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Irish Sports Council (ISC) board member Galwayman John Byrne has won his High Court action against the organisation's decision to investigate him over allegations of wrongdoing.
Fianna Fáil Justice Spokesperson Dara Calleary has called for urgent action from the Justice Minister Alan Shatter to fill the senior Garda posts that have been left vacant by retirements over the past six months. Deputy Calleary has said he is deeply concerned by the Minister’s failure to take any action to fill the posts of the most two senior gardaí in the Anglo investigation, who retired before Christmas.
Local company Financetraining.eu will host the west of Ireland’s first “Financial crime and Anti-Money Laundering” seminar at the Clayton Hotel on Tuesday November 29.
Investigations into Anglo-Irish Bank are at an advanced stage and a file will be sent to DPP shortly providing “some solace” during this bleak and troubling economic period.
Headed paper regulation changes for companies are expected to save more than €13 million annually, as a result of a move by the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe, to scrap the need to reprint headed notepaper with new names each time directorships change.
The responsibilities of company directors and community safety are two of the themes which will be addressed at a forthcoming breakfast briefing organised by the Midlands Gateway Chamber.
One of the region’s best-known businessmen, Noel O’Gara from Ballinahown, was in the District Court in Athlone again this week (November 18) to face a number of charges relating to his alleged audit of a company or companies whilst disqualified from doing so.
Noel O’Gara, the businessman and ground rent speculator from Ballinahown, will get a “priority hearing” on January 16 when he next appears to answer the nine breaches of corporate law with which he is charged.
Two new publications have been produced featuring guidelines for property management companies to encourage compliance with the Companies Ac.
Noel O'Gara, the businessman and ground rent speculator who bought the title to a south Dublin suburban square from under the noses of the City Council three years ago, was fined a total of €4,700 in the District Court last week (January 16) after he was convicted of auditing four companies for which he was not qualified.