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Armed gardaí required at Athlone court for Traveller feud hearing

Upwards of 20 gardaí, including an armed response unit, were present to maintain order as the latest seven protagonists in the ongoing Joyce-Ward feud went before the District Court on Wednesday (January 11).

Athlone’s new Garda station ready to go to tender - OPW confirms

Athlone’s long awaited new Garda station is nearing its final stages, the Office of Public Works has confirmed.

Athlone and Mullingar finally get new judge

After a 10-month wait the Department of Justice have finally formally replaced the venerable Judge John Neilan, when Judge Seamus Hughes took to the bench in Athlone District Court on Wednesday (March 9). He had already sat in Longford on Tuesday and completed his initiation in Court District No9 on Thursday when he introduced himself to Mullingar.

Murder accused bail application held up by technicality

An application for release on bail from the man accused of the murder of Marie Greene was refused in the District Court this week (March 9) after the judge was not satisfied with the independent surety presented to him.

Judge queries how school bus with “serious defects” had valid NCT

A judge halted proceedings against the driver of a school bus found to have 19 “serious defects” only three months after it passed its NCT, in order to hear from the proprietor of the garage where this certificate was issued.

Agency engagement saves man with “appalling record” from further jail

A man with an “appalling” 93 previous convictions avoided a further jail sentence in the District Court this week (February 16) despite pleading guilty to possession of a knife and two incidents of public disorder in a week.

Just €200 fine for Brawney man who assaulted female neighbour

A man whose family was evicted from local authority housing last month after a campaign of anti-social behaviour in their estate, was convicted in the District Court this week (November 17) of an assault on a female former neighbour and fined €200.

Jail for a jar of coffee?

A man will discover in a fortnight whether he will have to face jail for shoplifting a jar of coffee worth less than €3, it was revealed in the District Court this week (November 17).

A century of offences for Athlone’s most famous thief

A local woman whose thieving sprees around Temple Bar in Dublin saw her feature in the Sunday World earlier this year, racked up her 100th conviction in total this week (November 17) in Athlone District Court.

St Patrick’s Day winners announced

The St Patrick’s Festival committee would like to thank everyone who participated in and supported this year’s festival. It was a great day, with fantastic weather that brought the streets of Athlone to life.

 

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