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Go ahead granted to convert former Irish Nationwide building into a shop

The go ahead has been given to open a new shop at the former Irish Nationwide Building Society office on Clanbrassil Street.

John Gao has been granted conditional planning permission by Louth County Council to convert the building at 86 Clanbrassil Street from a financial institution into a shop. 58 more words

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Irish Nationwide unit on Clanbrassil Street could reopen as a shop

Plans are in place to open a new shop at the former Irish Nationwide Building Society offices on Clanbrassil Street.

John Gao has applied to Louth County Council to convert the building from a financial institution at 86 Clanbrassil Street into a shop. 69 more words

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Watch: There Was A Brief Moment Of Hilarity At The Banking Inquiry Earlier

Former Secretary General of the Department of Finance John Moran: “I can certainly tell you we had a Minister and a Government who were very anxious to burden share with those bonds and the only person who was stopping them was on the other end of the phone call. 341 more words

Insanity Rules In Ireland: Media Ordered Not To Report On Parliamentary Speech

From Techdirt. by Mike Masnick, May 2015

Over in Ireland, it appears that some are not all that familiar with the Streisand Effect. Yesterday, an Irish member of Parliament, Catherine Murphy, gave… 535 more words



By Diarmuid O’Flynn

When Michael Noonan announced his Promissory Notes ‘deal’ in February of last year it was hailed by our media as a triumph. ‘Promissory Notes destroyed!’ screamed the headlines; ‘€20bn saved over the next ten years!’ 857 more words

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What is going on in NAMA and Anglo. It is truly shocking!

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When an Irish company is placed in liquidation, Irish com-pany law requires the directors of the company to produce a so-called ―statement of affairs‖ of the company within 21 days. 599 more words

Michael Noonan

A HIGH Court judge has cleared the way for aggrieved customers to initiate private criminal prosecutions against bank staff.


 In a landmark judgement, Mr Justice Gerard Hogan upheld the right of citizens to bring private prosecutions, after lawyers for… 935 more words

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