Posts from April 2019

Garda told inquest the sun may have blinded driver of their hire car to oncoming truck 
Broadcaster suing over Facebook ads for skincare products using her name and image 
Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan has obtained High Court orders allowing her to join as co-defendants 51 people allegedly connected to Facebook advertisements using her name and image which she says are defamatory. 
Fund had deficit of €770m prior to sale of 25% stake 
The State used a law to cut payments to retired aviation workers to help address a €770 million pension fund deficit and avoid industrial unrest among existing workers before the sell off of Aer Lingus in 2014/15, the High Court has been told. 
Among claims are that council gave no, or inadequate, reasons for decision to grant permission 
Judge expresses concern over number of similar cases coming before the courts 
A jury in an inquest into the death of a severely disabled 11-year-old girl who had been given a powerful sedative during an epileptic seizure decided that she died from natural causes. 
Assessment finds flawed linking of need for change with dissatisfaction at austerity cuts 
Many members of the Garda still do not appreciate the pressing need for cultural change within the force and believe colleagues who have been pressing for reform are simply dissatisfied about austerity-related cutbacks, the Policing Authority has found. 
Gardaí identify more than 20 suspect insurance claims and search solicitors’ offices 
Facebook reported glitch that exposed millions of user passwords to 20,000 employees 
Manager claims company has no right to remove him from his existing role 
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