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Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) rural development chairman, John Barron, has warned of the potential uproar in rural Ireland should the Government close as many as 200 Garda stations.
A Ballyhaunis man who had 35 previous convictions, including 25 for public order offences and two for assault causing harm, was given a total of six months in prison this week after he pleaded guilty to two more public order offences.
Tour de Force is a group of approximately 50 members of An Garda Síochána based in Dublin, and their friends and family, who take part in an annual sponsored cycle in aid of various local, national, and international charities. This year, the gardaí and their friends will cycle between Dublin and Westport and all the funds raised will go to the Mayo branch of the Cystic Fibrosis Association. In particular, the money raised this year will go towards the development of the special CF Unit at Mayo General Hospital.
After the startling statistics presented to a crowd at the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre it is no surprise that the 50/50 Phone a Friend suicide awareness campaign is evolving. It originated in Westport and has since been launched in Ballina and now in Castlebar.
Fine Gael’s Galway West Deputy Seán Kyne has expressed concerns at the delay in amending the Civil Registration Act to allow for the registration of the deaths of Irish people who die abroad. In May and June of 2010, the Galway-based Bring Them Home campaign group met with the then Minister for Social Protection, Éamon Ó Cuiv, who committed to a review so the legislation could be changed.
The AGM of the retired members of An Garda Síochána will take place on Wednesday March 23 at 8pm in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar.
Representatives of Shell to Sea and the Rossport Solidarity Camp have declined an invitation by local gardaí to a meeting to discuss “policing concerns” in relation to the Corrib gas project.
Two hundred students from the Castlebar campus of GMIT travelled to Dublin this week to take part in a national protest against third level college fees but were not involved in the ugly clashes that followed with members of An Garda Síochána.
A woman and two men from Westmeath have been jailed for eight months for their part in a riot which saw an armed garda violently assaulted.
Tolerance and understanding differences is a key way to combat prejudice, fear, bigotry, and racism, and this idea will form the key theme at a major conference in the city this weekend.