Guilty plea entered for murder of Roy Collins

first_imgTwitter NewsLocal NewsGuilty plea entered for murder of Roy CollinsBy admin – May 4, 2010 622 WhatsApp Advertisement Email Facebookcenter_img JAMES Dillon of no fixed abode but from Limerick City will be sentenced on Wednesday for the murder of Limerick business man Roy Collins on April 9 of last year. The trial was due to begin this Tuesday at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin but before the jury was sworn in, Dillon was arraigned and entered a guilty plea when the charge was put to him. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up 24-year-old Dillon was remanded in custody and the case was adjourned until Wednesday morning when a victim impact statement is expected from the father of Roy Collins, publican, Steve Collins. Dillon faces life in prison for the murder of Roy Collins after he was shot at the Coin Castle arcade in the Roxboro Shopping Centre just yards from one of the city’s largest garda stations.  Pictured – Roy Collins who was murdered in April 2009 at the Coin Castle Arcade, Roxboro Shopping Centre. Linkedin Previous articleMinister for Sport considers Market’s Field issueNext articleArts briefs for May 8 admin Printlast_img read more

Continue reading

Nigerian start-up redefines cassava meal business “Garri”

first_imgBuhari meets with Nigerian governors If you are from West Africa, chances are that you not only know Garri but you might have consumed it. Garri is a popuplar West African staple food made from cassava.It’s quite popular and widely consumed in Nigeria. It’s sold virtually everywhere in the open market.One young Nigerian is now refining the sale of Garri and aiming to make a fortune out of it. CCTV’s Deji Badmus reports. Nigerian steel plant to start production 40 years after being built Related Nigerian farmers seek more incentiveslast_img read more

Continue reading