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Andrew Dolan’s father calls to an end to night-time violence

Judge worried about tourists in town after criminal activity

Bride appeals for return of jewelled heirloom bouquet

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A newlywed is appealing for the return of her bridal bouquet, fashioned from family heirlooms, which was stolen just weeks after her wedding.

Cattle worrying case adjourned until September

The case against a Knock man who pleaded guilty to his dog’s worrying a neighbour’s cattle on two occasions last summer was adjourned until September by Judge Mary Devins. However she allowed the gardai liberty to re-enter the case on 48-hours notice if another incident occurred between now and then.

Judge unable to secure justice for attack victim

Judge Hughes has told the mother of a boy who was the subject of a violent unprovoked attack that he has no way of getting justice for her.

Polling Stations to open from 7am on May 23

People across Galway county and city will be going to the polls, to elect local councillors and MEPs, between 7am and 10pm on Friday May 23.

Two decommissioned Garda stations for sale

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They may have lost their local Garda stations but three Mayo communities have gained some benefit at least as the vacant buildings are being handed over for the use of community and voluntary groups.

Shantalla as popular as ever

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Colleran auctioneers has reported considerable interest in No 7 Shantalla Road since viewings started last week. In need of total renovation if not demolition, No 7 is certainly not for the faint hearted but this has clearly been reflected in the AMV of only €85,000.

€150 fine for mountain rescue for man driving with mobile phone

Judge Mary Devins struck out the charge of driving while using a mobile phone against a Claremorris man after he agreed to pay €150 to Mayo Mountain Rescue in Ballyhaunis District Court, sitting in Castlebar this week.

Two men killed in New Year’s Day crash

There was a tragic start to the New Year on Mayo’s roads with the death of two men early on New Year’s morning following a head on collision on the Ballina to Foxford road at Ballynahaglish. The two men have been named as 43-year-old Terence Beagan with an address at Proleek, Ravensdale, Louth, and 47-year-old Gearoid O’Scolai from Childers Heights, Ballina, Co Mayo. Both men were travelling alone when the incident happened shortly before 5am on Wednesday. Both men were treated at the scene by ambulance personnel who happened to be on the road at the time of the accident. The scene was also attended by ambulance personnel who used cutting equipment to free the two men from their vehicles, however despite their efforts both men were pronounced dead at the scene and their remains were transferred to Mayo General Hospital for post-mortem examination.


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