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Are you worried about your ageing memory?

As we age, it is normal for our memory and other brain functions to decline. There is little point in living to 100 if our brain is not functioning properly. Throughout our lives new brain cells are being created in a process called neurogenesis (neuro means nerve and genesis means birth). Even in people with Alzheimer’s new brain cells are being created. However we need to have these brain cells functioning at full capacity; hence the importance of exercise and diet. Next we need to engage these new cells so these new brain cells begin communicating with each other, rejuvenating our brain’s abilities.

€52k of hashish seized in Glasson swoop

Gardaí made a significant dent in the Midland’s drug trade after they seized an estimated 10 kgs of hashish following the search of a car in Glasson on Wednesday evening (August 22).

Man supplements dole with drug dealing - court hears

A young man whom Judge Hughes said looks nothing like the people who usually come before the court will have to live with a drug dealing conviction.

Drug seizure at The Swan

Gardaí from Abbeyleix Garda Station arrested a man in his 40s and seized a quantity of cannabis plants in a planned search of a house on Tuesday, January 31 last.

Garden sought for community service projects

If anyone has a disused, overgrown walled garden around Mullingar, they should contact Judge Seamus Hughes.

Planning applications continue to plummet

Planning applications for housing developments in the county continue to decline, the planning SPC heard on Monday.

Bonniconlon man had over €6k worth of drugs stashed in hay shed

A 21-year-old who stashed drugs in a hay shed on his family farm was before Ballina District Court this week for the possession of cannabis and also for the sale and supply of the drug.

Oranmore man uses internet tips to start cannabis growing

An Oranmore man who gleaned information from the internet on how to grow cannabis plants admitted his “stupidity” and “naivity” at Galway District Court this week before being ordered to carry out community service.

Sentencing adjourned on man found with €400 worth of cannabis

A Polish man who told the district court in Ballyhaunis this week that he had saved up money to buy 26.56 grammes of cannabis which he used as pain relief for a knee injury had his sentencing adjourned for 12 months by Judge Mary Devins.

Drug minder finds himself in court after house search

“I was only holding it for someone,” was the response given by a young Mullingar man when gardaí found close to €800 worth of drugs at his home.

 

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