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End discrimination against the self employed, says Davoren

Galway West/South Mayo RENUA Ireland candidate Nicola Daveron believes that a healthy state values and assists those who create jobs and wealth.

New playground floodlights helps curb anti-social behaviour

New floodlighting installed at the playground in Coilte and Sruthan Mhuirlinne, near Merlin Castle, had a positive reception by local residents as it has done much to curb anti-social behaviour. However, Independent councillor Terry O’Flaherty has warned that it is imperative to maintain frequent Garda patrols.

Man arrested after engaging in antisocial activity

A Ballina man was before Ballina District Court this week after he breached a civil order which was granted at Ballina District Court in October that prohibited the defendant and another person from engaging in antisocial behaviour.

Civil order granted prohibiting antisocial behaviour

Judge Mary Devins granted a civil order at Ballina District Court this week prohibiting Ann Collins, 124 Greenhills Estate, Ballina, and James Collins, 68 Riverside Drive, Ballina, from engaging in antisocial behaviour—it is an arrestable offence if they breach the order.

Ballina residents give undertaking not to engage in anti-social behaviour

Two members of the same family gave an undertaking at Ballina District Court on Tuesday to not engage in anti-social behaviour.

Council strengthens its hand against disruptive tenants

In an effort to curb anti-social behaviour, Westmeath County Council will now insist that all new housing applicants submit to a Garda check, and those with any convictions or for public order offences will have to face at least another layer of interview with the housing liaison officer before they may be accepted.

Ballina Town Council gets tough on antisocial behaviour

The elected members of Ballina Town Council this week adopted a new antisocial behaviour policy this week, which they worked out in committee recently. The new policy, which has its foundations in a county wide policy, saw a number of different changes brought in by the Ballina councillors to address flaws and issues they thought were not covered sufficiently by the county wide document. As part of their policy there will be quarter yearly meetings between the Gardaí, the council, an the HSE to discuss items that arise. They have also included provisions that anyone who is in housing provided by another agency and are on the council’s housing list can be excluded from the list for 10 years following the issuing of an antisocial behaviour order.

Fears grow as attacks escalate in Kilkenny city centre

It is always a worry to read about unprovoked attacks on people as it could be any of us. And this week alone there have been three violent assaults in the city.

Kilcoyne disappointed with turnout for special meeting

Independent Castlebar town councillor Michael Kilcoyne said he was disappointed with the turn out of councillors for what he described as “one of the most important issues for this council to deal with” this week. The council this week held a special meeting to discuss and amend the Draft Anti Social Behaviour Strategy 2010-2014 for Castlebar. The meeting was attend by only five of the nine members for the majority of the meeting, with it taking place with only four members present for a period of time also. Those members present were Mayor Ger Deere, councillors Harry Barrett, Blackie Gavin, Therese Ruane, and Michael Kilcoyne. Independent councillor Frank Durcan left the meeting before it began in protest, after no prayer was said at its outset.

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