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Eventful week for Athlone Town as Cooke departs

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Athlone Town conclude the first series of SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixtures with a home clash against Bray Wanderers at Lissywollen this evening.

Town begins to tentatively dream of title

With just five games remaining, the idea of Athlone Town playing in the top tier of Irish soccer is beginning to be thought of as a possibility for the first time in a generation.

Athlone man tried to lure two teenage boys because of loneliness, court hears

A 40-year-old Westmeath man has admitted he tried to lure two teenage boys to perform sexual favours for him, but said he did it because he was lonely.

Frivolous claim gets short shrift from judge

An unqualified driver who caused an accident while taking a cigarette from her daughter, and whose former partner did most of the repair work as part of the claim against the person she hit, had her case dismissed in court this week (February 21).

Couple win €30k off negligent builder

An Athlone couple had a seven year battle with a builder formally resolved in the Circuit Court this week (December 7), when a judge awarded them over €33,000 in lieu of shoddy work at their home.

Bad weather causes chaos at court

There was dignified chaos at the opening day of this term’s sitting of Mullingar Circuit Court when barristers, solicitors, and defendants were unable to appear on Tuesday (November 30) because of the weather.

Leaders of feuding Traveller families say battle is over

The men who say the battle between the Dinnegans/McDonaghs is over are the same men who did nothing to prevent the Dalton Park riot from taking place, Mullingar Circuit Court has heard.

Judge does youth “a kindness” by jailing him

Remanding a 17-year-old boy in custody at Mullingar Circuit Court, Judge Anthony Kennedy suggested he was doing the youth “a kindness” because he is off drugs while he is in prison.

Judge does youth “a kindness” by jailing him

Remanding a 17-year-old boy in custody at Mullingar Circuit Court, Judge Anthony Kennedy suggested he was doing the youth “a kindness” because he is off drugs while he is in prison.

“Carcinogenic” conflict and “brazen criminality” in Mullingar

“The adolescent version of where the broader trouble stems from” is how Kenneth Fogarty SC described the background to the assault on Jason Dinnegan almost three years ago.

 

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