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Brokers Ireland have called on the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, to relink the rate of exit tax on savings and the DIRT rate in next week’s budget, so as not to penalise savers who plan for the longer term and attempt to make a better return on their savings.
One of the HSE employees who had been charged with assault on elderly residents of the Áras Attracta care home in Swinford following the broadcast of a RTÉ Investigations Unit programme showing undercover footage of practices in the home last December, is to plead guilty to three charges of assault at Swinford District Court sitting in Ballina on Wednesday morning was told.
A 36-year-old man who committed a number of thefts around the city, including being caught with a stolen charity collection box stuffed down his trousers, has been sentenced to 10 months in jail.
A man serving a 22-month sentence who appeared in court this week (October 9) to plead not guilty to 15 further counts of burglary changed his plea when told all he could get was just another two months in jail.
A man has pleaded guilty to a charge of robbery at a Galway city centre jewellers, an incident which involved the theft of watches valued at more than €101,000 and a number of staff put in fear.
The Circuit Court judge presiding over Athlone and Mullingar has indicated he will have little patience for accused persons who leave it until the last minute to plead guilty.
A 34-year-old woman has pleaded guilty to operating a brothel in the city centre and has been remanded on continuing bail for sentencing.
A man has pleaded not guilty to the charge of brandishing a knife at a shopping centre car park and threatening a woman with it.
A five month suspended sentence has been imposed on a man who became extremely aggressive in the busy A&E department of University Hospital Galway before attacking a nurse who was trying to treat his injured friend.
Two men charged with following and then robbing a