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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.

Commission-free dollars and sterling at An Post

An Post is now selling Sterling and US Dollars at 195 post offices nationwide, including two offices in Kilkenny. The new service is commission-free and offers highly competitive exchange rates at post offices in all main cities and towns across the country.

Man caught forging social welfare cheque

A Department of Family and Social Welfare cheque, worth €2,043, was posted to the wrong address where it stayed for several weeks until a man, faced with mounting financial problems, took the chance of lodging the cheque into his own bank account and withdrawing the money, the Galway District Court heard this week.

€50k theft case sent to Circuit Court

A Mullingar woman alleged to have stolen more than €50,000 has been sent forward to the Circuit Court for trial.

Price of 4-bed semi in Kilkenny down 1.6 per cent

Property prices fell 3.2 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2010, bringing the fall for the year to 13.1 per cent, according to the latest Property Barometer issued by property website, MyHome.ie.

€100k cheque case set for late October

A woman charged with stealing cheques worth more than €100,000 has been remanded on bail at Mullingar District Court.

How to gain reliable customers in 30 days

Bookkeeper Eamon Ward gives helpful suggestions on how small to medium businesses can gain valuable customers in a month

Father saves fraudster from further jail

A convicted fraudster avoided a sentence extension in court this week (July 7) after his father paid €2,200 in restitution for limousines for which the defendant paid with bounced cheques.

Average Mayo house price dips below €200k

The average house price in Mayo currently stands at €199,002 according to the most recent survey published by daft.ie.

Oughterard grandmother ‘lived the high life’ after defrauding her boyfriend’s company

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A grandmother who defrauded her lover’s company of €77,000 after she was appointed as financial controller has been given a suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

 

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