Search Results for 'Conal Gibbons'

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Prison sentence for man who breached protection order

A man who breached a protection order, which his mother had taken out against him, was sentenced to three months in prison at the holiday sitting of Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Assault charge struck out against Westport man

At the holiday sitting of Castlebar District Court on Wednesday, Judge Conal Gibbons struck out a charge of assault against a Westport man.

Drunk man found wandering in Westport street was abusive to gardaí

A 28-year-old man who was found stumbling in the middle of the street after a night out and who then became aggressive towards gardaí, was before the holiday sitting of Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Man to stay away from his mother and refrain from drinking

A man who breached a protection order, which his mother had taken out against him, was before the holiday sitting of Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Former club member objects to Castlebar Golf Club’s certificate renewal

During an application for an extension of hours at Castlebar Golf Club, at the holiday sitting of Ballina District Court on Wednesday, it was outlined to the court that a former member of the club is objecting to the golf club’s certificate of registration renewal, which will be before the annual licensing court in September.

Man in his thirties charged with possession of child porn

A 36-year-old man from Ballyhaunis has been charged with the possession of child pornography.

Licensee of TF objects to transfer of licence to receiver

The current licensee of the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre, Pat Jennings, who is nominee of Diorama Ltd—of which he is also a director—has objected to an ad interim transfer of the licence to the receiver. The TF Royal Hotel and Theatre and the Harlequin Hotel in Castlebar went into receivership on May 25 2012.

Shell protesters face public order charges

Two anti-Shell protesters were before the holiday sitting of Ballina District Court on Wednesday for public order charges arising out of alleged incidents that took place at Ballinaboy, Barnatra, Ballina, on August 1 —the location where a giant tunnel boring machine, which was on the way to the Corrib gas terminal, was struck at a crossroads.

Further remand for assault and burglary accused

A 20-year-old Newcastle man charged in connection with the unprovoked assault on two men and a city centre burglary has been further remanded in custody.

Woman to pay €200 for pizza not paid for during Race Week

The cost of a pizza turned out to be rather pricey after a young Limerick mother, with 56 previous convictions, was fined €200 for leaving a popular city centre restaurant without paying and for failing to appear in court.

 

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