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Athenry man gets twelve months suspended for traveller’s cheque scam

A traveller’s cheque scam was so sophisticated that it not only duped an Athenry man struggling under the pressure of financial difficulty but also managed to pass the anti-fraud measures of two financial institutions a number of times before being detected, the Galway Circuit Criminal Court heard this week.

Fraudulent cheque scam accused faces four new charges

A 63-year-old Dublin man has been charged with four new charges in relation to fraudulent cheque incidents carried out in Galway city and county.

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Choose the right gift this Christmas

Without getting into facts and figures it is fairly clear most of us are, to put it delicately, not as well off as we would like to be. With that in mind, this Christmas when it comes to buying gifts make sure they are practical.

David Martin Launch Their Christmas Gift Voucher

With the festive season fast approaching, David Martin Hairdressing Group has just launched its Christmas gift voucher.

O’Mahony welcomes the commencement of AEOS payments

Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony has welcomed the announcement today by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney, that the first payments to farmers in AEOS 1 have been issued. Some 8,400 farmers who applied for AEOS by the closing date of May 17 last year have been approved into the scheme, and under EU rules administrative checks for all applicants had to be completed before the first payments could issue. The first tranche of payments has been issued and the remainder will be paid on an ongoing basis.

Companies in Ireland paying bills slower

Businesses in Ireland paid their bills two days slower on average during the first six months of the year when compared with the same period last year, according to the latest insight from Experian, the global information services company. Experian analysis also reveals that businesses in Westmeath were fifth quickest to pay bills during the first half of 2011.

Man who stole money may undertake community service

A man who took money from people, under the pretence that it was for the local community TV deflector system, was before Castlebar District Court this week where, if he is deemed suitable, he will undertake community service in lieu of a prison sentence.

Man who stole money may undertake community service

A man who took money from people, under the pretence that it was for the local community TV deflector system, was before Castlebar District Court this week where, if he is deemed suitable, he will undertake community service in lieu of a prison sentence.

Man pretended to collect money for TV deflector system

A man who took money from people, under the pretence that it was for the local community TV deflector system, was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday for three charges under the theft act.

 

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