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Jail for man living in Kilkelly who had cocaine for sale and supply

A 23-year-old Lithuanian man was given a three month prison sentence after pleading guilty in Ballyhaunis District Court this week to possession of cocaine for sale or supply. Liudas Kuksta, Ballinacostello, Kilkelly was found to have two ecstasy tablets valued at €10, 2.735 grams of cocaine valued at €191, and 5.86 grams of methamphetamine valued at €468 along with paraphernalia for the supply of drugs when his residence was searched by gardaí.

The Coal Man — delivering free to your door

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Do you find products like coal and timber too heavy to carry? If so contact the Coal Man who delivers free within a 10 mile radius of Castlebar and Westport and surrounding areas. For door to door deliveries straight from their trucks to your fireplace, this is a service you cannot do without during this cold snap. Or he will leave your fuel products in your shed or garage if necessary ensuring you don’t have to do any of the heavy lifting.

Farmer unhappy with inconclusive report on unexplained ill-thrift on farm

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Castlecomer farmer Dan Brennan has said that he is very disappointed in the new report published by the Department Of Agriculture which was commissioned to study poor animal performance on his farm in Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny.

Jail for man who had cocaine for supply

A 22-year-old father of one, who was detected with cocaine and cannabis in his possession with the intent to supply the cocaine, was jailed for three months at Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Castlecomer farmer returns to Brussels and then to High Court

Castlecomer farmer Dan Brennan, who was recently vindicated in a report published on mysterious happenings on his farm, is to take High Court action against the Ormonde Brick factory on the outskirts of the town.

High level of radon gas in Mayo homes

Sixteen per cent of homes measured in Mayo have high levels of cancer causing radon gas, according to the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland (RPII).  Radon, a colourless, odourless and tasteless radioactive gas is linked to up to 200 lung cancer deaths each year in Ireland. The RPII has urged Mayo homeowners to install radon detection equipment in order to ensure that they are not at risk from this threat.

 

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