Search Results for 'Circuit Court'

93 results found.

NUI Galway accepts flaws in appointment process and promotes three staff

NUI Galway is to promote three staff members to the post of senior lecturer after accepting a flaw in the appointment process earlier this year. At this week’s meeting of the institute's Governing Authority a recommendation to promote the staff was accepted, following "scoring errors" in the promotion process.

St Kieran’s Community Centre vandal gets two years detention

 

False golfer gets hole count wrong and goes bust on 21

 

Man remanded in custody on four-year-old drug charges

An Athlone man extradited from Northern Ireland to face a charge of possession of €360,000 worth of drugs from four years ago was remanded in custody this week (October 9) for seven days.

No bail for man charged with false imprisonment

An Athlone man charged with false imprisonment has been remanded in custody pending trial at the Circuit Court.

Man accused of bottle attack gets just four nights off curfew

A man awaiting a trial date in the Circuit Court for his part in an alleged bottle assault was told he could have just four nights off between now and his next court date after Gardaí objected to his application to set aside his curfew.

Defendants claimed the Gardaí were racist after stopping them

Two Claremorris men who were convicted for public order offences this week after they were stopped by Gardaí after a number of phone calls were made to the station in Claremorris to say that two males walking out the Balla road were a danger to traffic. On the day they were stopped they became abusive towards the Gardaí and one of them said: “You guards are racist, why don’t you go and arrest someone else.”

Felon could face another decade in jail after €35,000 drug raid in Moate

by Finian Coghlan

Six-month sentence for TriAthlone thefts completely overturned

A man convicted of theft from the cars of five TriAthlone competitors nearly four years ago who was subsequently jailed for six months, walked free from the Circuit Court this week (March 5) after a judge decreed he should be treated like his co-accused.

Ireland’s oldest bar gets its licence back after year and a half in grey trading limbo

Archaeologists, history buffs, trad musicians, bon viveurs, and imbibers of all shapes and requirements can breathe a big sigh of relief this week (March 5) with the news that the oldest pub in the world - Sean’s Bar on Main Street - has been given back its licence to trade.

 

Page generated in 0.0488 seconds.