Thursday July 16, 2020

What it says in the papers

Irish population at 4.65 million is highest for 150 years and scientists make breakthrough on roll-up television screens

14th July, 2016

- Scientists at Trinity College have made groundbreaking advances with a new material that may one day be used to build roll-up television screens.

- The Court of Appeal has ruled that a credit union cannot sell the jointly owned family homes of two men to recover judgments against them because their wives had nothing to do with the loan transactions and never signed any document providing their homes as security.

- A woman who was injured...

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