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Alleged weapon incident in Swinford

A man is to appear today before Swinford District Court in relation to an alleged public order offence involving a weapon in Swinford last weekend.

Cyclist killed in traffic collision

Calleary raises concerns about fresh Garda cuts in Mayo

Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary has raised concerns that Mayo communities could be hit with more cuts to local Garda resources in coming months.

Gardaí appeal for information following spate of crimes across the county

Gardaí in Mayo are today continuing to investigate a spate serious crimes which occurred during the week — including an attempted armed robbery from a filling station in Claremorris, an aggravated burglary from a house in Killasser, and a stabbing in Castlebar.

Swinford solicitors to challenge criteria for closure of local courthouse

All of the Swinford solicitors and their staff are challenging the evaluation criteria set out by the Courts Service in an effort to have at least one court in operation for east Mayo. At present, based on the flawed criteria and a lack of meaningful engagement with the local community, the closure is likely. It also comes at a time when Swinford Garda Station has been downgraded and the closure of the local Teagasc office is imminent.

Knockmore driver killed in crash

A woman in her fifties from Knockmore was killed in a two vehicle car accident on Tuesday November 20 on the Foxford to Ballina road.

Mayo gardaí invite you to home security exhibition

As part of the Garda Supporting Safer Communities Campaign 2012, An Garda Síochána in Mayo is taking a proactive approach regarding crime prevention and is holding a home security exhibition on Saturday November 24 at The Park Hotel, Kiltimagh, from 10am to 5pm. Entry is free and John O’Mahoney TD will be opening the exhibition.

Man charged with arson attacks

A Ballina man has been charged with two counts of arson relating to two separate incidents which occurred on June 24 2012.

Man who suffers from Lyme disease has drink driving case dismissed

A man who suffers from Lyme disease had a drink driving charge dismissed at this week’s sitting of Ballina District Court, as due to this disease he was unable to provide a roadside breath sample which led to his arrest and a drink driving charge.

Gardaí appeal for information on two conmen

Superintendent Ronan Galligan from Swinford Garda Station appealed to the public to relay any information they may have in relation to two conmen who are operating in the Mayo region.

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