WhatsApp Email Advertisement by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up THE Director of Public Prosecutions is to consider prosecuting a former director of the Irish League of Credit Unions, Limerick man Matt Heffernan, over loans he took out at a Credit Union in Cork.Following the wind up of the Castletownbere branch of the credit union, an internal report revealed that Mr Heffernan, who was previously involved in the running of Caherdavin Credit Union, had loans so large they were in breach of the law.The matter came to light in April of last year when the former director stepped down amid controversy and speculation. He had been nominated to the board the previous February and worked as a field officer monitoring the operations of the league’s branches throughout the south of Ireland.During the wind up process of the Credit Union in Castletownbere, it emerged that Mr Heffernan had loans valued at €350,000 linked to Bulgarian and Spanish holiday properties and the Irish League of Credit Unions has since notified Gardaí about the matter.The loans breached legislation of the Credit Union Act because of their size and Gardai have been informed that application forms for loans for Mr Heffernan contained incorrect personal information including different addresses and a different occupation.KPMG revealed that the loans obtained from Berehaven Credit Union by Mr Heffernan were not being repaid and that joint names were used. Some of those named were unaware of the loans. Print NewsDirector may be prosecutedBy Staff Reporter – August 20, 2014 1080 Twitter Linkedin Facebook Previous articleKileely households told not to drink tap waterNext articleDeath linked to suspected heroin overdose Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie
Show Closed This production ended its run on May 28, 2017 Broadway alum Jeffry Denman will join the cast of Cagney this month. He assumes the role of Bob Hope and others beginning October 14, taking over for Jeremy Benton at off-Broadway’s Westside Theatre.Denman last appeared on the New York stage in the off-Broadway revival of Passion. His additional credits include Yank!, White Christmas, Of Thee I Sing, The Producers, Cats and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.Cagney follows the life of James Cagney (played by Robert Creighton, who also contributed original music with Christopher McGovern) from the streets of New York to his rise from a vaudeville song-and-dance man to one of the brightest stars of Hollywood. The score features classic George M. Cohan favorites: “Give My Regards To Broadway,” “You’re A Grand Old Flag” and “Yankee Doodle Dandy.”In addition to Creighton and Denman, the cast of Cagney includes Danette Holden, Josh Walden, Ellen Zolezzi and Bruce Sabath. The production is directed by Bill Castellino and choreographed by Joshua Bergasses, and features a book by Peter Cooley. View Comments Jeffry Denman(Photo courtesy of Keith Sherman & Associates) Related Shows Cagney
Most of you have probably never heard of Lucy Li. I know I hadn’t until I read the article provided to me by Glen Butte. This 11-year old prodigy made a quite a splash in the LPGA this past summer. She qualified for the U.S. Open and, although she failed to make the cut, what she did accomplish is amazing.The 5’1″, 100-pound pre-teen shot back to back 78’s in her 2 rounds. She did beat 33 adults who also failed to make the cut. Her biggest hit probably came at the news conference after the second round. She answered all the reporters questions very professionally. What amazed most of these reporters was the fact that she was enjoying an ice cream cone while she was answering the questions. What else would you expect from an 11-year old?Lucy is another in a long line of young Asian golfers who are dominating the LPGA.
Tottenham might have picked up all three points against Everton on Monday night but the headlines have been dominated by an incident at half time between teammates Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min.With the players making their way towards the tunnel after the referee had blown his whistle, goalkeeper Lloris made his way over quickly to Son.Giovanni Lo Celso tried to step in Lloris’ way but was pushed aside by the Spurs captain who then shoved Son.Son, stunned at first tried to have a go at Lloris but was stopped by his teammates who managed to get both players into the dressing room with no further incidents.Take a look at the confrontation below: After the match, Lloris played down the incident saying there was no problem between him and the forward.“What happened between me and Sonny is just something that is part of football sometimes. There’s no problem at all,” he told Sky Sports.”What happened between me and Sonny is just something that is part of football sometimes.”Hugo Lloris played down the incident which saw him and Son Heung-min have a furious row at half-time during Tottenham’s 1-0 win over Everton. 💬Post-match reacton on Sky Sports PL now! pic.twitter.com/iIZBY5aSbA— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) July 6, 2020Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho said the incident was beautiful as he had asked the players to demand more from each other.“It’s beautiful. It’s probably a consequence of our meetings. If you want to blame someone, blame me. I asked them to demand more from each other. I think it’s something very important for the team to grow up because you need to demand from each other,” he said.”I think it’s something very important for the team to grow up because you need to demand from each other.”Jose Mourinho was pleased to see Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min have a confrontation at half-time during Tottenham’s 1-0 win over Everton. 💬 pic.twitter.com/WoBx8NureF— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) July 6, 2020More from Citi Sports Lloris had apparently been upset that Son, having lost the ball, failed to track back and defend.Another angle of Hugo Lloris & Son being separated at half-time 🤬 pic.twitter.com/QpeIAgLmvi— Football Daily (@footballdaily) July 6, 2020It appears the two players made at during the break as they shared a hug in the tunnel before returning to the pitch.”A little cuddle, all friends again in the Spurs team.” 🤗Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min appear to have made up during the interval. 👀 pic.twitter.com/sX4YU2tjBm— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) July 6, 2020