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Gardaí have arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with the investigation into a fatal stabbing that occurred in Longford town on Tuesday (November 1) at approximately 11.50am.
Gardaí at Castlebar are investigating a fatal road traffic collision which occurred at Brize, Claremorris, Co. Mayo at 9pm. last night Thursday, October 13.
Gardaí at Mullingar continue to investigate a three-vehicle fatal road traffic collision that occurred at Hiskinstown, Delvin, Co Westmeath on October 8, involving two cars and a truck.
IN THE pristine minds of the inoffensive middleweights who like to think they dominate Irish literary culture post-Heaney, Ken Bruen is problematic. He writes novels people they describe as ‘ordinary’ like to read, with no higher aim in their devastatingly average minds than pure pleasure.
Four premises in Kinvara were broken into last Wednesday week (September 28).
In an effort to reunite stolen and recovered property with owners across the country, An Garda Síochána will hold its national property recovered day on Thursday, September 22, in Mullingar Garda Station from 10am to 1pm.
The local gardai are taking part in National Property Recovery Day next Thursday September 22. This is a national initiative designed to reunite property which has been recovered by An Garda Síochána with its rightful owner.
The Galway Advertiser Facebook page lit up once again this week after a Moycullen woman messaged the paper with a story about a frightening incident which occurred on Monday. The woman was driving home alone at 11pm when she noticed a car to her rear being driven erratically. Her experience was detailed on-line and the post was seen by nearly 200,000 people and shared thousands of times.
An exciting addition to community first aid and training services has been welcomed in Mayo this week with St John Ambulance Ireland announcing a new Mayo division commencing activities in April 2016. St John Ambulance is a voluntary first aid and ambulance charity that has been at the forefront of emergency care and training in Ireland for more than 100 years. The organization has a proud history in Ireland, for example during the 1916 Rising more than 600 St John Ambulance volunteers from across Dublin helped to treat the wounded on both sides of the conflict. This contribution was recently recognised with St John Ambulance participating in the Rising commemorations at the GPO this Easter.