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Man jailed for Donedeal fraud

A man who placed adverts on a website offering goods for sale, which he did not have and for which he received money, was jailed by Judge Mary Devins this week as he failed to have full compensation in court.

Man threw rock at his parents’ house

Ballina District Court heard this week that a man in his fifties broke the bedroom window of his parents’ rented house after a night out.

Golden memories as Connacht Gold bids farewell to old name

Shareholders of Connacht Gold have endorsed a proposal to change the name of the co-operative to Aurivo Co-operative Society Ltd.

Lands used to access Royal Theatre are not owned by the receivers court hears

At Castlebar District Court this week it was heard that a section of land which is adjacent to the Royal Theatre, which is used by patrons to access the hotel, is in fact in private ownership and was never owned by Diorama Ltd—the director of which is Pat Jennings—which have been taken over by receivers. It was found that this piece of land is not therefore in control of the receivers.

Newcastle man jailed for threatening bouncer with imitation firearm

A Newcastle man who pointed an imitation firearm at a city centre bouncer and became so aggressive with gardai that pepper spray had to be used to restrain him was sentenced to 13 months in jail this week.

Newcastle man jailed for threatening bouncer with imitation firearm

A Newcastle man who pointed an imitation firearm at a city centre bouncer and became so aggressive with gardai that pepper spray had to be used to restrain him was sentenced to 13 months in jail this week.

Significant rise in new breast cancer cases diagnosed at Galway Unit

There has been a significant increase in the number of new breast cancer cases diagnosed at the Symptomatic Breast Unit at Galway University Hospitals, according to a new report, just launched.

17 months in jail for serial thief

A judge took a leaf from his predecessor’s book on sentencing addicts when he jailed a serial thief for 17 months this week (November 21).

Cuts in Government-imposed fees on co-ops

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, has announced reductions of between 33 and 80 per cent to five fees on cooperatives societies imposed by the Registrar of Friendly Societies.

Changes to Landlord and Tenant Law welcomed

Castlebar Fine Gael town councillor Noreen Heston has warmly welcomed the publication by Minister Jan O’Sullivan of legislation to reform landlord and tenant law.

 

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