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Remains were discovered on Keel Beach, Achill, on Wednesday by a local person.
A mobile phone and computer repair store was completely “cleaned out” by four suspects during a night-time burglary in which they made off with equipment valued at €35,000.
A fire which broke out in Healy’s Hotel, Pontoon, on Tuesday is not believed to have been started suspiciously, according to a Garda spokesperson.
With the busiest shopping period of the year upon us, especially online, the public and retailers alike are being advised to take steps to protect themselves from fraud by the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation.
A city taxi driver was left in a state of severe shock this week after a drunk and abusive passenger suddenly pulled out a large hunting knife which was strapped to his leg and threatened him with it.
Gardai are warning people to have their pets microchipped in order to ensure their identification if the animal is stolen or missing.
The self-styled ‘Anglo Avenger’, believed to be a Galway based businessman furious at the bank, struck again yesterday morning by driving a cement truck right up to the gates of Leinster House on the first day of the new Dáil term.
Two men, apprehended shortly after a serious hit and run which resulted in a woman being brought to hospital and traffic gridlock, were questioned for several hours before being released without charge yesterday morning.
Reports that a man was slashed with a scalpel at Galway Racecourse on Tuesday when a robbery went awry are without foundation, according to gardaí.
The future of two head shops in Kilkenny city remain uncertain following the introduction of new legislation banning a number of popular legal highs.