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Nobody make a move: Jack Kairo is here to conquer the Mullingar Arts Centre!

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Jack Kairo, detective extraordinaire, can be seen in action at the Mullingar Arts Centre on Friday March 22 and Saturday March 23. Kairo made his first appearance as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival, in 2005, and has been seen bumbling his way through a series of gripping cases around Ireland ever since…

Woman assaulted her relation at traffic lights

A married woman admitted at Ballina District Court this week to assaulting another female as their cars were stationary at traffic lights.

Man charged with Sandra Collins murder sent forward for trial

A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sent forward for trial to the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.

Teen burglar’s escape attempt fails as he is returned to jail for further month

A teenage boy, regarded as one of Athlone’s most prolific burglars, made a failed attempt to abscond from custody on Wednesday (February 27) as he was being led from the courthouse to the prison van to return to detention.

Christian Brother in court over alleged indecent assualt

A 65-year-old man has appeared before Mullingar District Court on Thursday February 21, charged with indecently assaulting two boys at a Mullingar school 18 years ago.

Mullingar citizens offer solidarity with the guardians of their peace

A book of condolence has been opened in the public office of Mullingar Garda Station at the top of Bishopsgate Street to allow the public offer their support to local officers in the wake of the murder of their colleague in Louth.

Athlone citizenry offer solidarity with the guardians of their peace

A book of condolence has been opened in the public office of Athlone Garda Station on Pearse Street to allow the public offer their support to local officers in the wake of the murder of their colleague in Louth.

‘Dangerous decision’ to shut Mayo Garda stations—Calleary

Mayo Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary has slammed the Government’s decision to shut down six Garda stations in Mayo. Before a Fianna Fail motion was debated in the Dáil, the deputy had urged Fine Gael to reverse its “dangerous decision”, however on Wednesday evening—following an adjournment of the Dáil for several hours in order to allow TDs to attend the State funeral of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe—the motion was rejected by the Dáil.

City assault accused sent forward for trial

A 24-year-old man has been sent forward for trial in relation to a serious assault which occurred in the city centre on Christmas Eve more than two years ago.

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.

 

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