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Back to the future with ten team divisions

The Mayo League announced late last week that they will be scrapping the eight-team divisions from the league, following a three-year experiment with the smaller divisions and moving back to ten-team divisions.

Man charged with possession of sawn-off shotgun

A 23-year-old Newcastle man charged with being in possession of a sawn-off shotgun at a house in the west of the city last year was granted bail at Galway District Court this week.

Drink driver caught after abusing Prom passersby, court hears

A Dublin man was found to be driving while more than twice over the legal limit and in possession of drugs just hours after hurling abuse at passersby on the prom in Salthill, the Galway District Court heard this week.

Fourteen months suspended for man who worked illegally for eight years

A 34-year-old man who worked illegally for eight years using a false identification card received a 14 month suspended sentence and a €600 fine at Galway District Court this week.

Father and daughter fined for obstructing garda after knife dispute

A father and daughter were fined €300 each at Galway District Court this week for attempting to prevent a garda from finding a knife which had been produced during a St Patrick’s Day dispute.

Questions about begging industry have to be asked, says judge

Serious questions need to be asked about the emerging begging industry where strings are pulled by those using vulnerable people, according to a Galway District Court judge who imposed a suspended sentence on one man for obstructing people while begging.

Questions about begging industry have to be asked, says judge

Serious questions need to be asked about the emerging begging industry where strings are pulled by those using vulnerable people, according to a Galway District Court judge who imposed a suspended sentence on one man for obstructing people while begging.

Reality bites for Celebrity Bainisteoir as players are fined for pub trouble

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Two Derry GAA players who let off a little too much steam in a popular city centre pub following a Celebrity Bainisteoir match, managing to get arrested along with four other team mates, were given the benefit of the Probation Act after paying €300 each to the court poor box.

Horse left in distress as embedded head collar cuts deep into the face, court hears

A young horse, left in severe distress as a head collar had embedded itself into its face leaving a deep wound, had bolted from the land owned by a farmer who had been unable to give a closer inspection, the Galway District Court heard this week.

Vicious assault shows vulnerability of taxi drivers, says judge

Taxi drivers are “very vulnerable” and open to attack while carrying out their business in the city, a concerned District Court judge said this week before sentencing a 20-year-old man to five months-detention for assault.

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