Hundreds attend public meeting on contaminated fuel

Hundreds of angry motorists attended a public meeting at the Gateway Hotel in Swinford tonight on the growing contaminated fuel issue.

Dozens of car owners described at the meeting how their vehicles' engines have been destroyed by the bad fuel. 

A number of petrol forecourts are believed to have been effected.


Knockmore stand tall as semi-final picture becomes clear

It was a hectic weekend of action in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship, with four quarter-finals and one relegation semi-final down for decision, along with a reply in the intermediate championship quarter-finals.

The final stand: James Horan and his Mayo team get ready for the final battle in extra time against Kerry. Photo: Sportsfile


Hundreds attend public meeting on contaminated fuel

Hundreds of angry motorists attended a public meeting at the Gateway Hotel in Swinford tonight on the growing contaminated fuel issue.

Sean and Brian Power are this year’s directors.


Comebacks and the final countdown

With the penultimate round of games in the Mayo League taking place this weekend across most divisions, there are a few things already sorted out, but a lot more to be decided. What we know for sure is that in the Super League Westport United are the champions, with Castlebar Celtic the runners up. In the Premier A, the title and promotion race is still alive and well and Urlar United have been relegated while three other teams are battling to beat the drop. In the Premier B both the title and promotion race are still alive and well, while at the bottom Iorras Aontaithe were withdrawn while the battle to beat the drop is still all to play for for a couple of teams. In League One, Manulla B are already promoted while Bangor Hibs can book their place in the Premier B alongside them this weekend, while at the bottom Ballyvary Blue Bombers and Straide and Foxford United B are dropping to League Two next year. In the bottom tier in League Two, Fahy Rovers B have taken the title while on Sunday in Milebush Park Ballina Town B and Charlestown Athletic B will battle it out in a play-off to take the last promotion spot.

Health & Lifestyle

Don’t wait until the New Year to start your new resolution

Whether we like to think about it or not Christmas is just under 20 weeks away. Every year it’s always the same old story after Christmas, too much food and too many parties have us all feeling like Santa Claus himself.


Big treat for Moore fans at Castlebar show

Christy Moore will be kicking off 2015 with a very special and rare performance at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar.


Mazda reafirms its Connacht Rugby sponsorship

Former All Black legend and new Connacht Rugby player Mils Muliaina is the official Mazda Brand Ambassador.

Pictured at the launch, alongside the fleet of Mazda cars, including the Mazda CX5, the new Mazda3 and the Limited Edition 25th Anniversary MX-5 is captain John Muldoon, Mazda Ambassador Mils Muliaina, Kieran Marmion, Ronan Loughney, and Jake Heenan. Photo: ©INPHO/James Crombie


Do we want reform or do we just not care?

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.


More than twenty properties expected to be sold at Connacht Property Auction

The Connacht Property Auction is a partnership of more than 30 established auctioneers across Mayo and Connacht who offer both online and public auctions to their clients.

Connacht Property Auction

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