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10th December, 2015
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Thursday, 10 December 2015

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Irish Times leads with a Garda Inspectorate report of a four-year backlog in analysis of computers seized as evidence which has led to serious criminal cases being dismissed by the courts. The cases affected involve stalking, possession of indecent images, child sex abuse and organised crime. A striking Air Corps images shows flood damage to a submerged farm near Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo. The business supplement leads with the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform...

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