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Mayo Sinn Féin is organising a Stop the Handover day of action on Wednesday January 25 in Market Square, Castlebar, at 12.45pm.
ANGLO IRISH Bank secured an order for possession this week at the High Court for six acres of scrubland in Co Galway used to secure loans totalling more than €2.1 million.
Budget 2012 will take €3.7 billion out of the economy, yet the Fine Gael/Labour coalition has vowed to go ahead with its decision to pay out €3.1 billion in Anglo promissory notes next year.
ON MONDAY July 28 2008 Sean Fitzpatrick played 18 holes of golf with Brian Cowen on Druid’s Heath at the foot of Wicklow mountains. Afterwards they had dinner at the resort’s hotel.
Mayo Fianna Fáil TD and Minister for State, Dara Calleary has reported that some 100,000 documents have been analysed as part of the ongoing Anglo Irish Bank investigation. Dep Calleary received details of the ongoing extensive Garda enquiry into Anglo Irish Bank after questioning Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern on the issue in the Dáil recently.
The High Court has approved a modified survival scheme for two companies in Galway businessman John Sweeney's Black Shore group.
A modified survival scheme for two companies in Galway businessman John Sweeney's Black Shore group may resolve Anglo Irish Bank's concerns about the scheme, the High Court heard today (Wed).
The Fianna Fail-led government has effectively doubled the national debt at the stroke of a pen and its tunnel vision of pursuing the line that NAMA is the only show in town has had a similar financial impact on the economy to adding €50k to the mortgage of every single family in this country, Fine Gael Senator, John Paul Phelan, has said.
Galway businessman John Sweeney, whose Black Shore Holdings company was wound up last week, has consented to a € 2.7 million summmary judgment order being made against him at the Commercial Court over unpaid loans.
The High Court heard yesterday (Wednesday) how Anglo Irish Bank has irretrievably lost confidence in the Galway businessman John Sweeney, who is currently fighting to save his many businesses.