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Mother of two stole six bottles of Cognac

Stealing six bottles of Cognac landed a mother of two in Carlow District court this week.

SVDP food hampers

Change time for Home Kegs

Home Kegs, The west of Irelands favourite keg and bar hire company are changing name shortly to Event Bars.

CoisCéim bring hit dance show Boxes to Town Hall

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OUTSTANDING DUBLIN dance company CoisCéim make a welcome return to the Town Hall next week with a new version of their 2000 hit show Boxes.

Secure your fuel tank with Overhaul Services

Heating oil and diesel theft are steadily on the increase. It is strongly advised that householders and farmers now lock their fuel tanks as the easiest point of entry is through the oil tank lid where expensive fuel can easily and rapidly be siphoned out.

Safe dismantler told judge his crime was like ‘finding treasure’

A Thomastown man who worked changing locks on safes couldn’t resist temptation and made off with cash and jewellery worth thousands of euro, Kilkenny District Court heard this week.

Gardaí issue advice on crime prevention

Recently a number of business people in the west of Ireland have had sums of money stolen from their premises by people using distraction techniques. These crimes usually happen at rural shops, post offices, etc. The method used is that a group of foreign nationals, usually six or seven and mixed in gender, enter a rural business. Sometimes they have children with them. Some of the group will engage the staff in conversation about different products on sale while one of the gang, usually a female, slips into the office or private part of the building. This individual will then search for cash and steal whatever is found and in most cases the amount is substantial.


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