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Following persistent complaints from customers about regular instances of anti-social behaviour connected to excessive alcohol consumption on board the 1pm Sunday service from Galway to Heuston, Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail has made the decision to make it an officially alcohol-free service.
Consuming alcohol in public parks or on beaches could see fines of €100 being imposed on drinkers, with failure to pay resulting in hefty increases of €1,500 and conviction before the District Court.
We should ban the selling of alcohol in supermarkets and this would go some way towards solving some of the problems associated with drinking in public places.
Kilkenny County Council has been asked to be more specific in defining where people can drink alcohol in public in the county in a bid to enforce bye laws prohibiting alcohol consumption in public places.