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Poolside indecency allegations dismissed

A Mullingar man has successfully appealed a conviction for two counts of indecency at Mullingar Swimming Pool.

Price family find no closure from inquest

The mother of a Mullingar teenager killed in a car accident in 2006 has said Wednesday’s inquest has not brought closure to her family.

Inquest adjourned into the death of Westmeath footballer

The inquest into the death of a Westmeath minor inter-county footballer, has been adjourned at Mullingar Coroner’s Court.

Foot Solutions Waterford offers free foot and gait assessment

Between 9.30 and 5.30, Monday to Saturday, people can stop by Foot Solutions in Waterford to learn about how foot problems can lead to other problems.

Businessman fined €8,500 for using green diesel

A Westmeath businessman has been fined €8,500 for fuelling his vehicles with green diesel, with Judge Seamus Hughes saying his behaviour allowed him to undercut his competitors.

Citizenship applicants need a special court - says judge

Judge Seamus Hughes has questioned whether Mullingar needs a special naturalisation court to cope with the large number of applications there.

Threatening bankers should be arrested - Judge

Judge John Neilan has launched a stinging attack on bankers, warning that he will issue an arrest warrant for any banker or bank governor who frightens, intimidates, or threatens a person in debt.

Mullingar’s new District Court chief clerk welcomed

Margaret O’Rafferty was welcomed at last week’s sitting of the District Court when Judge John Neilan wished her luck in her new role.

Senator punched former councillor in gents’ toilet, court told

Fianna Fail Senator Camillus Glynn yesterday pleaded guilty to hitting a businessman in the gents’ toilets of a local hotel, when the case came before the courts in Mullingar.

Senator punched former councillor in gents’ toilet - court told

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Fianna Fail Senator Camillus Glynn yesterday pleaded guilty to hitting a businessman in the gents’ toilets of a local hotel, when the case came before the courts in Mullingar.

 

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