Pensioner charged over alleged child sexual assault

first_imgNewsBreaking newsPensioner charged over alleged child sexual assaultBy admin – January 15, 2014 664 Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin Advertisement Andrew CareyA LIMERICK pensioner has been charged with sexually assaulting a young boy between 2006 and 2007.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Michael O’Brien aged 73 and with an address at High Meadows, Gouldavoher, Dooradoyle is charged with sexually assaulting the boy between January 1, 2006 and March 31, 2007.It is alleged that he engaged in a sexual act on nine occasions with the child who is aged under 15.An application for Mr O’Brien’s name not be mentioned in media reports was refused by Judge O’Kelly who said that the alleged injured party was not a relative of the accused.He was released on his own bail to appear at Limerick District Court on March 28 and ordered not to have any contact with the alleged injured party.center_img Facebook Email Print Previous articleFundraising concert for the Roche familyNext articleDeenihan was aware of City of Culture problems adminlast_img read more

Adjunct Faculty – Physics

first_imgAurora University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Aurora University seeks talented adjunct faculty who are passionateabout teaching and learning. Adjunct faculty are qualifiedpart-time instructors offered teaching opportunities based oncourse demand and staffing.Aurora University is looking for qualified instructors withMaster’s degree or PhD in Physics to teach lecture and laboratorycourses such as General Physics I and II.Please email resume or curriculum vitae, plus cover letter statingthe specific areas you are interested in teaching to:[email protected]last_img read more

Finsbury disputes recovery costs after dioxin scare

first_imgFinsbury Foods is disputing recovery costs after its Memory Lane cakes were recalled from supermarket shelves during the egg dioxin scare.It said the fact that there was no public health risk had led its insurer to challenge recovery of any associated withdrawal costs. “We are currently in discussions with the insurer, retailers and the egg supplier to resolve the issue.”Rebecca Tinham, head of dispute resolution at Vertex Law, which specialises in providing legal services to the food industry, said someone ultimately had to bear the cost of withdrawing products. “Whether or not insurers pick up the bill will depend on the specific policy terms regulating the relationship between insurer and insured.”She added: “It is not uncommon for suppliers that have sustained a loss in similar circumstances to weigh up the costs, risks and likely success of a claim for reimbursement from insurers or those that supplied the goods.”Finsbury admitted to having a “challenging start” to the second half of its financial year, ended 1 January. The manufacturer’s larger cake division was up 3.2% on the first half but needed more support to remain competitive and deliver growth.>>’Buy British’ plea to bakers after egg scarelast_img read more