Monday, November 20, 2017

Court hears Facebook taunt is behind attack on teen

ALLEGED comments on Facebook sparked a vicious knife attack on a teenager in Ennis, a court has heard. At Ennis Circuit Criminal Court last Wednesday,...

Search continues for missing Ennis teenager

THE search for missing person Jack Dinan continues following confusion over a possible sighting of an armed individual in Dublin on Wednesday. At approximately 6.30pm...

Cocaine stash in St.Flannan’s Wall

A JUDGE has sentenced two Ennis men to community service as a result of a cocaine bust at one of the county’s best known...

Enraged father struck garda in front of child

AN enraged Ennis man struck a detective as gardaí attempted to search his car for drugs, a court has heard. John McDonagh (25) unintentionally struck...

Gardaí probe Ennis grenade threat claim

GARDAÍ are probing an apparent threat to use a grenade to attack a halting site in Ennis. The disturbing claim - described as hugely concerning...
Rónán Burrenn with a slow worm.

Are there snakes in the Burren?

At first view it would seem that St Patrick has left some of his work undone in the Burren - with a species of...

Gardaí appeal for assistance in locating missing Ennis teenager believed to be armed

GARDAI in Ennis are appealing to the public for help in locating the whereabouts of missing person Jack Dinan (19), who they believe is...

HURLING: O’Meara eyes another prize

THE list reads like the who’s who of ‘Bridge hurling down the years — that select band of hurling brothers who have led the...

HURLING: Barry’s dedication to the cause

DAVE Barry is Clooney-Quin now, but at the same time it’s his past that formed him and where hurling is concerned that was Newmarket-on-Fergus...

HURLING: A shot at history for Clooney-Quin

THEY’RE all gone now, with Fr Michéal McInerney being the last one standing before he passed away a few years ago, with him going...

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