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Murdered Aran man was left to die just yards from his front door, trial hears

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Aran Islander Ciaran Conneely who was murdered in Boston in 2011 was shot dead by a 16-year-old in a botched robbery attempt, prosecutors say, and left to die just a few steps from the sanctity of his Dorchester home, a trial in Boston heard last week.

Ken Bruen wins a ‘Stanny’

KEN BRUEN, the acclaimed and award winning Galway crime-fiction writer has won the Best Crime Novel 2013 title in the annual Stannies list.

Letter could save couple €2,500 over 43c error

A businesswoman and her husband fined a total of €2,520 for paying a staff member 45c an hour below the minimum wage were told this week (March 3) the prosecution would be “reviewed” if they could provide the court with a letter from their former accountant accepting her error as asserted.

Man needs luck if surrounded by women

“A man surrounded by five females deserves whatever luck comes his way,” Judge Seamus Hughes told a Mullingar man as he decided not to send him to prison.

Man needs luck if surrounded by women

“A man surrounded by five females deserves whatever luck comes his way,” Judge Seamus Hughes told a Mullingar man as he decided not to send him to prison.

Major event planned to mark ten years of the Irish Centre for Human Rights

World-renowned human rights experts are coming to Galway to mark the 10th anniversary celebrations of NUI, Galway’s Irish Centre for Human Rights.

Hotel owner wins back driving licence

The owner of the Hilamar Hotel, in Kinnegad has successfully appealed a six month driving ban for driving at over 100mph.

Let’s hope Hannon case doesn’t lead to real abusers getting away

If crimes are ever scaled on the amount of horror and anger they provoke, then the sexual assault of children is one that is often near the top. There are few offences that cause this sort of outrage in a community, that go to the heart of every family, that cause such division. It is the fear of such an allegation that has sadly led to a reluctance by many people to become involved in activities that bring them into contact with children in intimate situations, for fear that such an allegation may be made in these increasingly litigious times.

 

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