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Judge gives scrap thief a chance to cough up cash

A man who took €1,500 worth of scrap copper he found in a building site skip was ordered to come up with €500 in compensation before Christmas to avoid a conviction.

Judge despairs as man is brought from jail to answer a no seatbelt charge

A judge raised quite the arched eyebrow in court this week (September 25) when he discovered the first case up before him had been brought under escort from a six-month jail sentence to answer a charge of not wearing a seatbelt.

New minister for Galway United Methodist Presbyterian Church

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Helen Freeburn BA Lth has been ordained and installed as minister to the congregation of Galway United Methodist Presbyterian Church.

McCambridge’s food and wine bonanza showcases a feast of indigenous suppliers

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Two words could aptly describe the ambience at the McCambridge food and wine fair on Thursday November 22 - professionalism and loyalty. Both of these elements were detectable from the moment the crowds entered the main hall of the Salthill Hotel - where the fair was held - and they were integral to the success of the event.

Inappropriate colleague must pay €3k to avoid jail

A man who tried to force a kiss on a female colleague and made a number of inappropriate comments to her, was told in court this week (March 14) he had until the end of the month to come up with €3,000 in compensation for his victim or face a month in prison.

Westmeath Tidy Towns winners receive awards

Westmeath’s Tidy Towns winners received their awards at a prizegiving ceremony in Co Louth last Friday.

Drugs Task Force seeks public input

The Midland Regional Drugs Task Force (MRDTF) is inviting members of the public to contribute to their new Substance Misuse Strategy by attending one of a series of public consultations later this month.

NUI Galway research students awarded health-related scholarships

Fifteen NUI Galway School of Medicine research students were recently awarded Summer Student Scholarships by the Health Research Board (HRB). The aim of the HRB Summer Student Scholarships is to encourage an interest in health research and to give students an opportunity to become familiar with the research process, research techniques and methodologies through conducting a summer project. The students will be supervised by academic and clinical staff at NUI Galway and Galway University Hospital and at the School Affiliated teaching Academies.

Ombudsman to talk at Callan school

Following the successful visit to Callan from Dragon's Den celebrity Sarah Newman recently, The St Brigid’s College talk series continues with an exciting new guest this month.

Moatrix Festival returns for a second year

The Moatrix Festival, which is now in its second year, is an action packed charity weekend for all the family, with up to 10 bands each day and six singer/songwriters playing between bands. The festval will take place in Don’s Bar, Moate on Saturday August 28 and Sunday August 29 from midday to midnight, and will include outdoor bars, the live music, and a huge BBQ.

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