Pub closing losses
Three Dublin pubs that have brought their Covid-19 interruption testing cases against insurer FBD are entitled to compensation for losses incurred since August 2020 as a result of government-imposed early closure requirements, The Supreme Court ruled.
The three bars affected are: Aberken, which operates under the name Sinnott’s Bar; Hyper Trust Ltd, which trades as The Leopardstown Inn; and Inn on Hibernian Way Ltd, trading as Lemon & Duke.
A fourth bar, Sean’s Bar in Athlone, a wet bar, is also entitled to compensation for closing between March 15, 2020 and October 7 of that year, the court held, and thereafter until June 2021.
Judge Dennis MacDonald provided that and other findings in a ruling issued Friday. judgment have effects For the amount of compensation that the FBD will pay to hundreds of bars and restaurants across the state affected by the closures and restrictions imposed.
The daughter of a Dublin woman is missing with her make a call She asks anyone with information to help find her mother.
Bernadette Connolly has been missing from the Swords area since Friday, January 7th.
Speaking on Donabate Strand, Connolly’s daughter, Jade Connolly, said: « We’re here today to appeal to the public and any locals who were at the beach the day my mom went missing.
“Nollaig na mBan It was January 6th, also known as Women’s Christmas, and my mom disappeared the next day. I want to make people think about that important day. This beach was active that day. People walked beside my mom with dogs, people walked in front of my mother. »
Jardi investigates the disappearance of 45 years They renewed their appeal to get information.
Today in the courts
It was two men He escaped from prison To break Covid-19 stay-at-home restrictions to attend an anti-lockdown protest outside Dublin’s four courts.
Separately, the court was told that two teenagers attack and rob Taxi driver outside Garda station.
Meanwhile, the 58-year-old is an independent consultant Convicted of assault His brother and nephew will be judged over an ongoing dispute over the inheritance of the family farm next month.
In the Supreme Court, a man who fell on slippery tiles on the balcony of his boarding house was ordered to commit the crime payment He received 30,000 euros as partial compensation.
Finally, the trial of former IDF soldier Lisa Smith was informed that it was suggest to For a man she lived with in Syria who produced propaganda for the Islamic State.
More than 800 jobs will be created By Eli Lilly as part of a new €400 million investment in Ireland.
The pharmaceutical giant has announced that funding will be allocated to build a new facility in Co Limerick.
If it gets planning approval, the facility will need 500 people in the construction phase, and will employ 300 pharmaceutical workers upon completion.
Site planning, in Raheen Business Park near Shannon Airport and less than 5 kilometers from downtown Limerick, is due to be submitted in the coming weeks.
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