Irish Times Repoter
Fiona Gartland is a general reporter with The Irish Times covering any and all aspects of news. Fiona has a law degree and is particularly interested in legal affairs, including the repossession courts, medical, pharmaceutical and other inquiries.
Four of seven bankruptcies are personal applications with no legal assistance
‘Gateway’ creator Michael Warren supportive of artwork’s return, councillors told
Defined benefit pension scheme closed despite ‘surplus’, Mandate union says
Mortgage may continue if cost ‘reasonable’, says Chris Lehan
Legislation to be commenced by Minister for Justice to shorten bankruptcy to three years
Couple lose home they had put into trust to protect it from repossession
Wind industry business labels concerns a ‘non-issue’
Tourism authority met with Eirgrid to discuss the proposed new power lines
Thirty-three other schools to have extension projects started
Women will soon outnumber men in the law library, but their progress to the ‘inner bar’ has been much slower
Cases continue to to be dealt with under statutes that never foresaw this complex issue
Opinion: There were clearly sympathisers with the ‘armed struggle’ at all levels of southern society
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