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WEEE Ireland, the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, is holding a series of WEEE collection events throughout Galway. These collection days, supported by Galway County Council, will allow people from towns and villages across the county to get rid of any household electrical equipment and batteries in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
GMIT students are winning top awards in software development competitions across the country.
A man summonsed for a number of minor road traffic offences, but claimed this was part of a Garda conspiracy, was disqualified for nine months, and fined a total of €1,350, as the judge voiced disappointment he couldn’t jail him on these offences.
by Finian Coghlan
Judge Mary Devins this week refused an application by gardaí for the forfeiture of a van used in an attempted theft of diesel from a quarry in Kilkelly. Judge Devins had previously heard the case at the March sitting of Ballyhaunis District Court but adjourned the sentencing to consider the application. The State had applied to seize a van owned by Ian McHugh, Park Road, Swinford, and for a disqualification from driving to be imposed upon him for his part in the attempted theft. Giving her decision, Judge Devins decided to not grant either request by the gardaí. She convicted and fined McHugh €750 and imposed a three months suspended sentence on him for the attempted theft. For criminal damage caused to a lock on the gate to the quarry and to the tank, she convicted and fined him €500 and imposed a three month consecutive suspended sentence on him.
Garda Inspector Joe Doherty this week made an application in Ballyhaunis District Court for the forfeiture of a van used in an attempted diesel theft and for the disqualification from driving of a man who pleaded guilty to the charge. Judge Mary Devins adjourned the sentencing on the issue until April 5 while she considered the applications.
The GMIT Castlebar Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) has announced the winners of the GMIT Innovation Awards 2010.
A survey by Irish Country Living has revealed that Galway tops the list for the highest number of sales and prices achieved in the Connacht region.