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Mayo Rose to bloom in the Royal

She has a first class honours degree in theoretical physics from UCD, she is a regular on our TV screens as a panellist on RTÉ’s flagship satire programme The Panel, she is well known for her exploits on Celebrity Bainisteoir with the Kiltimagh GAA club and now Mayo’s multi-talented 2005 Rose of Tralee winner Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin is set to take to the stage as she joins Ragús for their spectacular homecoming tenth anniversary show on November 8 at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar.

Ragús live at the

She has a first class honours degree in theoretical physics from UCD, she is a regular on our TV screens as a panellist on RTÉ’s flagship satire programme The Panel, she is well known for her exploits on Celebrity Bainisteoir with the Kiltimagh GAA club and now Mayo’s multi-talented 2005 Rose of Tralee winner Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin is set to take to the stage as she joins Ragús for their spectacular homecoming tenth anniversary show on November 8 at the Royal Theatre, Castlebar.

Bag of dumped rubbish led to fine

A man who claimed that he only disposed of one bag of litter in a large litter haul which was discovered illegally dumped near Balla was convicted and fined at Castlebar District Court this week.

O'Gara in court on business audit charges

One of the region’s best-known businessmen, Noel O’Gara from Ballinahown, was in the District Court in Athlone again this week (November 18) to face a number of charges relating to his alleged audit of a company or companies whilst disqualified from doing so.

O’Gara will be heard on January 16

Noel O’Gara, the businessman and ground rent speculator from Ballinahown, will get a “priority hearing” on January 16 when he next appears to answer the nine breaches of corporate law with which he is charged.

Local businessman O’Gara fined for improper auditing

Noel O'Gara, the businessman and ground rent speculator who bought the title to a south Dublin suburban square from under the noses of the City Council three years ago, was fined a total of €4,700 in the District Court last week (January 16) after he was convicted of auditing four companies for which he was not qualified.

“Kangaroo court” costs businessman €6,200

After questioning the judge’s patriotism, professionalism and integrity but not providing any fresh evidence, Noel O’Gara failed in his appeal against a conviction for illegally auditing a number of companies.

Best Journalist award for Ballyvary student

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Twenty-two-year-old DCU student Michael McHale, from Ballyvary, scooped the coveted Best Journalist award, sponsored by the Irish Examiner, at the 3 student media awards. It was judged by Tim Vaughen, the Examiner's editor.

LP and vinyl fair for Athlone this weekend

Aficionados of the pre-CD medium are in for a bit of a treat tomorrow when the Records Fairs Ireland Group will be setting out their comprehensive array of vinyl wares at the Prince of Wales Hotel in Church Street on Saturday, May 2, from 9am to 6pm.

West Restaurant nominated for six Food & Wine Magazine awards

West restaurant, at the multi-award winning Twelve Hotel, Barna, has been nominated for an impressive six awards at the renowned Food & Wine Magazine Edward Dillon Restaurant of the Year Awards 2009.

 

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