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Pub served underage girl

A pub in Shrule is to be closed for 48 hours after the previous licensee was convicted for allowing a 16-year-old to consume intoxicating liquor in the pub.

Free information meeting – Taking the Mystery out of Drugs

Myths and mystery often surround the use of illegal substances. On Friday night, November 16, there will be a free information talk on drug use in Ireland in the Mayo Education Centre, Castlebar (near GMIT).

Drug and alcohol awareness week will highlight dangers of drinking during pregnancy

The Western Region Drug and Alcohol awareness week which runs from November 12 to 16 aims to increase awareness of drug and alcohol related issues and highlight the supports that are available.

Merchants Quay Ireland reopens Open Door Homeless and Drugs Services

Merchants Quay Ireland, officially reopened their Open Door Homeless and Drugs Service in Athlone today.

People urged to take part in online alcohol survey

Information from an online survey being conducted locally will help develop a five year strategy to reduce alcohol related harm in the city.

Reducing alcohol without reducing enjoyment

There is no doubt about the role that the consumption of alcohol plays in the economy of this city. No city could earn the monicker of being a party city, a city that never sleeps, without acknowledging the role that drink plays in the creation of this perception. Just a cursory search of the world Galway in Twitter reveals the number of exchanges hourly that praise Galway for being a place where time gets lost, where today ends and tomorrow begins, inevitably lost in a haze of alcohol and music.

Mayo off-licences call on Government to introduce mandatory training for alcohol retailers

Mayo members of the National Off-Licence Association (NOffLA) have called on the Irish Government to introduce a mandatory training programme for all retailers of alcohol.

Chronic wine bottle thief jailed

A Westmeath chronic alcoholic who used up every chance given to him by the court has been jailed for 10 months after continuing to re-offend by nicking bottles of wine from a number of city centre premises and committing public order offences.

All you need to know about surviving Christmas… from

For all you need to know about surviving Christmas check out the Christmas Survival Guide, packed full of essential tips for lasting the pace this festive season.

VFI calls for minimum price for alcohol

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has backed calls by Alcohol Action Ireland for a minimum price for alcohol to help prevent the abuse and misuse of alcohol and the irresponsible sale and promotion of alcohol.


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