Why are more businesses not failing amid the pandemic? – RTE.ie

It seems to run completely counter to what you’d expect. We’re in the middle of the worst global pandemic in a century, that is causing millions of deaths and making tens of millions sick. But it is also wreaking havoc on the global and Irish economies, repeatedly shutting down whole sectors, causing hundreds of thousands

COLUMN: A legal perspective on the plans and resolutions being made for a new year – TipperaryLive.ie

With a New Year usually comes new plans and resolutions or in some cases dusting off last year’s resolutions. While his is a very unusual year for us all, it might provide the time and resolve needed to follow through on our resolutions. Being confined to quarters could prove a good time to reflect and

Eyewitness to history: Martin O'Dwyer recounts 1920 attack on dance outside Limerick village like it was yesterday – Limerick Leader

JUST off the Kilmallock Road, 11 miles from Limerick, is an ancient churchyard of Grange. Near the entrance is a neglected monument to an almost forgotten episode in the War of Independence. On December 26, 1920 the British raided a Sinn Fein dance at nearby Cahirguillamore House, leaving five volunteers dead. Martin Conway, Eamon Moloney,

More than four in 10 landlords disagree with eviction ban extension – Yahoo Finance UK

The Telegraph Man with loaded handgun and 500 rounds of ammunition arrested near US Capitol A man with a loaded handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition has been arrested in Washington at a security checkpoint near the US Capitol, authorities said. Wesley Allen Beeler, of Virginia, had driven to a checkpoint on Friday

More than four in 10 landlords disagree with eviction ban extension – Yahoo Eurosport UK

Evening Standard Novak Djokovic hits back after criticism over Australian Open quarantine demands Novak Djokovic has issued a detailed and staunch defence of his requests to Australian Open organisers after being heavily criticised for his attempts to ease hard quarantine restrictions for players. Earlier this week, the men’s world no1 was labelled a “tool” by

More than four in 10 landlords disagree with eviction ban extension – Yahoo Lifestyle

Monday should have marked the end of the eviction ban timeline but the Ministry of Housing said no evictions should take place in England until 8 March at the earliest. Photo: Getty Some 43% of UK landlords believe that the housing eviction ban should not have been extended, while 76% of tenants welcomed the move,

New lockdown – tenant evictions ban extended to March 2021 – Simply Business knowledge

The government has extended the tenant evictions ban once again, until at least March. It announced the extension on 11 January, after introducing the new lockdown. The tenant evictions ban was introduced at the start of the coronavirus outbreak. The government briefly lifted the ban in September, before reintroducing it at the end of last

Some legal thoughts on New Year resolutions – TipperaryLive.ie

With a New Year usually comes new plans and resolutions or in some cases dusting off last year’s resolutions.While his is a very unusual year for us all, it might provide the time and resolve needed to follow through on our resolutions.Being confined to quarters could prove a good time to reflect and tidy your

Woman claims legal aid refused because she received HAP – The Irish Times

A woman seeking to bring family law proceedings against her allegedly violent former partner has launched a High Court challenge over being refused legal aid. The mother of two young children, who is reliant on social welfare payments, claims her application for legal aid was turned down by the Legal Aid Board because she is

Starving Achill families renounced the Catholic faith for food handouts – Connaught Telegraph

Tom Gillespie recounts the rivalry between Catholic and Protestant leaders for the conversion of Achill islanders during the Famine years A CHURCH of Ireland minister established a Protestant mission on Achill Island during the famine years to entice Catholics to convert to Protestantism in return for food handouts. For 18 years Rev. Edward Nangle ran