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A representative for Bus Éireann told a Mayo district court this week that the death of a man at its Ballina depot three years ago was a “source of profound regret” for the entire company.
A Galway man who pulled out a firearm and threatened to shoot a dog owner after their dogs became entangled has avoided a jail term.
A Galway man has asked to be jailed so he can get treatment, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has heard.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, John O’Mahony, has dismissed criticism by Roscommon Sinn Fein councillor, Michael Mulligan, of his role in the removal of local bus services to Carracastle. Cllr Mulligan incorrectly stated at a public protest that Deputy O’Mahony could have acted to prevent changes to bus services to Carracastle.
A court has ordered a Hungarian woman living in Galway convicted of organising prostitution to leave the country or go to jail.
Two Galway brothers have been jailed for nine years for membership of a criminal organisation, marking the first sentence under new anti-gang legislation.
A woman described as “gullible, naïve and an easy target” has avoided a jail term after a man she had just gone on holiday with packed almost €60,000 of cannabis into her suitcase.
A man has been sentenced to nine years for assaulting and threatening to kill a 97-year-old woman in her home.
THE TULCA Festival of Visual Arts 2011 kicks off on Friday next November 4. The festival will examine aspects of the recent fall-out in Ireland and internationally, by addressing artist responses to political, social, and economic collapse. Entitled ‘After the fall’ it will also consider re-imaginings of the future in the wake of these collapses. A range of well-known Irish artists will feature in this year’s programme, many of these artists engage with contentious issues in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland. Tulca runs until November 20 in galleries across Galway.
A 20-year-old Mayo resident who allowed himself to be carried in a stolen vehicle whose other occupants were involved in a shooting incident has been given a two year sentence with the last 15 months suspended.