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A group of transition year students from Coláiste Iognáid is organising a fundraising raffle, with prizes including tickets to the autumn home rugby internationals, to raise funds for their trip to the US to represent Ireland in the Empire Mock Trial World Final in New York in October.
A group of students from Colaiste Iognaid (The Jes) proved they could be the legal minds of the future after scooping first place in the National Mock Trials competition last weekend, securing the team’s place in the world Mock Trials finals in New York next October.
Against all the odds, the Hole in the Wall has been re-opened to the public as a wine bar and a stunningly intimate venue for musicians and theatrical escapades. The old house which was initially the inner section of an L-shaped mansion originally build by Martin Archer in 1582, has been lovingly restored to its former glory and today still looks as it might have looked in the 16th century.
A local man who is pleading not guilty to charges of threatening to kill the student sister of Limerick gangland victim Roy Collins because he would allegedly “get good money from Wayne Dundon”, was remanded on continuing bail in Athlone District Court this week (September 22) until November 10 on related theft and menacing charges.
A Westmeath man has been charged with threatening to rape and kill the sister of Limerick gangland victim, Roy Collins.
ST PATRICK, trollied teenagers, culture clashes, bus stops, and clampers are some of what audiences can expect to see in this year’s Múscailt One Act Play Series.
THE AWARD winning play Clamped is being performed in Ostán Oileain Arainn, Inis Mór, on the Aran Islands up to and including Saturday August 8.
DON’T PANIC! The above headline is not a warning to motorists that parking near the Town Hall has become particularly hazardous.
“We should be encouraging people to drink,” said Judge John Neilan ironically as he commented that people are celebrating all kinds of birthdays.