Morning Ireland News Quiz
Former Anglo chairman Seán FitzPatrick was cleared of all charges this week, although jurors found fellow executives Patrick Whelan and William McAteer guilty on 10 counts. How many jurors were originally sworn in to hear evidence in the case?
The charges against the three Anglo executives centred on loans given to a group of investors referred to as the Maple 10. Where did the term Maple 10 come from?
It was the name of the restaurant in Portugal where Anglo officials met one of the investors
It was a code word used by Morgan Stanley, the international investment bank which executed the deal
It was a reference to the maple leaf which in many countries, most notably Canada, represents abundance
This week marks the 1000-year anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf, in which Brian Ború, high king of Ireland, was slain. Where was Brian Ború born?
Clontarf, Co Dublin
Cashel, Co Tipperary
Killaloe, Co Clare
This week, we heard about plans for a new television station which will be based in Westport, Co Mayo. What will it be called?
Former champion Ken Doherty qualified for the world championships this week. The Dubliner won the event in 1997 but who did he beat?