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The weather may not be festival-friendly, but that’s not going to stop the music going ahead! There are still plenty of major music events in the Midlands and beyond before summer officially ends - including the much-loved Castlepalooza music and arts festival.
Gardai yesterday confirmed the identity of a man whose body was found near Lough Inagh in 2006. The announcement follows an eight-year investigation by Galway gardaí in collaboration with national and international agencies and experts to identify the remains, which were found in a wooded area near the Connemara lake.
NUI GALWAY student radio station Flirt FM, will hold its Flirt FM Sessions concert/recording in Monroe’s Backstage Bar this evening at 10pm.
The mysterious circumstances surrounding the disappearance of international property tycoon Kevin McGeever, who is originally from Meelick, Swinford, has led to more bizarre revelations, as the 68-year-old is apparently wanted by Interpol in relation to a property deal in Dubai.
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.
Two men who could not provide an address in the State after being arrested outside a landmark car showroom, were remanded in custody for a week to allow gardaí liaise with Interpol as to their status.
Jail sentences totalling nearly two years were imposed on two brothers who, in an organised operation, travelled from Dublin to Galway on at least two occasions to make gain by breaking into parking meters in the city.
“THE MOST genuinely exciting and refreshing band to come out of Ireland in years” is how Q have described Cork quartet Echogram.
A garda was congratulated by both the judge and his inspector for his “professionalism and diligence” when the four-man burglary gang he apprehended on a roadside, in the early hours, on his own, was jailed for between four and seven months apiece in the District Court this week (May 27).
A shocking Prime Time Investigates programme this week, which provided a scandalous exposé of online criminals who share images of child rape and abuse, has identified Mayo as one of the counties where many such images are being downloaded. Entitled Evil Online the programme listed locations including Balla, Ballina, Ballinrobe, Ballyhaunis, Castlebar, Claremorris, and Westport as areas where individuals accessed such abuse images.