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Dunne sent bankruptcy all-clear in 'error'
HE may have had his bid to overturn his Irish bankruptcy rejected by the High Court last Friday, but just two days earlier developer Sean Dunne could have been forgiven for thinking he had already secured a clean bill of financial health in the United States.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Ganfeng Lithium Co. Ltd. Advances Partnership with International...
On November 28, 2013 the Company received notice from the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources located in Dublin, Ireland that the prospecting licenses that comprise the Blackstairs Lithium Project were successfully transferred to BLL.
Irish footballer appears on Swedish Pop Idol
Forget about The X Factor semi-final, it's all about Irish-man Kevin Walker performing on the final of Swedish Pop Idol this weekend.
Dunne fails in Irish bankruptcy application
Ulster Bank initiated bankruptcy proceedings against Mr Dunne last February, due to default on repayment of more than 160 million, loaned to him to buy properties in Dublin.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Loved-up Kathryn Thomas says finding new man has made her year
The Carlow presenter was left heartbroken last year when her five-year romance with garda Enda Waters came to an end.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
570 jobs to go at Merck & Co. Irish plant as part of network streamlining
As part of its global streamlining strategy a second Irish Merck & Co plant has been earmarked to close but the firm says it remains committed to Ireland.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Row erupts over Rabbitte backing for rural pylon blitz
COMMUNICATIONS Minister Pat Rabbitte is at the centre of a fresh dispute with his own party members over his support for plans to blitz rural Ireland with monster electricity pylons.
Man in serious condition after crash in Carlow
The incident occured on the Bagnelstown to Borris Road in Carlow in an area known as Kilcummey at approximately 9.50pm last night.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Three arrested in connection with deer poaching
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of deer poaching after concerns that the numbers of animals illegally shot was reaching an epidemic.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Ballylinan and District Ploughing
Chairman Patsy Condron was delighted with the support from surrounding counties and record attendances were set once again, with 68 ploughmen ploughing on the day.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Olivia Robertson, who has died aged 96, was the co-founder, archpriestess and hierophant of the Fellowship of Isis, an order devoted to the worship of the "Divine Feminine", which she ran from her haunted ancestral pile, Huntington Castle , in Co Carlow.
A century long love affair with the - pictures' in Mountmellick
The Balcony Cinema opened its doors last month in Mountmellick, welcomed both by those who remembered the old CYMS cinema, and by a new generation for whom memories are yet to be made.
laois rents rising but cheaper than many counties
The year-on-year increase in the average rent Laois has risen by justover 2% according to the latest report from Daft.ie The quarterly national rental report reveals that rents in Laois rose by 2.2%.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
South Tipp deputies voice concern at Grid 25 proposal
Communities across the country are convulsed at EirGrid's proposals to erect high voltage 400 kV overhead power lines, Tipperary Independent Deputy Seamus Healy told the Dail.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
4th National Ranking Snooker Championship begins today
Staff Report KARACHI: The 4th National Ranking Snooker Championship is starting at Sheraton Arcade here from Tuesday with country's top 18 cueists fighting for top honours.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Dunne says he'll never be able to pay a 12m mortgage on D4 home
FORMER 'Baron of Ballsbridge' Sean Dunne has said that he will never be able to repay the a 12m mortgage on his former family home on Dublin's Shrewsbury Road - despite the fact that he intends to work into his 70s.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Sinn Fein Newsroom
Sinn Fein seeks establishment of bio-refinery plant in the South East
Sinn Fein Spokesperson on Agriculture and Fisheries Martin Ferris has reiterated his party's call for the establishment of a bio-refinery plant in the southeast, which would produce sugar as well as ethanol from beet and grain.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
American DNA expert to appear as witness in Crete bank raids appeal
An American DNA expert is expected to appear as a witness in the appeal trial of an Albanian man scheduled to take place on the island of Crete on December 4. Dr Greg Hampikian is expected to attend the trial of Mark Marku who was convicted on various charges, including seven armed robberies that took place in Crete in 2010.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
An organic solution to toxic groundwater - how Carlow wants to clean up China
SOIL or groundwater contaminated by petroleum or other toxic products can pose serious environmental and public risks and are not always easy to treat.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Barratts Shoes in administration again
Barratts Shoes, which has shops in both Ireland and the UK, has gone into administration for the third time in four years, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk.