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Fine imposed for thuggish assault at ATM

A Dublin man who acted like a thug and attacked a student while he was attempting to take money out of an ATM was fined €750 at Galway District Court this week.

Fine imposed for thuggish assault at ATM

A Dublin man who acted like a thug and attacked a student while he was attempting to take money out of an ATM was fined €750 at Galway District Court this week.

Ennis to Athenry rail link in March

Iarnród Éireann have announced that the opening of the Ennis to Athenry line, which will also deliver direct Limerick to Galway services, is now scheduled to take place in March.

Budget ‘09

Brian Thornton and Terri Treacy of KPMG, chartered accountants, highlight below some of the key points which emerged from the Minister’s speech in the Dáil.

Another ram raid on garage ATM

Gardaí in Carlow are investigating yet another ATM raid in Carlow, this time on an Esso filling station in Bagnelstown.

White to meet Gardaí about crime in Carlow

Green Party TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Mary White, has said that she will be meeting Gardaí and other stakeholders about the recent spate of crime and anti-social behaviour in Carlow Town and county.

Beat stress this Christmas

1. If you are one of those people who has left all your Chrismas preparations until the last minute, do not fret. Begin by compiling a “To Do” list. Include everything from sending Christmas cards and buying gifts to grocery shopping, cleaning the house, cooking Christmas dinner and visiting friends and relations.

Phishing scammer avoids jail

An immigrant father-of-one involved in a “phishing” scam on a Kilkenny bank customer has escaped jail after Judge Desmond Hogan gave him a suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

Damaged bank to be reopened in Graigue by BoI

Fears that the Bank of Ireland would shut its doors for good in the town of Graiguenamanagh were abated this week following the announcement that a new branch was to be opened in the town after criminals destroyed the branch during a raid on the ATM machine.

Drunk Foxford man tore garda’s shirt

A part-time shop assistant from Foxford, who when arrested on suspicion of drink driving became agitated and uncooperative and lashed out at gardaí — where he tore the shirt of one garda — and failed to give a sample, was disqualified from driving for four years at Ballina District Court this week.

 

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