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Boundary Commission must take account of dispersed rural communities — Mulherin

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Fine Gael Mayo senator, Michelle Mulherin, has said that the newly established Boundary Commission which will review the number of TDs required in light of population changes in the recent census, must take account of the nature of dispersed rural communities.

Deadline looms over future make up of Galway city electoral wards

With the deadline approaching for submissions to the Government’s local election boundary commission, the political shape of Galway is set to be noticeably changed before the end of the year.

Nissan pay for dismissal

A car salesman whose redundancy was blamed on the recession by his former employers, was awarded €7,800 after an employment tribunal deemed his dismissal unfair.

Probation for city man who stole from his employers

A 21-years-old Shantalla man who stole over €3,000 from his employers over a three-week period was placed on probation for six months at Galway District Court yesterday.

Man fails to carry out community service

“Take your business up to Judge Kennedy in the Circuit Court and see what he has to say about it,” said Judge Neilan as he revoked a community service order and sentenced a man to five months imprisonment.

Heroin dealer gets 22 months for forged letter

A heroin-addicted mother was jailed for 22 months this week (November 18) after a doctor's letter she forged declaring herself to be drug-free, was contradicted by a probation report in which she admitted to still smoking heroin.

€3k compo for one day’s notice to Mullingar man after 11 years

A manager at a Mullingar car sales firm, given one day’s notice because of the downturn after 11 years of “uneventful” employment, was awarded €3,000 at the most recent sitting of the employment appeals tribunal in Mullingar.

 

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