Shane weighing up his options with FG
Rugby legend Shane Byrne says he is still considering an offer from Fine Gael of a spot on the party's ticket for the Local Elections – but that he has a lot to think about, including whether or not Fine Gael are the right party for him.
Mother shoplifted while in daughter's company
A mother of three pointed out items to her teenage daughter in Tesco before they left with almost €160 worth of shopping.
Brady slams 'slave labour' scheme
Cllr. John Brady has described a new scheme aimed at placing unemployed people to work in local authorities as 'slave labour.'
Prison for beggar who broke into bin
A man who was 'aggressively begging' was imprisoned for one month.
Focus on trees at family fun day
It was National Tree Week last week and the festival started off at the Powerscourt Estate.
Doomsday teams up with Make A Wish
Doomsday Ireland, which takes place at the 10km assault course on the Rosanna Estate in Ashford, will this year partner with Make-A-Wish Ireland to help grant the last requests of children with life-threatening conditions.
Teen admits he stole aftershave from Boots
A youth facing charges of theft and criminal damage is to have a probation report prepared.
Taxi driver banned after speeding away from gardai
A taxi driver has been put off the road for three years after being convicted at Bray District Court of drink driving.
'Parade is a major showcase of year'
The arrangements for this month's St. Patrick's Day Parade were discussed at last week's Greystones Town Council Meeting.
€1m held in AMAI account
Over €1 million is in an AMAI (Association of Municipal Authorities) account, it emerged at last week's meeting of Greystones Town Council.