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Travel Guide

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Lake Garda - The largest of the Italian lakes, Lake Garda enjoys a sheltered position and a warm, balmy climate - a seductive combination for a relaxing holiday.

Reward offered for info on stolen church paintings

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Galway gardai, along with the help of Crimestoppers, have renewed their appeal for information regarding the whereabouts of valuable paintings which were stolen from a church in Athenry last month.

Crowe hits out at lack of gardaí on the streets despite increased Garda focus on night-time policing

Gardaí have confirmed this week that a new rostering system introduced earlier this month has allowed the Garda Síochána to target resources, meaning that more gardaí are on the streets at peak times. However Cllr Michael Crowe has this week hit out at the apparent lack of gardaí on the city’s streets at night.

Man who grabbed garda given chance

A man in his twenties who grabbed a garda by his neck and then threw punches at him was given the benefit of the Probation Act at this week’s Ballina District Court as Judge Mary Devins said that the defendant has made “very, very, genuine attempts to mend his ways”.

City councillors - all revved up with nowhere to go

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Monday’s emergency Galway City Council meeting to tackle traffic congestion had a lot in common with the gridlock that it aspired to solve - it was stop-start, slow-moving, tempers became frayed, and after four hours you realised that you hadn’t actually got anywhere.

Garda laid to rest

Twenty-nine-year-old Mayo garda Enda Hughes, who died following a fall while celebrating a stag night in Letterkenny, was laid to rest in St Mary of the Rosary Church in Cong on Tuesday.

Judge orders probation report on woman who struck Garda

In Claremorris District Court this week Judge Mary Devins suspended her judgement until October 28 on a woman who punched a garda in the face, for a probation report to be completed on her.

Drunk Foxford man tore garda’s shirt

A part-time shop assistant from Foxford, who when arrested on suspicion of drink driving became agitated and uncooperative and lashed out at gardaí — where he tore the shirt of one garda — and failed to give a sample, was disqualified from driving for four years at Ballina District Court this week.

Judge convicts driver in contested case

A 73-year-old man was given a two year driving ban for drink driving and fined €600 at Ballyhaunis District Court this week. Michael Casey, Glann, Kilkelly, had contested the charge in court but Judge Mary Devins found that the arresting garda had acted as he should have when stopping Casey.


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