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A man with a full-time job and a mortgage who defrauded the State out of €53,720 in disability claims, was given until July 15 to come up with a repayment plan or go to jail for 15 months.
Ballina Town Council, like its counterparts, will be very difficult to call.
A judge grudgingly granted an adjournment to a solicitor in court this week (June 3) despite getting a little angry with him a few moments earlier when he felt any additional delay in the proceedings was just wasting the good weather.
Total poll: 4,590
Fine Gael’s outstanding performance at the polls did little to keep them in line for honours around the table at Ballina Town Council on Monday night, after a Fianna Fáil pact with two Independents elevated Independent Cllr Mary Kelly to the Mayoral office.
A taxi driver who was stopped without insurance or proper licence whilst driving a busload of Bower girls, had his case adjourned to July 15 to allow his defence team time to call the bus owner to give evidence.
There are many rumblings in the aftermath of the Local Elections as to the internal health of Fine Gael in east and north Mayo and recent mayoral and cathaoirleach elections are adding to the ether.
The members of Ballina Town Council took another step towards the opening of the Jackie Clarke Library in the town with the passing of a part eight report on the project put before them at their monthly meeting this week. The part eight report which was put out for public consideration last year saw one submission which came from three sons of Jackie Clarke received by the council in relation to the proposed project. Independent councillor Peter Clarke, who is also a son of Jackie Clarke, excused himself from discussion on the report saying: “It might be perceived that I have a conflict of interest in this matter, but I’d like to put it on the record that myself and my mother would hope that you do the right thing in relation to this.”