'Buy and Sell' wind-up
Published 03/04/2014 | 02:30
A provisional liquidator to the company that publishes 'Buy and Sell' magazine has been appointed. High Court Justice Brian McGovern yesterday appointed Neil Hughes as provisional liquidator of Buzreel Limited.
The company, based at Bridgecourt Office Park, Walkinstown Avenue, Dublin, publishes 'Buy and Sell' five times a week and operates the website www.buyandsell.ie. The application was made by Midland Web Printing Ltd, which prints the magazine.
A WOMAN awarded €17,500 damages after a road collision has not made a claim for damage to her car because "it wasn't worth much". The Circuit Court heard that Marguerite McGill (34), of Broombridge Road, Cabra, Dublin, had stopped at Finglas Garda Station when her 12-year-old Renault Megane was allegedly hit from behind.
Ms McGill told Judge Jacqueline Linnane she had received an estimate of €4,000 to repair her car but felt it was not worth it and confined her damages claim to whiplash injuries.
GARDA ADMITS CHARGES
A former garda who perverted the course of justice on two occasions and admitted having cocaine for sale or supply will be sentenced next month. Stephen Cooper (29) admitted perverting the course of justice between September 5, 2009 and September 2, 2010, and between August 19, 2010 and October 21, 2011 at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
He also pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine for sale or supply at Ormond Quay on January 31, 2011. Judge Mary Ellen Ring adjourned the matter until May 1.
RISE IN USED CAR SALES
THE sale of used cars increased in the second half of 2013, up 10pc compared with the same period of 2012, according to motor website carzone.ie. It said there were 255,418 used cars sold in the half-year period, which was 10pc higher than the previous years.
German cars were the most popular, with Volkswagen Golfs the most sought after, followed by the BMW3 and BMW 5 series, then the Audi A4 and the Ford Focus.
BOSCO'S BATTERY DRIVE
BOSCO has helped collect 25 million waste batteries and raise €90,000 for LauraLynn Children's Hospice.
The famous puppet was the face of a campaign from The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive aiming to raise funds for the country's only children's hospice.
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