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Monday 29 May 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Charges

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# Animal Trafficking
Thai man nabbed with 16 tiger cubs in truck
He will now face charges of trafficking endangered species.
# abu hamza
Abu Hamza appears in US court with prosthetics removed
The radical cleric was one of five terror defendants rounded up in Britain and extradited to the U.S.
# Harcourt Street
Man due in court over Dublin Garda station spying
A 41-year-old man will appear in court this evening in connection with the suspected covert surveillance of the Garda station on Harcourt Street.
# Northern Ireland
Fourth person arrested in connection with death of David Neill
There were three serious stabbing incidents in Northern Ireland over the weekend.
# Household charge
Sinn Féin to hold protest over Government funding cut for Dublin City Council
A protest will be held outside City Hall at 6pm tomorrow in response to the decision of the Minister for Local Government to reduce funding for the Council based on the level of Household Charge collection.
# Complaint
Man calls police to complain about rising prostitution prices
Michigan police are investigating what they say are vastly different accounts of the incident.
# Student finance
Students advised to compare bank accounts before signing up
National Consumer Agency says it’s important that students check all penalty charges before choosing their account.
# Northern Ireland
Man arrested over alleged 12 July disorder
The man was arrested today and charged with offences including hijacking and attempted grevious bodily harm.
# Refund
$10k refunded to woman charged for 25 years of streetlighting
Woman discovered the error when someone interested in buying her home queried her utility charges.
Ex-girlfriend of Sikh temple shooter arrested
Misty Cook was arrested on separate charges of possessing a gun, which she is prohibited from doing as a felon.
# Seánie signs on
In pictures: Seán FitzPatrick signs on at Dublin garda station
Kicking off what will be a weekly ritual for the former head of Anglo Irish Bank, FitzPatrick signed on at Irishtown Garda Station yesterday evening.
# seánie
In pictures: The cheeky grins of Seán FitzPatrick
Remember these? Bless.
# Let Off
No further action against Barton after arrest
The QPR midfielder was involved in a scuffle outside a Liverpool nightclub on 4 June.
# Assange
Ecuador ambassador briefed on Assange in Sweden
Ecuador is mulling over whether to offer the WikiLeaks founder asylum, after he took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Tuesday.
# grisly
Canadian porn actor suspect extradited from Germany
Luka Rocco Magnotta is accused of killing and eating a Chinese student in Montreal last month.
# John Edwards
John Edwards will not face second trial over election fraud charges
Federal charges against the former senator and presidential candidate are being dropped, say US prosecutors.
# Attack
Man charged over attack on 16-year-old schoolboy
Philip Convery was hospitalised after being assaulted during an attempted armed robbery.
# Boxing
Boxer Hector Camacho charged with child-abuse
The former champion fell into drugs and other problems and recently was sentenced for burglary in Mississippi.
Man charged over burglary at Minister Alan Shatter's home
A second man is in custody after being arrested in Dublin yesterday afternoon.
# Anglo
Investigation into banking crash needs to hurry up - Howlin
Brendan Howlin also said there is a chance the referendum on public inquiries could be rerun to allow an inquiry into the banking crisis to take place.
# Court
Two men charged in connection with discovery of body in Kerry
It is understood the body is that of missing Brazilian man Bruno Limes de Souza Silva.
# Iceland
Iceland's former PM to face trial over financial crisis
Iceland’s former prime minister Geir Haarde faces trial today as the first world leader criminally charged over the 2008 financial crisis.
# Rubbish
Greyhound tells government: subsidise us for collecting Dublin bins
The waste collection company has said it will start charging people who can’t afford to pay for the service unless the government covers the €2.8 million cost.
# Bin Collection
Bin changeover a 'shambles' - Dublin Lord Mayor
Andrew Montague said that there had not been enough time given to the changeover.
# Household charge
Hundreds join County Galway campaign against household and septic charges
They gathered at a meeting organised by the No Household Tax group in Galway last night. The news comes after the Environment Minister said there is ‘no excuse’ to not pay the septic charge.
# Resignation
Watch: UK minister resigns after being charged over speeding offences
The Environment Secretary and his estranged wife have been charged with perverting the course of justice.
# Murder
Seventh person arrested over murder of Ger McMahon
McMahon, 43, was found lying fatally stabbed outside a home in Limerick.
# Bin Collection
Data chiefs launch twin investigations into Greyhound bins transfer
The Data Protection Commissioner wants to see whether Greyhound’s collection of Dublin City Council’s debts is legal.
# Rubbish
City Manager: Yes, we made mistakes with the Dublin bins
At an emergency meeting of Dublin City Council last night councillors asked the Competition Authority to examine how the privatisation of the waste collection service took place.
# Murder
Man, 23, charged over Passage West killing
Tony Leahy appeared at Cork District Court today after a young man’s body was discovered on Thursday night.
# Fees
Dublin City Council to charge for fire brigade callouts
The fire brigade’s assistance at a road traffic accident will cost between €485 and €610 per hour.
# Ghost Click
iTunes targeted by hackers in alleged €10million 'clickjacking' ring
Seven men have been charged over a malware scam that infected four million computers worldwide.
# Road Tolls
Road tolls set to rise 10c in new year
Some M50 tolls will be raised, with charges on other motorways also likely to increase.
# Billionaire brawl
Russian billionaire Lebedev charged with hooliganism over TV punch-up
The owner of the Independent and Evening Standard newspapers is in trouble after he punched an opponent on a television programme last month.
# Polanski
Roman Polanski thanks Swiss prison staff in award acceptance speech
The director returns to Zurich two years after being arrested there on sex-crime charges dating back to 1978.
# UK
Six charged with terrorist offences in Britain
Some of the men are accused of planning a bombing campaign in the UK and of stating their intention to act as suicide bombers.
# Slavery
Pregnant woman is latest to face slavery charges over UK site
Josie Connors, 30, is the fifth to be charged with slavery offences after a police raid on Sunday.
# Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast's ousted president charged with numerous crimes
Laurent Gbagbo and his wife have been charged with armed robbery, looting, embezzlement and more.
# Norway
Norway terror case indicates Breivik is 'insane', says lawyer
Anders Behring Breivik may face charges of crimes against humanity, for which he could receive a 30-year sentence.
# District Court
District Court Judge charged with deception
The charges relate to before the judge was appointed to the bench.