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Athlone Community College wins major architectural award

Athlone Community College has scooped a top national award for the design of the new building at its Retreat Road site.

Judge concerned about defendants’ weight

Judge Seamus Hughes has taken the unprecedented step of commenting on the physical appearance of defendants, who he said could do with getting some exercise and losing weight.

Former Bower girl becomes State’s youngest judge

Athlone solicitor Gráinne O’Neill (42) has become the youngest judge in the State after her appointment to the District Court panel this week (April 16).

Man who threatens gardaí faces 18 months - and it wasn’t even his car

A judge questioned the intelligence of a man this week (March 5) who threatened gardaí whilst still under the restrictions of a suspended sentence.

Water shortages experienced after mains accident

A large swathe of eastern Athlone experienced an unplanned breakdown in its water supply yesterday (January 16) after an accidental breach in a mains pipe close to Garrycastle bridge, but most had supply returned by 7pm.

Six-month sentence for TriAthlone thefts completely overturned

A man convicted of theft from the cars of five TriAthlone competitors nearly four years ago who was subsequently jailed for six months, walked free from the Circuit Court this week (March 5) after a judge decreed he should be treated like his co-accused.

Garrycastle Bridge works to finally start in three months

Construction on the realignment of Garrycastle Bridge is expected to start early next year after the council received formal approval for the project this week.

50th anniversary reunion for Marist class of ’61

The 50th anniversary of the Marist College Leaving Certificate class of 1961 will be celebrated next weekend, Friday December 2.

School bus defect case struck out

The owner of a school bus found with 22 supposed defects had his case struck out in the District Court this week (September 14) after the judge accepted the vehicle had been good enough for both the Department of the Environment and Bus Eireann.

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