St Kieran’s Community Centre vandal gets two years detention


A youth co-responsible for the vandalising of St Kieran’s Community Centre last month, as well as the robbery of a dozen laptops from the Gaelscoil, was jailed for a total of two years without remission this week (July 16).

The 15-year-old, who cannot be named because of his age, was given three, consecutive, eight-month sentences for the above two offences, and for his part in an attack on a person’s home in Sarsfield Square on June 2.


Slips, trips, and falls by far the main cause of public liability accidents in 2013

In Westmeath, €733,000 was awarded in respect of 26 public liability claims in 2013. The average award made was €28,204.

The Prince Bar head chef Darren Hollywood with his team Sanil, Theresa, Liz, Colm, Sam, and Nerus


Mullingar Classic and Vintage Club launch second annual show

A little over two years ago John Gavin and Giovanni Toselli decided to establish a club for the growing number of vintage and classic vehicle enthusiasts in the county.

Organisers at the launch of this year’s show


O’Rourke invites Athlone to book launch “party”

Former Minister and TD, Mary O’Rourke is hoping to use the launch of her memoir on Sunday to provide “a bit of a party for Athlone”.


Tax incentive attracts investors to O’Donnellan & Joyce forthcoming auction

O’Donnellan & Joyce reported this week that it has been overwhelmed by the number of investors who entered the market in recent weeks, particularly those looking for Galway city properties close to NUIG and UHG. The Government’s capital gains incentive introduced in 2013 comes to an end at the end of this year and provides for investors who purchase a property prior to the end of the year and holds it for seven years; they can then sell the property without having to pay capital gains tax. This is an incredible incentive for investors as there is no other asset that you can acquire and hold for a seven year period tax-free.

No 4 Moyola Park.


The Midlanders seek to avoid relegation

Suddenly Athlone Town are acquiring belief and momentum as the Midlanders seek to avoid an instant relegation.

Gorman feels the team played well under Mick Cooke. Photo: Sportsfile

The Week

Get ready for summer chic at The Prince Bar and Karma Nightclub

Friday night is upon us again and what better way to round up your week than with cocktails in the Prince Bar! Tonight The Prince invites you to join them in a taste of their new cocktail menu, with two for one cocktails all night - a great excuse to round up your friends!

Organisers and artists help launch Cruthú Arts Festival. Photo: Shelley Corcoran.

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