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Topless man unlikely sunbather

A garda who arrested a shirtless, drunken man by the canal in Mullingar has assured Judge Hughes that it is unlikely the accused was sunbathing.

Judge unimpressed with criminal damage

Judge Seamus Hughes was so unimpressed with the criminal damage caused by a Mullingar man that he imposed a two month prison sentence.

Family holiday assault sees three detained and one hospitalised

Two brothers and a cousin arrested for their alleged involvement in an assault in Mullingar on New Year’s Day, were each released on highly conditional bails in the District Court in Athlone on Wednesday (January 2).

Mullingar man is nominated for four IFTAs

Former Dalton Park resident Terry McMahon will take his place alongside Fatal Attraction’s Glenn Close and Ocean’s Eleven’s Don Cheadle in the National Convention Centre on February 11, after his film Charlie Casanova was nominated for four Irish Film and Television Awards this week.

Dalton and Grange match to show the positive side of local teens

A football match taking place in Mullingar tonight, Friday August 26, is set to highlight some good news about the town.

Dalton Park rioter has community service limit extended

A young woman charged as a juvenile in connection with the Dalton Park riot has been given extra time to complete her community service.

Over €6,000 in fines after Grange feud

Fourteen suspended sentences, €6,550 in fines, and €400 in charitable donations were the orders handed down by Judge Olann Kelleher arising out of the Grange feud incident of May 2008 which happened just weeks before the infamous Dalton Park riot.

FAI boss John Delaney gives Westmeath soccer thumbs up

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The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) paid Westmeath the ultimate compliment when it sent its CEO John Delaney to the county council’s monthly meeting last Monday to update the members on the state of soccer in the county at the moment.

Jail for Dalton Park riot incident

“My experience over the years tells me that these people find it very difficult to forget the past,” said Judge John Neilan as he sentenced a man to five months imprisonment for an incident relating to the Dalton Park riot.

Cllr calls local splinter provos “illiterate vermin”

The local representatives of Republican Sinn Fein (RSF) were described as “vermin” and “garbage” by the Cathaoirleach of the town council, historian Ruth Illingworth, after they sent in an anonymous protest letter to the council this week (February 18).

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