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Man charged with 12 counts of fraud

A man who ran a pub on Parliament Street for a month last summer appeared at Kilkenny District Court this week charged with 12 different counts of fraud amounting to almost €14,000.

Department dispute finally over

Two weeks ago we reported that a local internal dispute in the

Westmeath online court payments

Service users of Westmeath's district courts will be able pay fines online next year, according to a spokesman for the Courts Service.

Is Government lifeline to banks going to cost us in the long run ?

The million dollar question on the lips of the tax-payer is, ‘is the proposed €400 billion pay-out to banks going to hurt anyone other than the tax-payer at the end of the day, when the economy recovers’.

Man pleads guilty to fraudulently cashing in disability cheques

A sixty-year-old man who fraudulently cashed in a number of social welfare cheques, with a total value of over €1,100 appeared before Kilkenny District Court last week.

Man bought fake vouchers in Dublin pub

The crime of forgery appeared in several cases at this week’s sitting of Carlow District Court.

Newcastle man passed cheques which bounced in Ballinrobe, Mayo court told

A Galway man was convicted and fined €300 and ordered to hand over €500 compensation for passing two cheques that bounced at Ballinrobe District Court. Mark Keane pleaded guilty to the charges in court, in a case which his solicitor Cathy McDarby said had “no malice in it”.

Galway man passed cheques which bounced in Ballinrobe

A Galway man was convicted and fined €300 and ordered to hand over €500 compensation for passing two cheques that bounced at Ballinrobe District Court. Mark Keane pleaded guilty to the charges in court, in a case which his solicitor Cathy McDarby said had “no malice in it”.

Ballyhaunis native ‘Tom the Con’ to be sentenced next month

A former prison officer turned serial con man who was the subject of an RTÉ Liveline campaign to track him down will be sentenced next month at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

Man gets one year for bouncing cheques

Leading a “topsy turvy life of excess” yielded one year in prison for a young Kilkenny man in Circuit Court this week. Shane Pouch (28) now living in Stephenstown Lodge Two Mile House Naas Co Kildare was before Judge Olive Buttimer on 12 counts of deception dating from June 14, 2007 to October 5, 2007. The court heard that during this period of time, Mr Pouch purported to be a businessman with a penchant for luxury about to run a restaurant in Kilkenny city.

 

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