an extra 200,000 workers over the next three years, taking employment levels over a million, an official report predicted today.
A young sailor who was pulled in a lifeless condition from the River Liffey by his comrades had a number of cuts and grazes to his face, a murder trial heard today.
A man found drunk in front of a computer where he had downloaded child porn movie files walked free from a Belfast court today.
Thirty-one employees of the US Senate tested positive for exposure to a highly concentrated form of anthrax, officials said, prompting congressional leaders to order an unprecedented shutdown of some of their offices.
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