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Offaly native and former Athlone Mayor Austin Berry dies, aged 83
Austin Berry, a native of Offaly who became known for his involvement in traditional music, the Defence Forces, and local politics, died earlier today at the age of 83. Austin was born in a two roomed cottage in Clonshanny, near Ballycumber, in 1930, and grew up in an idyllic 'To School Through The Fields' world, where children went to school ... (more)
PE-backed surgical implants maker Innocoll debuts IPO
Innocoll AG has launched its IPO after pricing its 6.5 million shares at $9 per share.
IPO Preview: Innocoll GmbH
Expects to sell 51% of itself on its IPO, a negative. The price-to-earnings ratio is -5.6, which indicates a high cash burn rate relative to the market cap.
Family Notices A - F 17-07-2014
BOUVIN July 16, 2014, Rosemarie, after a short illness, pre-deceased by her husband Christer; sadly missed by her loving son Timothy, sisters Dorothy , Bernadette and Jaqueline , brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, grandniece, grandnephew, relatives, family and friends.
Absorbable Drugs Biotech Sets Terms For $75 Million IPO
Innocoll, which develops collagen-based products to treat pain, foot infections and adhesions, announced terms for its IPO on Tuesday.
The Mayo News
GSOC finds 'no evidence' for Belmullet garda booze allegations
A ine Ryan A GARDA SA ochA na Ombudsman Commission investigation into allegations that certain gardaA , policing the Corrib gas project, received gifts of alcohol from Shell, has found '[no] evidence of the purchase or delivery of alcohol to garda stations, nor of any misconduct of garda members'.
The Meath Chronicle
Missing Australian tourist found safe in Trim
An 85-year-old Australian tourist who was reported missing while on a driving tour of Ireland has been located safe and well in Trim.
Garda appeal for missing pensioner
CONCERN is growing for Australian tourist William Tyquin who has gone missing while on a driving tour of Ireland.
UCD spin-out OxyMem for European award
OxyMem, a University College Dublin spin-out, is one of just nine companies established by academic entrepreneurs, to be shortlisted for the sixth annual Academic Enterprise Awards.
Weapons of mass distraction as barracks to open to public
Captain, Gemma Fagan, and Mick Tynan, who served in the defence forces for 37 years, hold fushia badges at the launch of The Organisation of ex servicemen and woman's, , Fushia Appeal 2014 The move was announced by the Chief of Staff, Lieut General Conor O'Boyle, who said a series of open days was planned for barracks around the country and would ... (more)
Report due into removal of Roma children
The report by Children's Ombudsman Emily Logan into the removal of two Roma children from their families in Dublin and Westmeath last year is to be published today.