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A Government-backed mortgage scheme for first-time buyers is to be extended following a significant volume of applications in the first three months.
However, some potential borrowers have complained of a lack of clarity around eligibility criteria.
The Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan was launched earlier this year by Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy.
It allows first-time buyers to borrow up to 90% of a property's value.. Read More
RTÉ News has learned that an audit on the CervicalCheck controversy has found that around half of the 206 women affected were not told they may have had a delayed diagnosis and may have benefited from earlier treatment.
The audit also identified more than 12 women who have died, but it has yet to be determined if their death was due to a delayed diagnosis.
A serious incident management team is continuing to gather information from around 13 hospitals on the scale of the controversy.
We are looking to recruit a Trainee Solicitor who has completed the FE1 examinations to join our team.
The role will involve assisting in District, Circuit and High Court, criminal and litigation cases. You will also gain experience in the area of conveyancing.
This is a full time position with a 3 month probationary period, with a view to a full time training contract.
Candidates must possess the following:
If you wish to apply for this role please email a CV and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is 4 May 2018 at 5pm.
John M Joy & Co be closing for Easter on Thursday the 29th March at 1pm.
We will re-open at 9am on Tuesday the 3rd April.
For emergencies, please contact John Joy on 086-2580831.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the unborn has no rights under the Constitution other than the right to life in the Eighth Amendment, in a landmark case about the extent of the rights of the unborn.
The State had appealed a High Court finding that the unborn has constitutional rights beyond the right to life.
Chief Justice Mr Justice Frank Clarke said the judgment was lengthy and complex.
But he said it had been possible to reach consensus on the issue and the decision of the seven-judge court was unanimous. Read More
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