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Davitt College to rock thirtieth anniverary musical production

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Davitt College’s is celebrating a milestone anniversary this year.

Moving radio documentary wins award for Galway journalism student

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Galway student David Nevin has been selected as winner of the 2014 Headline Award for Student Journalism Related to Mental Health and Suicide for his radio documentary From Darkness Into Light.

Charlestown bounce back at the first attempt

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Charlestown look to triple Burrishoole’s pain

When Colm McManamon took over Burrishoole three years ago, it looked to be a forgone conclusion that he would be able to guide a talented, hard working, side back into the senior ranks in the near future. But it has not worked out that way for the men from McGovern Park in Newport. For the third time in as many years, he has guided his side to the final of the intermediate championship, and left them only 60 minutes from achieving their goal. But on Sunday they could not have asked for a harder side to get through at this grade than those who they will be facing in the green corner.

Davitt College look to put the past to right

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Tomorrow afternoon Davitt College Castlebar will go to Ballinasloe looking to put the memory of five defeats in All Ireland finals behind them and bring home a national crown to the school. Standing in their way on Saturday when the ball is thrown in at 2pm in Ballinasloe is Leinster champions Cnoc Mhuire, Granard.

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.

Mullingar rioters told to keep away from Dalton Park

The 11 men charged in connection with last week’s riot involving two hundred people in Dalton Park, Mullingar have all been released on bail and told to stay away from Dalton Park.

Judge adjourns court case of Mullingar rioters

Judge John Neilan remanded the two factions involved in the Dalton Park riot in July to Mullingar Court on October 16 and November 6, at the local court last week.

Riot ‘incidents’ occurring on a daily basis, says Garda

A Garda Inspector told Mullingar Court that incidents related to the riot which occurred in the town in July are occurring on a daily basis, adding that he fears for the safety of members of the families involved and members of the public.

Seventy people interviewed over summer riot

Seventy people have been interviewed by Gardai in Mullingar in relation to the Dalton Park riot in July, and a comprehensive file has been sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions, according to Inspector Jarlath Folan. Inspector Folan was speaking at a sitting of Mullingar District Court yesterday, Thursday October 16.

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