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Gardaí in Castlebar responded to the daylight stabbing in a busy shopping area in the centre of town on Holy Thursday within 90 seconds, the local Superintendent has revealed.
The annual pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick, known locally as Reek Sunday, is one of the major events in Westport and will attract over 25,000 visitors to this unique and historic event.
Mayo Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary has slammed the Government’s decision to shut down six Garda stations in Mayo. Before a Fianna Fail motion was debated in the Dáil, the deputy had urged Fine Gael to reverse its “dangerous decision”, however on Wednesday evening—following an adjournment of the Dáil for several hours in order to allow TDs to attend the State funeral of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe—the motion was rejected by the Dáil.
Gardaí in Castlebar are going to patrol the streets in plain clothes to try to identify the thugs who are harassing children and teenagers on a daily basis.
It is not good enough that children are living in a state of constant fear and terror. They are being intimidated and harassed on a daily basis. Their mobile phones are taken, their money stolen, they are being violently attacked and verbally abused.
A committee of parents concerned about sustained harassment and violence against their children in Castlebar is to meet with the local Superintendent and senior HSE social worker next week to try and find solutions to this growing problem.
Westport town councillor Christy Hyland has hit out at how the council is dealing with antisocial behaviour in local authority houses in the town. At the town council meeting last Thursday, Cllr Hyland said: ‘This is my fifth time bringing up anti-social behaviour.”
Castlebar town councillor Harry Barrett has hit out at a recent spate of vandalism that affected the recent clean up of the Castlebar town river and other amenities in the town. Barrett made his complaint on foot of a number of calls from regular walkers and residents in Castlebar, who were angry at destruction caused by vandals.
A case in which a man pointed a replica Kalashnikov AK47 rifle out of a car window to induce fear in a number of people at a shopping centre car park has been adjourned.
A company, whose new premises were officially opened by the Taoiseach less than a year ago has been accused by a judge of operating illegally.