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As expected, James Bannon TD and Senator Nicky McFadden were chosen by party members on Sunday evening, November 28, to represent Fine Gael on the ballot sheet for Longford-Westmeath in the forthcoming General Election.
A man alleged to have used nine identities to defraud the State of more than €250,000 has offered to plead guilty to all charges to save the State money.
Mobile phone text messages could help to improve early warning systems to ensure that the public and emergency services are better prepared for natural disasters, extreme weather events, or unpredictable catastrophes, according to TD for Longford/Westmeath, Peter Kelly.
Despite a warning on the website that “these numbers do not measure quality”, Longford-Westmeath TD James Bannon has claimed to be the hardest working deputy in the constituency after Dail-activity figures were revealed by the non-partisan website KildareStreet.com.
A GALWAY builder has told the High Court he is receiving Garda protection after money was borrowed from “guys in Limerick” on his behalf.
A Cprrandulla businessman is being pursued by Allied Irish Banks for €18 million summary judgment orders over unpaid loans allegedly advanced for property developments in Galway, property investment in New York and a bloodstock business.
Significant obstacles must be overcome if the new national postcode system, scheduled to be introduced by early 2011, is to be rolled out smoothly across Westmeath and the Midlands, according to local TD Peter Kelly.
The Cats returned to winning ways in the Allianz National Hurling League after they defeated Dublin by four points in their game played in Parnell Park over the weekend. Richie Power scored 2-07 before going off injured, but his scores proved to be the difference at the end of a high scoring game.
The Kilkenny senior hurlers made their trip to the capital a successful one last Sunday when they outscored a spirited, if somewhat naive, Dublin outfit.
A case against one of the partners in musical duo Foster and Allen for not filing tax returns was dismissed in the District Court this week (March 24) after a judge accepted the letter of compliance Mr Tony Allen received from his accountant Paddy Russell on Revenue Commissioner-headed paper was “a forgery”.