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# Trim

Last week
15th January 2023 - 21st January 2023
# Trim
Man (20s) dies in collision involving truck and two cars in Meath
The collision occurred at around 10.20am this morning.
Last month
December 2022
# Hurling strongholds
A novel hurling final: How Bray and Trim overcame indifference and Kilkenny dominance
Both clubs’ rise is built on innovative and tireless work at underage grades.
Last year
2022
# Millennium Bridge
Meath County Council still trying to determine why bridge built to last a century failed
The Millennium Bridge was forced to close in the summer, little more than 20 years after it opened.
# Cost of Living
'She didn't eat for 4 days to feed her baby': Irish foodbanks pushed to the limit
19% of adults had skipped meals or reduced portion size so their family can eat enough, according to Barnardos.
# Meath
GSOC involved in investigation after man dies in Trim crash
A car collided with a wall on Patrick Street in Trim at around 1.55am.
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# Criminal Assets Bureau
Two arrested on suspicion of money laundering following searches in Dublin and Meath
Ten locations in Duleek, Trim and Dublin were searched yesterday.
# dylan lavelle
Family 'very concerned' for welfare of 19-year-old missing since last Saturday
Gardaí believe that Dylan may be in the Dundalk area.
# Missing
Gardaí issue appeal for missing 14-year-old girl from Meath
The teenager was last seen in the Trim area.
# appeal
Woman missing from Co Meath since Christmas Eve found safe and well
Karen Comey had been missing from her home in Trim.
# co meath
Gardaí appeal for witnesses to cash-in-transit robbery in Trim
A cash box with an undisclosed amount of money was stolen on Monday.
# Trim
Man charged with assaulting woman in Co Meath incident
The man appeared at Trim District Court this afternoon and was remanded on bail.
# gender balance
First female examiner appointed a day after gender balance appeal by High Court judge
Sarah Jane O’Keefe was appointed in the Circuit Court in Trim.
# grow the game
'The idea is to give people in areas that aren't represented in rugby an opportunity'
John O’Donnell and the Ireland Men’s Sevens team have a huge weekend ahead in Hong Kong.
# claremont stadium
Meath MMA event cancelled following Shane Ross's statement over safety concerns
Ross had expressed concern that the event is being held without a number of safety precautions.
# GoFundMe
Irish teacher (26) who suffered 3 cardiac arrests in UAE begins to show signs of consciousness
Aisling Brady (26) moved to the Gulf state last year after taking an extended break from her hometown job in Trim, Co Meath.
# Ashbourne
Two men due in court after €7 million worth of drugs seized in Meath
A number of people were arrested both here and in the Netherlands as part of an international investigation targeting gangland crime.
# Workplace accident
Company fined €125k after employee has four fingers amputated
Another employee had died using the same machine several years before.
# counter terrorism unit
Two men - one Algerian and one Moroccan - arrested for terror offences in Dublin
A number of searches were carried out in Swords, Stepaside, South Circular Road and Trim.
# Missing
Missing Meath man found safe and well
Gardaí thanked the public for their help in locating the man.
# hiring
Aldi has announced 400 new jobs as part of a major expansion
The €100 million investment will see 20 new stores.
# Trim
17 cars broken into in overnight "rampage" in Co Meath
One youth is suspected with gardaí following “a definite line of inquiry”.
# Meath
Three men due in court after attempted cash-in-transit robbery
A firearm was recovered at the scene.
# super tempations
Super Valu in Trim caught the exact moment someone gave up on Lent
Hump Day got them.
# Trim
Town in Meath sees water supply interrupted for more than 24 hours
The stoppages have officially been in place in Trim since yesterday morning.
# heritage ireland
Ireland's largest Norman castle was built by a womaniser who ended up being decapitated
Archaeologist Neil Jackman explores two of Ireland’s most beautiful castles – Emo Court in Laois and Trim Castle in Meath.
# Meath
Gardaí investigate after man pulled over by fake 'garda' car and assaulted
He claimed the car had a blue light flashing.
Lotto jackpot winner: 'I looked up the numbers on Teletext, and just couldn't believe it'
Two families in Meath collected €10 million this morning and we’re not jealous at all.
# support unit
Two charged by armed gardaí after shots fired in Meath
A pistol and ammunition was found in searches yesterday.
# Meath
Fine Gael TD speaks to gardaí after woman alleges 'hit-and-run' at protest
Organisers of the protest deny intimidation outside the deputy’s home.
# Meath
Two gardaí injured after joyriders smash into patrol car
One juvenile was arrested, but has since been released
# Animal Cruelty
Man jailed and banned from keeping animals over cruelty to dogs
A dog with 11 pups had no food or drink available.
# Trim
Member of public brings viable artillery shell to garda station
The device was made safe by the Defence Forces late last night.
# Public Order
First arrest for blocking water meter installation
Trim resident, Tony Rochford, blocked Irish Water vehicles from exiting a cul-de-sac.
# Meath
Horses rescued after spending days stuck in bog water
Distressing images. A team of local volunteers rescued the two horses, and another two are being moved to safety.
# only in trim
Is this is the most Irish parking space ever?
What happened here?!
# Meath
Pedestrian killed in Meath collision
A man in his 20s was also injured in the collision and is being treated at Our Lady’s Hospital.
# Jenny McHugh
Micheál Martin welcomes Labour councillor's defection to Fianna Fáil
Meath county councillor Jenny McHugh has quit Labour to join Fianna Fáil.
# Property Tax
Property tax hunger striker: 'I'd say I won't last too long'
Tony Rochford hasn’t taken food for 11 days – but insists he will not end his strike unless the property tax is repealed.
# Property Tax
This man says he's on hunger strike to oppose the property tax
Tony Rochford from Trim in Co Meath says he has been refusing all solid foods for over a week now.
# Katy French
Katy French family 'left without a full picture' of model's death
A family statement is issued as two people plead guilty of conspiring to supply drugs – with no further charges to be brought.