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“It’s desperate what happens on St Patrick’s Day,” said Judge Seamus Hughes, pointing out how he had recently dealt with a variety of public order cases arising from the festive day last year.
THE SUMBRELLAS, the Galway based folk-rock/Americana band, will play the launch party for The Scholars Rest, formerly The River Inn) in Newcastle tomorrow from 8pm.
A brand new brewery ‘Galway Bay Brewery’ is launching in Galway tomorrow Friday, November 25. Three new beers will be revealed on the night, a new porter (Stormy Port), a Pale Ale (Full Sail) and an ale-in-development (Strage Brew). The brewery will launch at 6pm at The Oslo in Salthill and is open to all.
The Galway Bay Brewery, a new microbrewery, will be launched tomorrow at 6pm at The Oslo in Salthill and the public is invited to attend.
Two brothers were convicted of attempted robbery of a petrol station at Claremorris District Court this week. Brothers Martyn and Rafal Justa, both of The Cottage, Brookhill, Claremorris, pleaded guilty to the attempted robbery, with Rafal Justa also pleading guilty to possession of a weapon.
A pair of Polish men appeared in court in Ballina this week in connection with an attempted robbery in Claremorris at the weekend.
A soldier and his unemployed brother who inflicted €16,000 worth of damage to a nightclub owner’s teeth in an unprovoked assault, had their jail sentences extended but suspended in the Circuit Court this week where it was revealed that three quarters of the €10,000 compensation brought to court by the two was raised by an evangelical congregation in Curraghboy, Co Roscommon attended by the elder sibling.
A symphony of neutral shades bring an exceptional brightness to this home in Ballyglunin. It is a gorgeous home in a pretty location.
There’s a lot to be thankful for this Thankgiving, in particular the new US president Barack Obama.
A married soldier who has been on four UN tours of duty avoided a public order conviction in the District Court this week (November 4) when the judge learned the effect an additional fine could have on his career.