Monthly Archives: March 2013

Sentencing Too Lenient

Sentencing Too Lenient In Ireland by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 30th March 2013 p.18 Sentencing involves a judge deciding what the criminal justice system should do with a person found guilty of an offence. How does … Continue reading

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How To Evaluate The Property Tax ROI

Property Tax Evaluation by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 23rd March p.18 The Revenue Commissioners have launched a new website for calculating our property tax.It is thought to be 50% wrong.The Revenue has looked at a range … Continue reading

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Croke Park 2

Croke Park Deal 2 by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 16th March p.18 Croke Park 2 proposes to cut €1 billion from the public servants’ pay bill includes salary cuts, increased working hours and pay rise freezes.Other … Continue reading

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Crosshaven Rugby Football Club Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary

Crosshaven Rugby Football Club: Celebrates It’s 40th Year Anniversary by Annette J Dunlea Published In the Carrigdhoun Newspaper 9th March 2013 p.26 Crosshaven Rugby Union Football Club was founded on October 1, 1972.Located in Myrtleville Cross it commands a impressive … Continue reading

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