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Six people were charged with assault in Swinford District Court, sitting in Ballina this moring arising out of incidents that occured at Áras Attracta care home in Swinford. The six were all staff members in the care home. The assaults are alleged to have taken place on dates between 6 and 17 November 2014.
O’Donnellan and Joyce’s final all-day property auction of the year on Friday December 12 saw property sales reach €6.2 million. Residential property sales in the afternoon reached €4.5 million, with many first time buyers in evidence around the auction room such was the value on offer. In the morning €1.7 million in property sales was reached with cash buyers and investors Christmas shopping ahead of the December 31 capital gains tax deadline.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has launched its forthcoming auction on Friday December 12 with all 50 properties opened at the weekend for the general public to view.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has just launched full details of its last mega property auction of the year, with more than 40 properties throughout the west of Ireland due to go under the hammer.
SsangYong Motors, Korea’s newest car brand to enter the Irish market, have gained a strong foothold in the West of Ireland by appointing Cassidy Motors Ltd as their first Connacht dealer.
Oesophageal cancer survivor, Gerard McCarthy from Lisselton, Co Kerry is to undertake a “Dawn to Dusk 32 County Motorcycle Challenge” in aid of the Mercy University Hospital Foundation on June 21 next, passing through Charlestown, Co Mayo along his journey.
East West Express, the Mayo member for The Pallet Network (TPN), has been noted for contributing to TPN being highly commended in the environmental sustainability category at this year’s annual Small Firms Association (SFA) Awards. The Pallet Network (TPN) is one of Ireland’s leading freight, transport, and logistics services providers and East West Express, based in Charlestown, Co Mayo, is one of the 23 regional national network carriers for TPN.
Mayo native Gerry Hegarty has recently taken up the position of Student Affairs Manager at IT Sligo, having previously worked with the Citizens Information Board as Senior Manager, Services Development with responsibility for ICT, website development, training & development, quality, social policy, and HR & Governance.
Two men who pleaded guilty to attempting to steal diesel from a farmyard were both convicted and fined at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.
Every time I see the long angular shape of Ken Bruen loping through the back streets of Galway, I say to myself: ‘Bet he’s on a new case.’ Ken Bruen is acknowledged as one of the world’s best crime writers. He has written an amazing 27 novels, compiled numerous collections, and won heaps of awards and nominations, especially for his first Jack Taylor series beginning with The Guards (published 2001).