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Student knocks over garda after being helped down from a roof by fire brigade, court hears

A 21-year-old fitness student whose drunken stunt of climbing on the roof of a city centre shopping centre resulted in the fire brigade being called out was warned compensation will not be accepted until all legal costs were paid.

Taxi driver used fatal shooting to abuse garda

A district court judge has described as “outrageous” the words used by an irate taxi driver who after being told to move on from an illegal parking space shouted at a garda that it was a pity more officers were not shot in an incident, only three days earlier, when a Garda sergeant was murdered in Dundalk.

Taxi driver uses fatal shooting reference to abuse local garda

A district court judge has described as “outrageous” the words used by an irate taxi driver who after being told to move on from an illegal parking space shouted at a garda that it was a pity more officers were not shot in an incident, only three days earlier, when a Garda sergeant was murdered in Dundalk.

Padraig's rocky road in politics

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The memoir of former Fine Gael TD Padraic McCormack, which will be launched in Galway on Monday night, will give the public an insight into how difficult it is to succeed in politics, he says.

Mullingar Student Players set to bring witch hunting to Mullingar

In less than a week’s time the Mullingar Student Players go back in time to the 1690s to bring Arthur Miller’s The Crucible to life.

Student Players set to bring Arthur Miller’s The Crucible to life

In 2003, a group of talented youngsters from the Mullingar area were assembled by centre director Sean Lynch. The group collectively became known as the Mullingar Student Players.

Malicious hoax calls for fire brigades costing millions of euro every year

More than 30,000 false alarm calls were made to the fire brigade services between 2007 and 2011 according to Mayo Fine Gael Deputy John O’Mahony.

Bollywood producers target Galway as location for Indian blockbusters

Some of the top names in the world of Bollywood have targetted Galway and the west of Ireland as strong locations for several Indian blockbuster movies to be shot over the next few years.

Living with a brain tumour

Clare Garvey was stopped by a guard as she drove to Oughterard around 8.45am one morning at the end of July 2011.

Don't take away our discretion

In the crazy world that exists after Shattergate and Minggate, we are in danger of losing something very precious. You can take away the house, the job, the fancy cars, our dignity, but please don't take away the one thing we Irish love in great big shovels full — our discretion. What would life be like if we all had to live by the rules? If we had to pay the exact penalty for every misdemeanour we do, if we had to do things exactly as they should be done. If that was to happen, we’d turn into Germans aware that anything we do wrong would be punished exactly as the rule says it should. Or we’d spend our lives making sure others did things the way they should. A regimental regime like that would not be Ireland.

 

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