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Text crash costs man €450

A man charged with dangerous driving after he crashed whilst texting was fined a total of €450 in court this week (September 11).

Book of reflections to be launched

Time Out, a book of everyday reflections, spiritual thoughts, and stories carrying messages of extraordinary power and positivity, will be launched in Galway next week.

Vehicle testing firm convicted of breaches of health and safety in relation to crash

A vehicle testing firm has being found guilty of breaching health and safety laws in relation to the testing of a school bus which was later involved in a fatal crash.

Westmeath vehicle company in Central Criminal Court over fatal school bus crash

A grandmother has told a trial in relation to a fatal school bus crash in which a schoolboy died that she thought the same bus was going to turn over and crush her and her grandchild.

Joyriding girl to get locked up and looked at despite protestations

A teenage girl who demanded she be sent to prison but declined any psychiatric intervention, received the best of both in the District Court this week (November 14).

Judge criticises “testosterone” females

A judge voiced his dismay at the number of women on violent charges, and at their unladylike behaviour in court this week (October 24).

Operation Transformation star to present Goal to Work certificates

Thirteen jobseekers from the Ballina area have just completed a 14 week long specialised sports coaching course which it is hoped will provide them with the tools to obtain some part time employment. The Goal to Work programme, for two days a week, allows trainees to become fully qualified GAA, rugby, and soccer coaches with additional sports modules in child protection, first aid, disability awareness, and active leadership also being offered. Trainees also honed their skills while on placement in Ballina urban area national schools for one of the days, giving many school children some quality coaching.

Lazy parker gets maximum penalty

A man who parked in a disabled bay was disqualified from driving for one year in the District Court in Athlone this week (September 7).

Banned for poor parenting

A woman who allowed a four-year-old child to sleep unrestrained on the back seat of her car was disqualified from driving for a year in the District Court this week (November 10).

Woman pleads to judge for a normal life

A woman who claims her life would have been better if medics had diagnosed her properly when she was younger has been granted bail on condition she stays at St Loman’s Hospital.

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