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Further public hearings for Moriarty next month

The Moriarty Tribunal plans to reopen public hearings next month to hear further evidence into the awarding of the second mobile phone licence to businessman Denis O’Brien.

24th January, 2009

The Moriarty Tribunal plans to reopen public hearings next month to hear further evidence into the awarding of the second mobile phone licence to businessman Denis O’Brien.

The fresh hearings will include the questioning of new witnesses, as well as people who have already appeared at the tribunal in Dublin Castle. Lawyers for the tribunal have had discussions with several potential witnesses in which they have indicated that it could sit again as...

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