Posts from August 2019

Celtic Pure claims August sales slump and €3 million in unforeseen once-off costs incurred 
The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to Celtic Pure, the company which was at the centre of recent recalls of bottled drinking water. 
Clients who claim they are owed money include the ISPCC and Horse Racing Ireland 
A criminal investigation is being conducted into a company that provided cash in transit and other security services and which has an estimated deficit in its client account of €1.8 million, the High Court has heard. 
Reduction comes despite increase in overall size of the force 
The number of gardaí dedicated to roads policing has fallen by 8 per cent since the start of the year, despite an increase in the overall size of the force. 
High Court told potential new beef deal with China could be put in jeopardy by ongoing protests 
The owners of up to a dozen meat plants have on Tuesday been granted temporary High Court injunctions restraining groups of protesters from blockading their factories and intimidating staff and suppliers. 
Mr Justice Tony Hunt responds to report that Special Criminal Court 2 not being used from next year 
The senior presiding judge in the Special Criminal Court has said he was not made aware of plans to suspend operations of one of the non-jury courts, and that it will continue to sit unless it is abolished by legislation. 
Flaw arises over ‘dual criminality’ as bribery or corruption must also be crimes overseas 
A law introduced by Ireland last year, as part of an international drive aimed at combatting corruption, has been found not to be in compliance with the convention guiding the project, the Department of Justice has confirmed. 
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