Posts from April 2020

Miss Jacqueline II held west of Mizen Head on Sunday over alleged logbook offences 
The skipper of a French-registered trawler is scheduled to appear in court in West Cork on Friday after his vessel was detained by the Naval Service for an alleged breach of fishing regulations. 
Seventeen people die in road crashes since first restrictions came into effect in March 
Some motorists are driving at “extreme speeds” on Ireland’s less-busy roads during the coronavirus crisis, the State’s top traffic garda has warned, as new figures show that 17 people have been killed since the first restrictions in March. 
Michael Chadwick, its largest shareholder, sought injunction claiming agm breached shareholders rights 
A High Court judge has refused to grant an order restraining the holding of a “closed” annual general meeting of the builders merchants and Woodies DIY Grafton Group plc on Wednesday. 
Senior gardaí increasingly concerned about growing complacency surrounding Covid-19 
Gardaí dealt with a large increase in house parties and social gatherings over the weekend as concern grows over public complacency regarding the movement restrictions due to Covid-19. 
Bankruptcy trustee says representative engaged in ‘blatant forum shopping’ in US 
Expressing concern that “justice delayed is justice denied”, bankrupt developer Sean Dunne’s lawyer is seeking a status call with the judge who will make a key ruling in his bid to block dispersal of certain funds to settle his long-running US bankruptcy case. 
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