A YOUNG man who punched a teenager in the face a number of times and stole his Apple iPod has been placed on a Probation Bond for six months.
AFTER eight years mired in red tape and false starts, there is new hope on the horizon for the development of a swimming pool for Balbriggan alongside an upgrade of facilities at the local rugby club.
A WOMAN who was knocked down and killed in an incident involving a car and a Luas tram in Dublin's City Centre has been named as Yao Webster from Eden Grove in Donabate.
A man is to be sentenced later for threatening staff members with a syringe at Our Lady's Hospice in Harold's Cross, Dublin.
THE powers of a future all-Dublin Mayor would have were too vaguely outlined to support a plebiscite on the issue, according to a Swords-based Fianna Fáil councillor who decided to abstain in the controversial vote on the issue in council chambers last week, along with his party colleague, Cllr Eoghan O'Brien.
TRIBUTES were paid at Swords District Court to State solicitor Ann Collins who is moving to the Central Criminal Court section.
FOUR people who are alleged to have been involved in assaults involving each other had their case adjourned at Balbriggan District Court.
A MAN charged with assault and a number of motoring offences, including dangerous driving, has been remanded on continuing bail to have his case heard in May.
COUNCILLORS who voted down the proposal to hold a plebiscite on the issue of a directed elected mayor for Dublin on the same day as the local and European elections, left the door open for a vote on the issue at a later date.
A MAN who had a row with his girlfriend and drove his car drunk with an open bottle of brandy between his legs has been convicted and disqualified from driving for three years.