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Crime Prevention Officer expresses concern over thefts from cars

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Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath’s Crime Prevention Officer, this week expressed concern at the ongoing thefts from cars in the Westmeath division.

One year disqualification for drink driving

A Galway man who pleaded guilty to drink driving was disqualified from driving for one year in Castlebar District Court this week. Garda Peter Sarsfield told the court that he was on duty on May 5 2012 at 7am, when a report of a car going off the road at Streamstown, Claremorris, was phoned into the station. He told the court he went to investigate and stopped a car being driven by Patrick Lawrence, 69 Riverdale, Oranmore, Co Galway, at 7.20am. He administered a road side breath test which Lawrence failed and then arrested him and brought him to Claremorris Garda Station, where Lawrence gave a blood sample which returned a reading of 87mlgs per 100ml of blood.

Dempsey’s - the place to locate quality used parts

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Dempsey’s Car & Van Spares is a family-run business with more than 20 years experience in the car dismantling business.

Dempsey’s - the place to locate quality used parts

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Dempsey’s Car & Van Spares is a family-run business with more than 20 years experience in the car dismantling business.

Pedestrians jumped out of drunk driver’s path

Pedestrians on the way home from a night out were forced to jump out of the way of a drunk driver as his car sped off from gardaí.

Humphries’ list - the best bits

Tom Humphries from the Irish Times stable is one of my favourite sport journalists. He is a terrific wordsmith; however, like most of us, he can be hit and miss on occasions.

One of the best picks his best

Tom Humphries from The Irish Times stable is one of my favourite sport journalists. He is a terrific wordsmith, however, like most of us, he can be hit and miss on occasions. Nevertheless, when he hits the spot as he often does, there is a ping in your head like the noise that you hear when you occasionally catch a drive off the tee box as it should be done. For those few fleeting seconds as you watch the ball arrow down the fairway — you feel really good about yourself — and as those who love clichés turn to you and say - “that’s the one that will bring you back the next day” — you let yourself have that inner smile of satisfaction.

Achill teenager laid to rest

An Achill teenager who died after his car plunged off the edge of a cliff and into the Atlantic Ocean was laid to rest this week.

 

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