He said £9,000 of the stolen money had been used to pay off a credit card, while £11,000 had been used to pay the mortgage on the family home.
Mr Smithson said: “The offences were for need, not greed.“There was no lavish lifestyle.
The family have not been on holiday for eight years.”Jailing Smith, judge Tom Bayliss, QC, said: “You took money from the school which, in my judgement, it could ill-afford.“Your culpability is high indeed.
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The regulator said the costs were reasonable, "given the scale, complexity and short timeframe for the project", but said that Irish Water should justify any spending of a €978,272 contingency fund.
The letter reveals Irish Water proposed a total budget of €5.869m.
The costs, inclusive of VAT, included some €1.56m to cover printing and postage; some €554,000 to cover IT and technical costs, including development and testing, another €565,000 for a contact centre to handle customer queries and €400,000 for a communications campaign.
Some 706 radio advertisements were funded, and the company expected that 85pc of its target audience would be reached. Natasha Reid A 24-year-old Dublin man has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering a student, who was ‘saving the life’ of his friend.
His ill health had then led to him becoming depressed and developing the gambling habit.
Mr Smithson said Smith and her children also had health problems.
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