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Gardai carry Special Olympics torch to Kilkenny

Members of Kilkenny Gardai along with members of the PSNI carried the Special Olympic torch to The Mother of Fair Love School in Kilkenny this week during the Law Enforcement Torch Run around the country.

Famine commemoration a great success

A successful series of cultural events took place locally in the week leading up to the National Famine Commemoration in Murrisk. The organising committee of these events would like to thank all those who attended the events throughout the week and made voluntary donations to famine relief totalling almost €2,000.

Law Enforcement Torch Run to hit Kilkenny next month

The 2010 Special Olympics Ireland Games will take place in Limerick and Clare from June 9 to 13.

A need for chips cost €200

A man who pleaded not guilty after an arrest for his part in mob chanting outside a late night chipper, was convicted and fined €200 in the District Court this week (March 3) after he conceded he’d read his charge sheet incorrectly.

Parents and teenagers urged to learn more dangers of drugs

Tuam Joint Policing Committee will host a drugs awareness information night at the Mercy Secondary School from 8pm to 9.30pm on Tuesday.

Garda impersonator pleads guilty

An 18 year-old man admitted impersonating a member of An Garda Síochana at Kilkenny Court this week.

Mayo community groups commended by President

President Mary McAleese commended community groups in Mayo this week for “creating space in their lives to grow their communities”.

Carlow-based Garda receives award for highest grades

A Carlow-based Garda received the Commissioner's medal for achieving the highest academic grades in her year at the passing out ceremony of 273 newly qualified gardaí held at the Garda College in Templemore, Co Tipperary on Monday last.

Voters can kick out the jams on polling day

Friday June 5 has finally been declared as the date for the 2009 European and Local Elections - that’s just 114 days for voters to decide whether they will ‘kick ‘em out or keep ‘em in’.

Jail and psychiatric assessment for Shell to Sea activist

Retired school principal and prolific Shell to Sea activist, Maura Harrington, Tullyaghanbawn, Geesala, Belmullet, was sentenced to 28 days in jail and recommended to undergo psychiatric assessment, by Judge Mary Devins at Belmullet District Court on Wednesday, after Harrington was convicted of a section two assault on retired garda Eamon Berry on June 11 2007 during a protest at Pullathomas Pier. The defendant, who was also bound to the peace for 12 months for a public offence on a different date, failed to sign the bond. Due to her contempt of court Harrington was sentenced to jail a further two days concurrent.


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