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A 45-year-old father of four was arrested outside his residence after he was found to be in an intoxicated state.
Bambury & Company solicitors has announced a new addition to their staff. Lynda Lenehan, solicitor, will be responsible for criminal, road traffic, and family matters in the office.
Lavelle Bourke Solicitors of Achill Sound have recently opened a new office in Newport, offering expertise and advice across the legal spectrum.
It is always a worry to read about unprovoked attacks on people as it could be any of us. And this week alone there have been three violent assaults in the city.
The Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock has announced that the Patents Office had been successful in its bid to bring the European Patent Office’s Patent Information Conference 2011 to Kilkenny from October 18 — 20 this year.
A man charged in connection with the seizure of cannabis, estimated to be worth in the region of €72,000, last December has pleaded guilty to drug dealing.
The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations Act, 2010 established a redress scheme for qualified cohabitants which may be activated at the end of a relationship or upon the death of one of the parties. This Act will automatically apply unless cohabitants have together agreed to opt out of the provisions of the Act.
Midlands Simon Community has launched a new campaign which hopes to highlight the importance of making a will, and how remembering a charity in your will can make a significant difference to the lives of others.
A native of Athlone, new solicitor at Walker, O’Carroll & Hogan, Pearse Street, Athlone, Emily Mahon attended Our Lady’s Bower, before obtaining a BA degree from the National University College, Galway.
A Cloonfad man was given the benefit of the probation act and ordered to pay €150 to the Mayo Roscommon Hospice after he pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis.