Linkedin Print Twitter Facebook BOOKMAKER Paddy Power is due to give evidence at Limerick Circuit Court next month when a poker player seeks the return of €36,000 seized by Gardaí who claim the money was obtained through the proceeds of crime and not won at a poker tournament. Paul Carr from Moyross, but with an address at Vartry Avenue, Raheen has had a long running court battle to claim back the money that gardai seized in a search of a friend’s home. Mr Carr has been before Limerick District Court on a number of occasions applying to have the money returned after it was seized in May 2011.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Carr claims he won the money at a poker tournament in April 2010 and, as people knew he had the money, he had given it to a friend for safe keeping.Having failed at the District Court to have the money returned, Paul Carr is now objecting to a Circuit Court application to have the money forfeit to the State.The money was seized after gardai searched the house under the misuse of drugs act, but no drugs were found at the address.In his previous applications, Mr Carr told the courts that he came second in a Paddy Power poker tournament at the Burlington Hotel in April 2010 and the money was part of his €300,000 prize.Counsel for the State, John O’Sullivan, told last week’s sitting of the Circuit court that he wanted to call the betting agent as a witness to hear evidence relating to the tournaments hosted by Paddy Power.The matter was adjourned to the next sitting of the circuit court on January 15. NewsLocal NewsPaddy Power to give evidence in poker player caseBy admin – December 24, 2012 753 WhatsApp Advertisement Previous articleEditorial – Don’t suffer aloneNext articleParents Christmas plea for return of their sons’ bodies admin Email
DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ By News Highland – October 16, 2017 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Google+ LYIT President hails expansion announcement Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows A multi-million euro expansion plan for Letterkenny Institute of Technology has been announced today.As part of the extension LYIT will receive a new library and general education teaching building which will house a learning resource centre, IT and innovation laboratories, online learning delivery rooms and clasrooms.The announcement is part of a €200 million PPP Programme for the higher education sector, with 11 campuses across the country to benefit from today’s funding announcement.LYIT President Paul Hannigan says the latest investment feeds into a pattern of growth over the past number of years……………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/paulhexpand.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Previous articleINMO call for review after latest LUH trolley revelationNext articleUpdate: Ophelia expected to hit Donegal at 6pm News Highland WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest
About Broward County TransitAnnually, Broward County Transit (BCT) provides nearly 40 million rides to customers. It operates 44 major routes within 410 square miles of Broward County, and also to Miami and connecting with neighboring transit agencies. Travel time adjustments and service improvements to address traffic congestion are among the latest changes for Broward County Transit (BCT), effective August 27, 2017.There will be changes to Routes 4, 11, 16, 36, 42, 48, 83, and 441 Breeze. Customers are encouraged to view new schedules before planning their trips since some may depart earlier or later than usual.Customers should refer to BCT timetables dated August 27, 2017 for details of these changes, or call the Customer Service Center at 954-357-8400 for assistance. Customers can also pick up schedules on the bus or view them online at Broward.org/BCT/Schedules.Fixed Route Changes:Route 4Weekday: The first northbound trip from Hallandale Beach Boulevard and NE 14th Avenue will now leave 5 minutes earlier at 5:30AM. Buses will now run every 45-55 minutes and times have been adjusted throughout the day. Saturday: Buses will now run every 50-55 minutes and times have been adjusted throughout the day. The time point at Dania Beach Boulevard and U.S. 1 has been removed for all days.Route 11The 5:15PM weekday westbound trip from the downtown Broward Terminal has been extended to 441 at Commercial Boulevard.Route 16Weekday and Saturday times have been adjusted. Weekday peak service frequency is now 35 minutes. The first six weekday trips from Dania Beach City Hall and Pembroke Lakes Mall will depart 5 to 15 minutes earlier. Saturday times have been adjusted throughout the day.Route 36Weekday and Saturday westbound trips have been adjusted between A1A and Sunrise Boulevard.Route 42Weekday peak service frequency is now 35 minutes. Saturday and Sunday times have been adjusted throughout the day.Route 48Weekday and Saturday service frequency is now 55 minutes. Times have been adjusted for both days throughout the day.Route 83Weekday peak service frequency is now 35 minutes and Sunday service frequency has been changed to 60 minutes. The last weekday eastbound trip from Coral Ridge Drive will now leave 20 minutes later at 8:45PM. On Saturday, times have been adjusted and departure trips from U.S. 1 and from Coral Ridge Drive will now leave 5 minutes earlier.Route 441 BreezeService frequency is now 25 and 27 minutes in the evening to improve schedule adherence.