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Thank you from Saddle Up For Epilepsy

The organiser of the recent Saddle Up For Epilepsy Cycle, Brenda Quigg from Breaffy, says the event was a huge success and issued a heartfelt thanks to all of those who supported the cycle.

golf results

Galway Bay Golf Club: Captain’s Day (Denis Maher), Tom Sands 60; Donal Dooley 56; John Killeen 55; Gross Ronan Hennigan;Tom Moran; Martin Kerins; Alan Kerin;Front nine Martin Gohery; Back nine Michael Culhane; Nearest the pin John Connolly; Longest drive Brendan O'Leary. Ladies, Orla Shields (19) 41; Aoife Killeen (20) 41; Gross Mary Kelly (12) 24; Helen O'Flaherty (17) 37; Sheila Reilly (20) 37; Front nine, Patricia Melville; Back nine, Collette Kelleher; Nearest the Pin, Sheila Reilly; Longest Drive, Bridgie Hanley.

Man assaults security man in smoke queue, court hears

A Spiddal man who assaulted a security man because he thought he was another customer skipping the queue for the smoking section may have received the benefit of the Probation Act but he will no longer be welcome back to the city centre pub, the Galway District Court heard this week.

Man assaults security man in smoke queue, court hears

A Spiddal man who assaulted a security man because he thought he was another customer skipping the queue for the smoking section may have received the benefit of the Probation Act but he will no longer be welcome back to the city centre pub, the Galway District Court heard this week.

Mayo waste company faces trial in Central Criminal Court

The DPP has brought proceedings against a local domestic waste collection business and three associates of the company following an investigation by the Competition Authority, due to an alleged breach of the competition act in relation to waste disposal.

Mayo waste disposal collectors and former county secretary on trial

The trial continues in the Central Criminal Court sitting in Galway of three Mayo refuse collector companies and their directors, alongside a former county secretary for charges relating to breaching the competition Act 2002.

Former county secretary and waste companies found not guilty of anti-competition charges

A former county secretary of Mayo County Council along with three waste companies have been found not guilty of sharing markets and customers in 2005 under the Competition Act.

 

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