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New suicide crisis centre in the west

Pieta House has announced the opening of its first suicide and self-harm crisis centre in the west of Ireland. Located in Tuam, Co Galway, this will be Pieta House’s third centre of excellence, and will greatly extend the scope of its services which are currently centred around Dublin and Limerick.

Quick-thinking trucker keeps national artery open

A lorry driver has been praised by the emergency services in Athlone for averting a potential disaster when he steered a burning lorryload of oil and alcohol off the M6 onto a minor road in the early hours of Friday morning.

Man charged with cultivating €280,000 of cannabis plants

A man charged in connection with the seizure of cannabis plants worth some €280,000 at a house near Tuam is due before Harristown District Court tomorrow.

County garda sergeant awarded €68,000 after car crashed through his checkpoint

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A county-based garda sergeant has said he is lucky to be alive after a motorist hit him as he smashed through a garda checkpoint.

Would-be college laptop thief gets four months

A four month jail sentence was imposed on a Tuam man who tresspassed on a college campus with the purpose of stealing a student’s laptop.

Jail for drunk driver

A married father of three, who has a serious alcohol issue, was disqualified from driving for six years and sentenced to prison at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court after he admitted drink driving on October 9 2010.

The Saw Doctors to rock the Royal Theatre

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To help shake off some of those Christmas Day calories, the Saw Doctors will be rocking on stage at the Royal Theatre on Thursday December 29. Renowned for their live performances, Royal Theatre fans are in for a treat as this is one of only a few Irish dates over the Christmas period.

Horse breeders meet in Tuam

Tuam will host one of four regional meetings for horse breeders in Ireland.

Short films sought for Tuam arts festival

TUAM'S EARWIG Arts Festival is looking for short films for its We Like Short Shorts!! annual short films programme.

“Bruiser” sisters are jailed for nightclub feud attack

Three sisters, who battered a “slight” girl in an unprovoked but feud-related assault in a nightclub which saw in the victim requiring €800 worth of hair replacement treatments, were all jailed for between two and nine months.


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