Advertisement Email AENGUS ‘Gussie’ Shanahan has been missing from Limerick since for 16 years after he was last seen on February 11, 2000 having left a Limerick city bar.Aengus, better known as ‘Gussie’ is the youngest in a family of four and lived with his parents Bob and Nancy at Ashbrook, Ennis road, Limerick. He was an employee of Dell, Castletroy, Limerick and finished work on that Friday afternoon. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Family or friends had not seen or heard from him over that weekend and concern grew regarding his whereabouts. When he did not return to work on Monday February 14, 2000 his family reported him as a missing person to An Garda Siochana. Gussie went to Coopers bar in St Joseph Street, Limerick with friends on that Friday afternoon. He was due to stay that night with friends in St Joseph Street but did not do so. It has been established that he left the bar on his own at 10.30pm and walked from there onto Old School House lane, which connects with Barrington Street. That is the last sighting of Gussie. Gussie is described as being 5′ 10″, thin build, pale complexion and with fair hair cut short.Aengus’s family and Gardaí are appealing for anyone who may have seen Gussie or have useful information and who have not been in contact previously, to do so now.Gardaí are also appealing to anyone who may have seen Gussie on this Friday night or early the following morning to come forward, especially Taxi Drivers in the Limerick area.Anyone with information is asked to contact Roxboro Road Garda Station on 061 214340, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station. Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Previous articleBack to Neverland for Peter PanNext articleNICE SCREAMS from Limerick – A Citizens’ Anthem for Ireland 2016? Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp No vaccines in Limerick yet Linkedin NewsSearch for Gussie continues 16 years onBy Staff Reporter – February 10, 2016 676 Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Print Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended First Irish death from Coronavirus Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April TAGSfeatured Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL
Facebook WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter NewsDogs Trust announce inaugural Dogs TrustivalBy Meghann Scully – July 17, 2019 245 Dogs Trust will help find your perfect match this Valentine’s Day Failure to control horses will lead to loss of life Linkedin Gardaí to remove wandering horses from roadside TAGSanimal welfareanimalsdogsDogs TrustDogs TrustivalKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Dogs Trust launches ‘Nicer to Neuter’ campaign in a bid to help reduce unwanted puppies in Ireland Advertisement Another side to the story of Limerick’s urban horses Email Previous articleSinead O’Connor for Feile ‘19Next articleA successful trip to Limerick for the South African Tag Rugby Team Meghann Scully Print No Repro fee: Andrea Hayes, Holly Carpenter and Maia Dunphy at the launch of Dogs Trustival, a festival themed family event which takes place in Dogs Trust, Finglas on the 18th of August. Andrea Hayes will be MC for the event along with Celebrity judges Maia Dunphy and Holly Carpenter. 17/07/2019 Photograph: Fran VealeDogs Trust rehoming centre have announced that they are holding the inaugural Dogs Trustival.The event is to celebrate the charity being in Ireland for a decade now and will be held in their rehoming centre in Finglas, Dublin on Sunday August 18th.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It’s a family friendly event that you can take your dogs along to with loads of entertainment on the day from training displays, doggie retail exhibitions and food trucks.Andrea Hayes at the launch of Dogs Trustival, a festival themed family event which takes place in Dogs Trust, Finglas on the 18th of August. Andrea Hayes will be MC for the event along with Celebrity judges Maia Dunphy and Holly Carpenter. 17/07/2019 Photograph: Fran VealeThere will also be a children’s “Education Corner” with face-painting, Canine Agony Aunts, a “Pup Up” photo booth with Pawtrait, as well as a “Museum of Modern Bark”.TV presenter Andrew Hayes will be host on the day and some top Irish music acts such as Hudson Taylor and SARLOOS will be playing acoustic sets on the day.Speaking about Dogs Trustival, Suzie Carley, Executive Director of Dogs Trust said: “Dogs Trust began its work in Ireland in 2005 and we opened the doors to our state-of-the-art Rehoming Centre in 2009.Holly Carpenter at the launch of Dogs Trustival, a festival themed family event which takes place in Dogs Trust, Finglas on the 18th of August. Andrea Hayes will be MC for the event along with Celebrity judges Maia Dunphy and Holly Carpenter. 17/07/2019 Photograph: Fran Veale“Over the last decade we have worked tirelessly to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome as many dogs as possible across Ireland. Since our work began, we have rehomed over 17,000 Irish dogs.“To celebrate this monumental milestone, we wanted to create a special fun-filled event for our amazing supporters and all dog-lovers, showcasing the amazing work that we have achieved together and honouring all the beautiful lives we have changed for the better (dog and human) over the last ten years,” she added.Family tickets only €35 and dogs go free! Tickets are limited so please go to www.dogstrust.ie/dogstrustival A Dog is not just for Christmas but sadly for some it is
President Stephen Horvath told Cherwell that the rule in question “has not quite kept pace with modern auditing practices.” This is despite receipts being shown to Union members on request as recently as 2011.The Union now says it has sought legal advice which will support its view that the “all income and expenditure records” of Rule 63(b) means simply the audited accounts – despite Rule 63(a) already allowing members access to these accounts without need for an appointment.Union officials have also expressed concerns about the implications of new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation as a reason to deny requests for financial transparency. However, the Union also refused Cherwell’s request last year – before GDPR legislation had come into effect. In 2017, Cherwell contacted the Financial Director of a major UK law firm for their opinion. They disagreed with the Society’s interpretation that “income and expenditure records” only refers to the audited accounts.Instead, Rule 63(b) should allow for a detailed breakdown of income and expense claims. They told Cherwell that it would be “very hard to argue” that Rule 63(b) just meant audited accounts, “as if that was the intention there would be no point in adding 63(b) as 63(a) would suffice”. 63(a) allows any member to view the audited accounts without an appointment.In a statement to Cherwell, Horvath said: “We are awaiting the return of our audited 2017-18 accounts from the auditors, and will then be able to provide further information.“The Bursar has repeatedly arranged for members to see detailed breakdowns of our income and expenditure. We are awaiting a formal legal opinion from our solicitor on what records we can legally publicise, beyond those records which we have already shown. We expect to receive this opinion by the end of this week.”This is not the first time the Union has come under fire for appearing to not adhere to its own rules regarding its financial transparency.The Oxford Student used Rule 63(b) to request access to the full 2008-09 income and expenditure records in 2010, after initially being refused access to the full receipts.At the time, Simon McIntosh of consultancy firm Grant Thornton said: “Bluntly, records of expenditure do include expenses claims and all that goes with them.” The Oxford Union has refused to show members a detailed record of its expenditure including receipts, despite appearing to be mandated to do so by its own rules.The decision raises concerns about the ability of members to properly scrutinise Union officials. Rule 63(b) ofthe Oxford Union dictates: “All income and expenditure records will be available for inspection by any member by appointment with the President within ten working days.”Since the 2nd October, Union members affiliated with Cherwell have repeatedly requested a detailed breakdown of the Society’s audited accounts for the 2016-17 financial year, without success. Emails sent to the Bursar’s account sometimes met with no reply for two weeks.