Saturday 7 December 2019

Dismissal settled

OUTSPOKEN Labour TD Michael McNamara has settled the unfair dismissal case taken against him by a childhood friend.

In Ennis yesterday, three members of the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) were due to hear direct evidence from Mr McNamara's former parliamentary assistant Conor Daly. He was dismissed from his post in 2012.

However, Mr Daly withdrew the case from the EAT with no further order required after talks between lawyers for the two sides concluded earlier this week

Ilac Centre evacuation

ONE of the country's busiest shopping centres had to be evacuated yesterday evening after a suspect package was discovered.

Hundreds of customers were forced to vacate the Ilac Centre on Dublin city's Henry Street at around 6pm after the package was reported outside the centre's River Island clothing store.

A large crowd gathered at the scene but shortly before 7pm the package was declared a false alarm.

Eviction on hold

A High Court judge has given a mother of four on social welfare another week before deciding if a bank should be allowed seize her €700,000 property.

High Court President Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns said he was adjourning the matter for a week to give Mary White and Bank of Ireland Mortgage Bank an opportunity to file further legal documents.

Judge Kearns last week blocked the Dublin City Sheriff, James C Barry, from evicting Ms White and her family from 190 Upper Rathmines Road, Dublin.

Irish Independent

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