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The number of road fatalities in Galway has halved since 2007, according to a recently published report by the Road Safety Authority.
The June Bank Holiday is approaching and with an expected increase of people on the roads over the course of the long weekend, the Garda Siochana is urging the public to be mindful of their safety and the safety of others when driving.
The traffic superintendent for the Western region, Supt Pat Murray, is appealing to pedestrians to light-up on the county's roads.
A Garda clampdown on the roads this Christmas is seeing up to 30 checkpoints a day operating across the county.
A heroin addicted father of two who stole a camera from a woman during Sunday service in a church was given 22 months in jail for this and one other sample burglary conviction at the District Court this week (February 18).
One of the men bailed in Mullingar on Monday (February16) for his part in the Dalton Park riots, was remanded to Castlerea Prison from the District Court in Athlone on Wednesday (February 18) after being arrested drunk in Longford on Tuesday night with his trousers around his ankles.
A Westmeath man who evaded Gardaí on his motorbike travelling at over 100 miles per hour into the Offaly village of Clara on St Patrick’s Day has been sentenced to five months imprisonment.
A man who terrorised his hometown has received a 20-month prison sentence at Tullamore District Court.
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