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The Court of Criminal Appeal has set aside the six-year sentence imposed on a Dublin businessman for failing to pay €1.6m in garlic import duty.”

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The Court of Criminal Appeal has set aside a six-year sentence imposed on a Dublin businessman for failing to pay €1.6m in garlic import duty. However, Paul Begley from Rathcoole in Dublin remains in custody until next month, pending further submissions on an alternative sentence. The appeal court...

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Keeping Older People In The Loop

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THE importance of providing information to older people to ensure they are claiming and in receipt of their entitlements cannot be over-emphasised. That is according to Paul Woulfe, manager with the countywide Citizens’ Information Service, at the launch of a new information booklet for older people. “This...

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New IMF list of cuts hits our pocket even harder

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PENSIONERS, parents and homeowners are targeted in a stinging new report by the IMF. The international monetary watchdog recommends a host of new taxes and cutbacks which would hurt ordinary households in the pocket. But Finance Minister Michael Noonan said he would not follow their recommendation to...

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