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Songs of the Legends charity show

Some of Ireland’s leading entertainers are warming up to sing the songs of The Beatles, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Neil Diamond, and other legends of the music world in a charity show for GOAL’s work in Haiti at the Shamrock Lodge Hotel, Athlone on Easter Monday, April 5.

Galway property developer tried to sell properties to meet loan repayments, Commercial Court told

A Galway property developer who has unsuccessfully tried to sell properties for more than two years so as to meet loan repayments is in the same situation as many people coming daily before the Commercial Court, a judge remarked yesterday (Wednesday)

Galway businessmen have to outline plans to Commercial Court tomorrow

Two Galway businessmen are being pursued by Zurich Bank for more than €16 million under personal guarantees over loans made to a construction company.

Monksland site drops over 98 per cent in value in four years

A 3Ha (7.5 acre) site on the outskirts of Athlone bought for €17.5m in 2004 and valued at €31m two years later, is now only worth €600,000, the Commercial Court was told last week.

Businessman consents to €2.7million summary judgment order

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Galway businessman John Sweeney, whose Black Shore Holdings company was wound up last week, has consented to a € 2.7 million summmary judgment order being made against him at the Commercial Court over unpaid loans.

Judgment orders secured against north Galway developers

A property developer has consented to an order for judgment for some €4.39 million against him over unpaid loans granted by the Educational Building Society.

Ghost estates haunt Westmeath - Bannon

Fine Gael Deputy James Bannon said this week that the scourge of ‘ghost estates’ must be resolved. Their are some 18 ghost estates in Westmeath.

Westmeath’s politicians take expensive junkets

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Westmeath’s politicians aren’t shy when it comes to accepting junkets abroad. In fact four Longford/Westmeath public representatives were among those who participated in overseas trips since November 2007.

Jenkinstown solicitor accused of stealing from dead client

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A Kilkenny solicitor has had his accounts and assets frozen following a high court claim that he dishonestly took up to €850,000 from the estate of a client who had deceased.

Westmeath’s politicians take expensive junkets

Westmeath’s politicians aren’t shy when it comes to accepting junkets abroad. In fact four Longford/Westmeath public representatives were among those who participated in overseas trips since November 2007.

 

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