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Seven people in Galway made settlements with the Revenue Commissioners in the first quarter of the year, amounting to more than €646,000, according to the latest list of defaulters published this week.
A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sent forward for trial to the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.
A young man whom Judge Hughes said looks nothing like the people who usually come before the court will have to live with a drug dealing conviction.
Three young people have been sent forward for trial for the manslaughter of Andrew Dolan in Mullingar.
Jack Jordan’s in association with the Coeliac Society of Ireland has announced the official launch of gluten free fish and chips to its already established menu. The launch will take place on Saturday July 2 from 12 midday to 8pm at Unit 3, Doughiska, Galway. A range of gluten free options including fresh cod, sausages, onion rings, curry sauce, and homemade cut chips will be served from 12 noon to 8pm on the day alongside their usual menu.
ONE OF the hit shows of last year’s Galway Arts Festival, John McManus’ comedy The Quare Land, returns to the Town Hall next week for two nights only prior to embarking on a national tour.
A plasterer whose van was involved in a traffic accident and who only found out following he accident he had insured another van he had sold rather than the one he intended to insure, was in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.
A man who was drunk while in charge of a vehicle, while disqualified from driving at the time, asked a garda to arrest him, Ballina District Court was told on Tuesday.
A man who got agitated when he saw another man being arrested and tried to come to his rescue was jailed this week.
A young man learnt it wasn’t a great idea to go night swimming while intoxicated, a court heard.