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County shocked by two murders in a week

Gardai in Mayo were this week investigating two murders in the county that have occurred in the past six days. These murders bring the total number of murders in the county up to six for the past six months.

Father continues to be questioned following death of two sons

A bleak atmosphere hung over Westport this week after the bodies of two missing children from Carlow were found in the boot of a car which was driven by their father Sanjeev Chada who has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Woman gets seven years for manslaughter

A seven year sentence has been imposed on a Galway woman found guilty of the manslaughter of her former partner who was stabbed 18 times.

Connemara woman to be sentenced in March after guilty manslaughter verdict

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The jury in the trial of a Connemara woman who stabbed her former boyfriend 18 times was found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter at the Central Criminal Court sitting in Galway.

Salthill stabbing victim had been unable to defend himself, trial hears

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A man who was stabbed 18 times by his then girlfriend had toxic levels of alcohol in his system and had a major fracture to his arm rendering him virtually unable to defend himself during the attack at a Salthill apartment which resulted in a punctured left pulmonary artery and lung.

Woman stabbed to death in Islandeady

A woman who was found dead in her home at Derrycrieve, Islandeady, Castlebar, in the early hours of Wednesday has been named as Noreen Kelly Eadon.

Gardai exhume Galway student’s body for advanced forensic testing

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Members of Gort gardai and the Garda Cold Case Unit investigating an unsolved case have exhumed the remains of the young victim found in a burnt out caravan five years ago because of scientific advances in forensic testing.

Woman arrested after hit and run road death

A woman was arrested yesterday after a man was found dead following what gardaí believe to be a hit and run traffic collision.

Pensioner was beaten in head and face

The jury in the trial of the man accused of murdering Kilbeggan horse trader Christy Hanley has heard how the pensioner was found dead in his home having been tied up and beaten.

Jury to consider reduced charge of manslaughter

A charge of murder against the man accused of killing Kilbeggan pensioner Christy Hanley last May has been reduced to manslaughter.

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