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Kenneth O'Brien's remains were discovered in a canal in Co Kildare. The Central Criminal court has heard that Kenneth O'Brien, whose dismembered body was found in the canal in Co Kildare, did not seem happy about being home from Australia on the day he went missing. Patrick Holligan, a broadband installer who spoke to Mr O'Brien on 15 January 2016, gave a statement to gardaí about his conversation with him that morning. He was giving evidence on the second day of the trial of Paul Wells Snr, 51, and from Barnamore Park in Finglas, Dublin, who denies the charge of murder. Mr Holligan told the court that he spent about an hour working in Mr O'Brien's house and was chatting to him about work. He agreed that in his statement to gardaí that he said Mr O'Brien had said he was not "overly looking" for work because he had made some money in Australia. Kenneth O'Brien was reported missing on 16 January 201... Full story

11 October