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Controller assaulted at Athlone Railway Station after drunk man tried to get on train

A senior staff member at Athlone Railway Station was assaulted in an unprovoked attack in the early hours of Wednesday morning, July 3.

Gardai clear up attempted abduction claim

Gardai in Castlebar confirmed to the Mayo Advertiser yesterday that what was initially reported to have been an attempted abduction of a child in the Castlebar area last weekend has been investigated and is not what it was originally feared.

Public asked to help identify man who died following offshore rescue

Gardaí are appealing to the public for help in identifying a man who died after being rescued from the water off the coast of the city at the weekend.

Gardaí warn of fundraising fraud in Knocknacarra

Gardaí have warned householders to beware of bogus charity collectors following incidents of fraudsters collecting money door to door in Knocknacarra.

Gardai seek Interpol assistance to identify Lettermullen beach body

Galway gardai are continuing their efforts to establish the identity of a body found washed up on the rocks of a Lettermullen beach last week with assistance now being sought from international police organisation Interpol.

Stricter closing hours could make city a ghost town, say publicans

Publicans and club owners in the city have reacted angrily to a clampdown on late-night opening by An Garda Siochana in recent days, but gardai have stated that they are merely carrying our routine inspections in accordance with the law.

Gardaí warn of computer scam

Gardaí are warning the public of a computer scam which misuses police logos in an attempt to extract money from victims by locking them out of their computers and asking them to pay a fine in order to get the computer unlocked.

Arrests made at bare-knuckle fist fight

An illegal barek-nuckle fist fight between two rivals descended into even more violence when an affray involving more than 200 supporters broke out, resulting in gardai being called to the scene and arrests being made.

Students up the ante with occupation of TD and Department offices

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There were dramatic scenes at the constituency office of a Galway West TD yesterday afternoon after a number of Free Education for Everyone (FEE) members occupied the building to protest against student fee hikes, however tensions escalated during an hour-long stand-off involving gardai and the fire brigade, resulting in nine arrests.

'Comer raid may not be linked to other raids

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Gardaí in Kilkenny are continuing to investigate whether or not three post office raids that occurred within 12 hours of each other in different parts of the country are linked to any one criminal gang.

 

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