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Arrabawn Dairies has had a makeover! To celebrate the launch of Arrabawn’s new look, they are rewarding customers who have shown Legendary Acts of Kindness. Nominate somebody who has carried out a selfless act - no matter how big or small - and they will be in with a chance of winning one of the fortnightly €1,000 prizes.
The disturbance to neighbours due to dogs being bred and kept in kennels led to Judge Mary Devins making an order at Ballina District Court this week which permits only two dogs to be kept in the residence.
Knock Marriage Introductions, the Mayo Catholic dating agency, which has been match making since 1968, celebrated 10 marriages from member couples last year.
Neighbours of a residence where dogs are bred and kept in kennels are bringing action against the owner of the home and also against the person who is breeding the dogs.
The Western Family History Association will host a talk entitled ‘Church of Ireland Records and Family History Research’ at its next meeting, which will take place in the Claregalway Hotel on Wednesday November 14 at 8.15pm.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
National training and education provider The Learning Curve Institute will deliver its FETAC accredited minor awards in drug and alcohol addiction and mental health awareness in Galway this October and February respectively.
The decision to separate is a painful one for all concerned.
The average age of men and women in Mayo taking the plunge and getting married are those in their 30s according to statistics from the Central Statistics Office. Released last week, the statistics relate to marriages registered in 2008.
PAVLOV’S DOGS, named after the celebrated experiments of Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov, play Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 10pm.