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The keys to mortgage approval

Getting mortgage approval is not quite as simple as saving a deposit, filling out a form, and being handed a couple of hundred thousand euros, thank you very much.

Bank warns customers to be ‘vigilant’ at ATMs

The Bank of Ireland is warning customers to be vigilant when using ATMs after two card skimming incidents in the county over the Christmas period.

Rape accused gets bail at second attempt

A man charged with 173 rape and sexual assault offences against three Midland children was bailed at a special sitting of the District Court in Athlone this week (December 3) to appear again in the new year.

Athenry man has money confiscated after judge rules it the proceeds of crime

A Galway resident has had €35,050 confiscated and forfeited to the State after a Dublin Circuit Criminal Court judge ruled it represented the proceeds of crime.

Twenty ways to declutter your home

Do you find it difficult to close your cupboards, get around your bedroom without tripping or find important documents in a hurry?

Dodgy accountant gets musican six months grace

One half of Westmeath’s most famous duet, Mr Tony Allen, was given a six month reprieve in court this week (September 16) in his ongoing case against not filing annual tax returns in time, when the judge referred to a letter of reassuarance from his former accountant as “a forgery”.

Dodgy accountant gets musican six months grace

One half of Westmeath’s most famous duet, Mr Tony Allen, was given a six month reprieve in court this week (September 16) in his ongoing case against not filing annual tax returns in time, when the judge referred to a letter of reassuarance from his former accountant as “a forgery”.

The list

I like to try a different newspaper on a Saturday. It's usually one of big English papers such as the Guardian, Times, or Telegraph with enough sections to keep me reading for most of the week.

 

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