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“Ballina is a much safer place” was the message from Inspector Joe Doherty to the members of the Ballina Joint Policing Committee this week who reported a reduction in assaults in general by 24 per cent; assaults causing harm down 37 per cent, assaults on gardaí down 40 per cent and theft from persons fell by 50 per cent, with thefts from vehicles down 11 per cent on last year.
A 31-year-old man from Ballina was disqualified from driving for four years after being detected driving while under the influence of cannabis.
Research commissioned by the Road Safety Authority among 17- to 34-year-olds into the use of illegal drugs while driving has highlighted alarming behaviour, with as many as one in five admitting they were a passenger in a car driven by someone under the influence of drugs. The publication of the research comes as the RSA broadcasts a new anti-drug driving TV campaign.
Headshops and their presence in Kilkenny may well be a thing of the past if public opinion has anything to do with it. This weekend a protest will be held outside the two shops in the city with the public voicing their concerns about the products on sale legally in the stores.
When you comfort eat you are trying to comfort some sort of feeling or emotion that you are experiencing. Comfort eating is most likely to happen at night time. During the day your conscious mind can keep stuff at bay and not think about it, but in the evening at the end of a long hard day it tires and everything is free to come up to the surface. So you experience what is called emotional hunger. You feel the need to eat something to comfort how you feel. Your stomach will oblige by complying with your subconscious, telling you its empty. You think you need food.
A 37-year-old Slovakian who was found in possession of ecstasy tablets pleaded guilty at Belmullet District Court this week.
A 42-year-old Belcarra man, who was detected with cannabis and one ecstasy tablet in his possession, appeared before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.
A bungling burglar broke into a house, made so much noise rummaging that he woke up a resident, and then left a bag containing his details at the scene of the crime, the Galway District Court heard last Monday.
A bungling burglar from Johnstown broke into a house, made so much noise rummaging that he woke up a resident, and then left a bag containing his details at the scene of the crime, the Galway District Court heard last Monday.