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A date has been set for the sentencing hearing of a British man convicted of killing Claregalway jockey Jamie Kyne.
A man accused of setting fire to a UK block of flats killing two promising young jockeys, including Claregalway native Jamie Kyne, refused to give evidence at his trial yesterday.
THE jury in the trial of Peter Brown watched CCTV footage yesterday (Wednesday) of the defendant's movements in the hours before the fire that killed apprentice jockeys Jamie Kyne and Jan Wilson.
A jury in the trial of a man accused of setting fire to a block of flats in the UK killing two young jockeys, including Claregalway native Jamie Kyne, has heard that he sent “creepy” text messages to a teenage girl and had committed the arson attack as an act of revenge.
Further charges could be brought against a 37-year-old man accused of murdering two promising young jockeys, including Claregalway teen Jamie Kyne, who perished in a blaze at a UK block of flats last year.
Eircom has announced it has broadband enabled the telephone exchange serving the residents of Ballyheane, outside Castlebar. The announcement comes as part of eircom’s public commitment to broadband enable more than 400 exchanges across Ireland by the end of this year.
Eircom has announced it has broadband-enabled the telephone exchange serving the residents of Ballinahown, Co Westmeath. The announcement comes as part of eircom’s public commitment to broadband-enable over 400 exchanges across Ireland by the end of this year.
The Galway sailing and horse racing community have been plunged into a state of shock and grief following the tragic drowning of a Connemara boatsman and the death of a young up-and-coming jockey in a suspected arson attack last weekend.
UK police investigating last month’s suspected arson attack which resulted in the tragic deaths of two promising jockeys, including Claregalway teen Jamie Kyne, have released from bail a man who had been questioned over the incident.