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A man from the Czech Republic, of Roma gypsy descent, who pleaded guilty to possession of €40 worth of heroin was given a four month suspended sentence at Claremorris District Court this week. Roman Zigmund with an address at 29 Lisbawn, Claremorris, pleaded guilty to the possession charge at a court hearing in September last year but the sentencing was adjourned until this week.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has welcomed the 23 month jail sentence handed down to a Kilkenny farmer for animal cruelty this week.
Naomh Eoin (Myshall) 0-13
One drunken Leaving Cert student was ‘loving it’ at McDonald’s a little too much when he became verbally abusive to staff in demanding his honey mustard chicken sandwich.
The “B” Track and Field Championships, rained off twice during the summer, has just taken place last weekend, in very pleasant conditions on a particularly well marked out track in Thomastown. The sun which remained hidden for much of the summer appeared in full force. Michael O’Keeffe, Thomastown, starter for the afternoon, kept events moving at a steady pace. The result was an action-packed afternoon. Competition was very keen, particularly in the under seven to under twelve age groups. So the curtain has finally come down on track and field. The cross-country season now swings into action. Hopefully the recent spell of good weather will continue at least for the county cross-country championships which take place in October. The first round is in Ballycurran Cross on October 5 and the second round will be in Annamult on 12th Oct.
A Galway man, who became embroiled in an altercation at a city centre pub, had no recollection of the incident or of concealing a stainless steel knife after consuming a cocktail of alcohol and valium, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A Kilkenny farmer was arrested as he attempted to leave the State after he was charged with cruelty to animals and with leaving nine dead animals rotting on his farm.
A Rahoon woman, who was nearly three times over the legal limit, received a six-year disqualification after smashing into three parked vehicles in Spiddal village while drunk behind the wheel of her hired car.
No alcohol means no alcohol, especially on Good Friday as nine Galway city centre restaurants found out after they were summoned to appear at Galway District Court this week.
People of Galway city are afraid to leave their doors unlocked for two minutes because of the fear of an intruder, according to Judge Mary Fahy who imposed 14 months detention on a teenager who trespassed and committed burglary in four Oranmore properties in the space of few days.