Fri, Mar 06, 2015
More than 100 repossession orders came before the circuit court in Mayo last month alone.
That is according to Mayo Dáil Deputy Dara Calleary (FF), who said the situation for struggling families in arrears is set to worsen significantly.
Deputy Calleary said he expects banks will be moving in on more and more homeowners in arrears in a bid to offset the losses on their books by selling off properties as the market recovers.
Mayo will make the long trek to Celtic Park on Sunday to take on Derry in the fourth round of the National Football League. This will be the third Ulster opposition that Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly’s side have faced on the bounce after their loss to Tyrone in round two, and their win over Monaghan last Sunday.
Just one in three Irish workers are taking the recommended level of exercise for a healthy lifestyle each week.
Roll up, roll up...the spectacular Daredevil Circus, featuring international circus stars from all over the world, is coming to Castlebar and Ballina.
So, the Seanad survived the chop, the people have spoken or to be more exact around 40 per cent of them have. The right to vote and shape the future of our country is something that was struggled for for hundreds of years, but when two questions to shape the future direction of democracy and the legal setup of the nation was asked, 60 per cent of the people didn't even bother to show up and have their say.
There was considerable interest in a Main Street property in Ballyhaunis at the first Connacht Property Auction of the year.