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Wednesday 31 May 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Tullamore

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Update: Results from post mortem on Tullamore girl are inconclusive
Gardaí investigating the 11-year-old’s death are now waiting on toxicology reports.
# Road Deaths
RSA urges drivers to slow down after 11 road deaths in August
The Road Safety Authority has said that July and August are typically the most dangerous months on Irish roads.
# Road Deaths
Gardaí renew appeal for witnesses after Tullamore crash kills three brothers
The crash involved a maroon Honda Civic and a white mini bus
# R420
Four victims in Tullamore crash include three brothers
Three brothers aged 27, 24 and 17 were among the four young men killed when a Honda Civic struck a minibus.
Four dead after Co Offaly collision
All four of the deceased were aged in their 20s and travelling in the same vehicle.
# festival season
PHOTOS:Bring the wellies - crowds descend on Castlepalooza
Festival-goers have been advised to bring their wellies to any events this weekend because of the likelihood of rain. Boo.
# Cannabis
Cannabis worth €280,000 seized in Offaly
A man in his 30s was arrested in connection with the seizure.
# Bomb Hoax
PSNI working with Gardai in bomb hoax investigation
Gardaí are now working with the PSNI in their investigation into the bomb hoaxes which caused evacuations in four different locations on Saturday night.
# Hoax
Four venues evacuated over hoax bomb warnings
Patrons of nightclubs in Tullamore, Galway, Ballinasloe, and Claremorris were evacuated at approximately 11pm last night.
# Preview
Laois v Meath — All-Ireland SFC qualifier round four match guide
Last Sunday they lost the Leinster final to Dublin but Meath must pick themselves back up quickly for tomorrow’s qualifier battle with Laois.
# Fighting Talk
Mythbusters: Banty out to challenge unwritten law of the qualifiers
The Meath boss vows that his team will fight ‘tooth and nail’ to get back to Croke Park, despite the six-day-turnaround
# In Pictures
E-Voting machines finally put to use
The company which bought and scrapped the machines has donated €10,000 to charity.
# Roads
Man arrested in connection with Offaly hit and run released
A man, named locally as James Dillon, died after being struck by a car near Killeigh in the early hours of yesterday morning.
# Arrest
Man arrested in connection with Offaly fatal hit and run
A young man in his 20s was found seriously injured on a road in Tullamore in the early hours of this morning. He later died in hospital.
Laois v Dublin, Leinster SHC quarter-final
Could Laois catch Dublin cold as Anthony Daly’s men opened their Leinster SHC campaign in Tullamore? Relive this afternoon’s action in our minute-by-minute report.
# Roads
Young man dies after Offaly road crash
The pedestrian was found injured on a road at Killeigh. He later died of his injuries.
# Replay
Dublin and Galway to meet again after Tullamore thriller
Niall McMorrow was the hero for Anthony Daly’s side, who had two players sent off in extra time.
# Missing Person
Appeal for woman missing from Co Offaly
Marian Naughton has been missing from her home in Tullamore since Tuesday.
# Division 1A
Win or bust: Dubs and Galway name sides for relegation decider
Anthony Daly and Anthony Cunningham have named vastly changed sides for Sunday’s Division 1A relegation play-off.
# Waiting Game
Don't call it a comeback: Canning says he won't be ready for relegation decider
Joe Canning admits that he’s unlikely to play any part in Sunday’s Division 1A relegation play-off against Dublin.
# Crime
Gardaí investigate stabbings in Tullamore and Cork
A man died of apparent stab wounds in Tullamore last night. In an unconnected case, two men were stabbed during a suspected robbery in Cork.
# Located
Missing teenager Sean Kemp located
# Missing
Appeal issued over missing teenager Sean Kemp
Gardaí say the 18-year-old was last seen in Maynooth on 23 February, and they are concerned for his welfare.
# Young Fine Gael
Youth wing of Fine Gael calls for renegotiation of Croke Park Agreement
Young Fine Gael’s national conference has been taking place in Tullamore this weekend.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Your evening round-up of the day’s biggest news stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…
# device
Suspicious device made safe in Tullamore
A suspicious device was discovered this afternoon at an industrial unit in Co Offaly.
# Drugs
Three men in court over Tullamore drug seizure
The men are charged in relation to a large cannabis cultivation operation that was discovered on Tuesday night.
# Drugs
Three arrested over Tullamore drug seizure
Gardaí have uncovered a large cannabis cultivation plant at a warehouse in Offaly.
# Fire
Woman dies in Offaly house fire
The 64-year-old woman was alone in the house at the time.
# Teresa Treacy
Teresa Treacy released from prison
The Offaly woman had been jailed three weeks ago for contempt of court after she refused to allow ESB and Eirgrid to construct a power line on her land.
# Teresa Treacy
Protesters mass at ESB offices over Teresa Treacy jailing
More than 100 people gathered in Dublin calling for Ms Treacy’s release, including members of the Oireachtas.
# Teresa Treacy
Thousands sign petition to free jailed woman Teresa Treacy
Tree-cutting has stopped over the weekend on the 65-year-old’s land, where a protest camp has been set up.
# Teresa Treacy
ESB and Eirgrid say they 'deeply regret' Teresa Treacy situation
The landowner in Co Offaly has been in jail for the past two weeks after asserting the utility companies would not be allowed to carry out work on her land.
# Teresa Treacy
Standoff in Offaly as ESB moves onto Teresa Treacy land
The ESB has this morning moved onto Treacy’s lands to continue construction work, but neighbours are blocking the way.
# Teresa Treacy
Supporters of jailed Teresa Treacy to protest at Mountjoy
The 65-year-old was sent to prison last week for refusing to allow the ESB to cut down trees on her land.
Column: ‘We are standing with people who have been let down by the Church’
A group of Irish priests is doing penance in solidarity with victims of child abuse. Fr Shane Crombie explains their hopes.