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Westmeath’s Circuit Court judge has said he is gobsmacked that a State employed witness, who had been summonsed to court, went on holidays instead of attending an Athlone man’s drugs trial earlier this year.
Foróige’s Big Brother Big Sister programme is seeking male and female volunteers to share their time, hobbies and experience with a young person.
THE NEWBIE writers of Galway are an enterprising lot. Not for them the hours we spent gazing into tepid cappuccinos and complaining about what Cúirt or Poetry Ireland were not doing for us.
THE ROLLING Stones sang about ‘Ruby Tuesday’; Primal Scream had ‘Gentle Tuesday’, but Galway has Wayword Tuesdays, a new book by the Tuesday Knights.
ALEX SKOVRON, the Polish-born, Australian based poet and author, is among the featured readers at the Over The Edge Writers’ Gathering in the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street, tomorrow at 8pm.
Judge Tony Hunt said he will make no promises about what approach to sentencing he will take in the case of a Mullingar man who pleaded guilty to attempting to rob a Mullingar newsagents.
The collaboration between Mercedes-Benz in Ireland and fashion designer Louise Kennedy again found expression at an exclusive presentation for Mercedes-Benz owners of her autumn/winter collection which took place recently at her headquarters in 56 Merrion Square, Dublin.
A man who paid €30,000 compensation to a man whose nose he bit, has been given a two year suspended sentence at Mullingar Circuit Court for assault causing harm.
WRITERS ERIN Buttner, Stephen Byrne, and Donna Potts will read at the next Over The Edge in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, on Thursday November 24 at 6.30pm.
The u15 Premier League has kicked off and Temple Villa weren’t short of goals when they welcomed St Joseph’s and delivered an 8-1 hiding at Mount Temple.