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Illegal sex cinema landlord fined

The landlord of an illegal adult sex cinema has been fined €1,000, ordered to pay costs of more than €1,500, and to adhere to a Galway City Council enforcement notice by ceasing unauthorised use of the premises within two months.

Refused to leave Dunnes

A man who refused to leave Dunnes Stores Harbour Place despite being banned, has received a one month prison sentence.

Westport man elected as Law Society president

A native of Westport has been elected by the Law Society as its new president.

Bakery worker found in possession of cannabis

A 22-year-old Polish national, who was searched by gardaí and was found in possession of cannabis, was convicted and fined €250 at Ballinrobe District Court sitting in Castlebar last Friday.

Local solicitors urged to review insurance cover before deadline

The mandatory professional indemnity insurance (PII) renewal deadline is imminent for solicitors in Kilkenny and soon all practising solicitors will be required to have renewed their PII and to have ensured that it complies with the new regulation rules.

West council calls for more favourable planning decisions

The Council for the West has again called for a shake-up of the planning laws of the country which, it says, are counter-productive to rural development and sustainability. The council made its first call for a more sensible approach to planning three years ago following objections to two planned developments, in Boyle, County Roscommon, and in Rossinver village in Co Leitrim. Upwards of 600 jobs and inward investment were lost.

Constance Cassidy to address BPW summer lunch

Constance Cassidy SC is to be the guest speaker at the BPW summer lunch to be held next month at The Ardilaun.

Man warned of prison sentence if convicted of third drug offence

A Northern Irish man living in Mayo was given a stark warning by Judge Mary Devins that if he was convicted for drug offences for a third time in a district court he could face a prison sentence.

Ballinrobe solicitor before High Court next week

A solicitor from Ballinrobe, who is facing an application to suspend him over lack of insurance for his practise and other issues, has agreed not to attend his office or to practise for the next week pending his case returning to the High Court, The Irish Times reported this week.

 

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