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Shell-to-Sea activist and retired schoolteacher Maura Harrington has been convicted of dangerous driving, criminal damage, and four public order offences in the district court.
A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sent forward for trial to the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.
A protester from the Rossport Solidarity Camp was before Ballina District Court this week for public order charges arising out of an incident which took place on July 31 2012 at Gurteens, Ballina.
Two anti-Shell protesters were before the holiday sitting of Ballina District Court on Wednesday for public order charges arising out of alleged incidents that took place at Ballinaboy, Barnatra, Ballina, on August 1 —the location where a giant tunnel boring machine, which was on the way to the Corrib gas terminal, was struck at a crossroads.
Two men who carried out a number of thefts from the village of Ballysakeery, Kilalla — within a three to four mile radius of their residences — appeared beforeBallina District Court this week.
The prolific Shell to Sea activist Maura Harrington faced dangerous driving, assault, and public order charges at Belmullet District Court on Wednesday, while her brother also appeared on foot of public order charges.
Three Ballina men who caused a “callous”, “cowardly” and “vicious” crime against a Ballina garda when they performed an arson attack on his premises were convicted at Ballina District Court this week.
Two men in their twenties who assulted two others at a petrol station in Ballina — which resulted in one of the injured parties being rendered unconscious and recieiving staples in his head — were sentenced at Ballina District Court this week.
A Polish man who pleaded guilty to drink driving after being found to be over the legal alcohol limit twice in four days was convicted, fined and disqualified at Ballina District Court this week.
Seven protesters who were taking part in a peaceful solidarity protest in the Erris area, which was attended by local adults and children in support of Maura Harrington’s hunger strike, were before a special sitting of Belmullet District Court on Wednesday. During the protest a cortege of 86 vehicles travelled through the region, which was followed by an unmarked Garda car. The four uniformed gardaí were at one stage surrounded by a ‘mob’ of protesters as they locked themselves in the Garda car, the court heard.