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  • Pensioner to face rape charges at central criminal court

    first_imgPrint Report by Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A 62-year-old man has been sent forward for trial to the Central Criminal Court on allegations of rape and sexual assault of a young Limerick girl over a five year period in the early 90s.The man, who can not be named for legal reasons, had been charged before Judge Eugene O’Kelly at Limerick District Court last February after he was arrested at his home in the Northside of the city.This Wednesday, the book of evidence was served and he was sent forward for trial to the Central Criminal Court.Facing a total of 33 charges, gardaí originally arrested the man after a complaint was made by the young woman. He made no reply when charged.The charges relate to dates between 1991 and 1995 at locations in Limerick.The 62 year-old was remanded on continuing custody on his own bond of €1,000 to the current sittings of a the Central Criminal Court. Facebook Advertisement NewsBreaking newsPensioner to face rape charges at central criminal courtBy admin – October 10, 2013 1212 Emailcenter_img Twitter Linkedin Previous articleSupermacs boss to address post budget Limerick breakfastNext articleMunster ‘A’ side named for B&I opener admin WhatsApplast_img read more

  • Varsity sell out

    first_imgTickets for this year’s Varsity ski trip sold out in a record-breaking thirty hours last week. Students snapped up all 2500 tickets in just under two days, compared to ten days last year. Sam Kirsop, President of Varsity 2010 said, “We’ve been working really hard to ensure that this year is the best Varsity Trip experience yet. We can’t wait to show them what’s in store for December.”The quick sales have left hundreds of students disappointed and sparked criticism from freshers. One Brasenose first year who missed out said, “It was sold out before freshers even knew it existed. I’d have loved to go but I didn’t want to sign up before I’d made enough friends to go with.” 1300 Oxford students and 1200 Cambridge students will hit the slopes in Val Thorens this December.last_img read more

  • Female Killed in Locust Valley Fire

    first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York One person was killed in an early morning fire that ripped through the cottage of a Locust Valley home on Thursday, authorities said.Nassau County police Arson/Bomb Squad detectives are investigating the blaze, but police said the cause of the fire doesn’t appear to be suspicious at this time.At least 75 firefighters responded to the 4:20 a.m. fire on Lattingtown Road after the homeowners of the residence woke up to smoke and saw that the cottage located on their property was on fire, police said. They tried to enter the cottage but were pushed back by smoke and heat, police said.The Locust Valley Fire Department and dozens of other firefighters responded and eventually extinguished the blaze, which also spread into the main area of the residence, police said.Members of the Nassau County Fire Marshall’s office and the Arson/Bomb Squad recovered the body of a female who is believed to be the homeowner’s daughter, police said. Authorities said the identify of the victim is being withheld pending an investigation by the medical examiner.A police officer and three firefighters who sustained injuries while responding to the blaze were hospitalized and released.Police said the investigation is ongoing.last_img read more

  • Gleneagles still in Dewhurst field

    first_imgAidan O’Brien’s crack juvenile Gleneagles is among 11 possibles for the Dubai Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket on Friday. Press Association The youngster would be bidding for Group One consolation after being first past the post in the Prix Jean Luc Lagardere at Longchamp last weekend only to be disqualified and placed third after being judged guilty of causing interference. He is one of three Ballydoyle possibles along with the unraced pair of Cradle Mountain and Royal Navy Ship, both of whom are due to run at the Curragh on Sunday. center_img Secret Brief and Maftool, trained by Mark Johnston and Saeed bin Suroor respectively, have both been supplemented after connections stumped up £30,000 each to add them to the line-up. Maftool was a Group Three winner at Newmarket last month, while Secret Brief won a sales race at the track at the start of October. Aktabantay finished sixth in the Longchamp heat and he could try again for Hugo Palmer, while Estidhkaar could try to follow up his Champagne Stakes win for Richard Hannon. Belardo, Dutch Connection, Kodi Bear and Sacrificial are also still in contention. last_img read more