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Former Console boss Kelly to apply for social welfare

Kelly also wants to repay €3,500 a month on couple’s Co Kildare home

17th July, 2016
Former Console chief Paul Kelly

The former chief executive of the suicide prevention charity Console plans to apply for social welfare payments, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

Paul Kelly, who was forced to step down earlier this month following revelations about Console’s finances by the RTE Investigations Unit, will also seek to have a mareva injunction granted by the High Court on July 5 lifted.

The injunction, which was sought by counsel for Console, froze the assets of...

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