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Crime Prevention Officer expresses concern over thefts from cars

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Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath’s Crime Prevention Officer, this week expressed concern at the ongoing thefts from cars in the Westmeath division.

From back west to out east

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How many of us have been hit by the current economic climate and have often spoken the words “I just want to get the hell out of this country”, but in many cases, it is much easier said than done, as we have things like money and family holding us back.

Keep an eye out for four-legged pedestrians

Not so lucky rabbits are the most common road-kill after pets, and the AA is reminding motorists driving on rural routes this summer to keep an eye out for all creatures great and small.

Forty two per cent of Mayo drivers surveyed have run over a pet

The AA is reminding motorists driving on rural routes this summer to keep an eye out for all creatures great and small having learnt through their latest motor insurance poll that approximately four out of 10 drivers in Ireland have run over a pet or other non domesticated animal at some point while driving. Out of 248 motorists in Mayo polled, 42.9 per cent have run over a pet or an animal.

Control your hayfever

Atishoo! Atishoo! Your eyes are streaming, your nose is running and you are constantly reaching for tissues.

Car and door to house smashed up in family fracas

Two men were sentenced to prison this week after they smashed up a car and door to a house of a Castlebar man.

Car and door to house smashed up in family fracas

Two men were sentenced to prison this week after they smashed up a car and door to a house of a Castlebar man.

Ease that sneeze

Sneezing, runny/blocked nose, red, watery, itchy eyes and an itchy throat. If you are currently under seige from these symptoms then you may be one of the 15 per cent of people who suffers from the summertime misery known as hayfever.

Blacked out car windows leads to conviction

A man whose car had blacked out windows, a bald tyre, and non conforming number plates was before Belmullet District Court on Wednesday.

Kilkenny funerals prove prime locations for thieves

Never assume your handbag is safe in an unoccupied car - that’s the advice from Kilkenny’s chief superintendent Michael McGarry.

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