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Senior Football Championship: Sat 28 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Milltown v St James 19:45 Ref: Muiris Mac Gearailt; At Pearse Stadium, Annaghdown vAn Cheathrú Rua 19:45 Ref: Frank Kinneen; Sun 29 Jun, At Tuam Stadium, Corofin vTuam Stars 12:00, Ref: Shane Hehir; At Pearse Stadium, Mícheál Breathnach v Cárna-Caiseal 12:30 Ref: Gerry Daly; At Tuam Stadium, Caherlistrane v Caltra 13:45 Ref: Ger Cahill; At Pearse Stadium, Barna vNaomh Anna, Leitir Móir 14:15 Ref: Martin Flaherty; At Kenny Park, Killererin v St Michael's 16:30 Ref: Tommy Faherty; At Kenny Park, Salthill-Knocknacarra v Kilconly 18:00 Ref: Máirtín Ó Gríofa; At Tuam Stadium, Kilkerrin-Clonberne v Cortoon Shamrocks 17:15 Ref: Gearoid O Conamha; At Tuam Stadium, Mountbellew/Moylough vMenlough 19:00, Ref: Brenadan Kinneavy.
If three is a magic number the third Westport Food Festival, which was launched this week, will put a spell on food enthusiasts young and old. Taking place from September 6 - 8, the community-based programme of events includes many new and some old favourites, with something for every pocket and palate.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny will today attend the opening of the new Galway offices of financial services company Grant Thornton.
After many successful years of delivering fresh fruit and vegetables to the region, Frank Walsh is delighted to announce the opening of Market House Fruit & Vegetables in Kiltimagh. Market House will not be beaten on price or quality and is open 9am to 6pm six days a week.
Yes, that’s right, the Days sign is gone and has been replaced with Harlequin.
The Harlequin restaurant is established locally as one of Castlebar’s finest restaurants and is open daily serving breakfast from 7am and lunch from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. In the evening enjoy a mouthwatering meal from the contemporary menu prepared from local produce by award winning chef Frank Walsh. Savour a nice bottle of wine from the Harlequin restaurant’s carefully chosen selection, or allow the excellent waiting staff to give you their recommendations.
A Nigerian woman in her twenties, who may be a victim of human trafficking and has remained in garda custody for over two months while her identity is trying to be established, agreed to co-operate with gardaí in furnishing her fingerprints and identifying the house in which she claims she was held against her will.
Following a request by Judge Mary Devins for the prosecution in an assault case involving Maura Harrington to go back to the DPP in light of recent media reports about the connection between IRMS staff — who were witnesses in the case — and issues in Bolivia in relation to the credibility of these witnesses, and that the security employers may be called into court, Superintendent Frank Walsh outlined that DPP direction was not for the employers to be called into court, that any involvement with the security company outside of the jurisdiction should not be examined, and that evidence should be based on the veracity of the two witnesses.