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Account of life in 1950s mental asylum unearthed and Bar Council chief blames increased insurance costs on "lack of financial acumen"

10th June, 2016
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Irish Times reports on a drink driving case in Kerry where Judge James O'Connor said it was not the purpose of the state to "nail" people in terms of undoing their livelihood.

– He was granting an adjournment on a ban on a farmer until after the summer because of the difficulty of feeding livestock and also to allow him to go to a matchmaking festival to find a nice woman to...

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