Articles tagged with: Clones District Court

JUDGE ACCEPTS THAT “REPRIEVE” FOR CLONES COURTHOUSE IS UNLIKELY

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20 Jun 2013 Comments Off on JUDGE ACCEPTS THAT “REPRIEVE” FOR CLONES COURTHOUSE IS UNLIKELY
JUDGE ACCEPTS THAT “REPRIEVE” FOR CLONES  COURTHOUSE IS  UNLIKELY

By MICHAEL McDONNELL michael@northern-standard.ie THE RESIDING judge of the District Court in Cavan and Monaghan has indicated that he believes a reprieve for Clones District Court — which has been earmarked for closure by the Courts Service — is unlikely. Judge Sean MacBride made his remarks during a substantial statement at Clones District Court on Friday last, where he referred to submissions he had made to the relevant committee of the Courts Service to make the case for retaining the sittings in the town. He had done his “level best” ...

MEAT COMPANY HIT WITH €10,000 IN FINES FOR HYGIENE BREACHES

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15 Feb 2013 Comments Off on MEAT COMPANY HIT WITH €10,000 IN FINES FOR HYGIENE BREACHES

A meat company that failed to keep a pallet of pork properly frozen was hit with substantial fines at Clones District Court last Friday — where the judge accused the firm of engaging in “economic sabotage”, and a veterinary inspector said it appeared those involved did not “give a toss”. Flynn’s Irish Meats Ltd, with an address at Mullitagorry, Smithboro, was summoned for alleged breaches of hygiene regulations in relation to frozen pork when its premises at the John Matthews Enterprise Centre, Largy, Clones was inspected in May of last year. The ...

PRESIDENT OF CO MONAGHAN BAR ASSOCIATION VOICES CONCERN OVER CLONES COURT REVIEW

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8 Feb 2013 Comments Off on PRESIDENT OF CO MONAGHAN BAR ASSOCIATION VOICES CONCERN OVER CLONES COURT REVIEW

By Cianna McNally Further to the report published in last week’s Northern Standard  the President of the Co Monaghan Bar Association has this week voiced his concern at the decision of the Courts Service to review Clones District Court as a suitable court venue. Speaking to the Northern Standard, local Clones solicitor Kevin Hickey, said while it appears that the Courts Service was wrong if it believed that closing court venues would save money. Mr Hickey, who has the support of other solicitors in the area said that Clones Courthouse ...