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Achill based Fianna Fáil councillor Paul McNamara this week raised the issue of a coastal protection plan for Achill at the West Mayo Municipal District June meeting.
FIVE YEARS after its premiere, Bernard Field’s tense psycho-drama, The Early Hours, returns to the Town Hall Studio next week in a new production from Field’s own Haw Theatre Company.
Ballina District Court heard on Tuesday that a man who careened around a Ballina estate in a Nissan Micra in an attempt to avoid gardaí was only driving the car because he owed his passenger money for drugs.
A 19-year-old Romanian man who has been ‘touring the country stealing from businesses’ was sentenced to three months in prison for three separate thefts at various Ballina outlets last October.
Galway’s ranking in the national litter league tables, published by IBAL this week, has been branded “poor” with the city coming in 34th among the 40 urban areas surveyed. The city has plummeted from 21st place in the previous IBAL survey and only just managed to hold on to its grade of being clean to European norms.
A top inspector, who previously worked on the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse in Ireland in the early 2000s, is to head up the review of services at Áras Attracta in Swinford.
Claremorris based councillor, Tom Connolly, said he is dreading the day he wakes up to news of a road traffic fatality involving schoolchildren at a dangerous junction outside a Gaelscoil just off the N17 at Lochan na mBan.
Penalty point appeals must be removed from An Garda Síochána and be decided upon by district judges instead.
A 68-year-old man in Castlebar is to face 121 charges relating to alleged social welfare fraud.
A Kilkelly man who pleaded guilty in court this week to one charge of non-display of motor tax claimed that eight serious previous motoring convictions that were recorded on the Garda Pulse System against him were not his and it was an issue he has tried to have resolved for a number of years now.