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It was a lucky week for Mayo on the Winning Streak game show, as one lucky woman, Marian Connell from Kilmaine, spun the wheel and won a whopping €61,000 while playing for her mum. During the game the name of another Mayo man - John ‘Murt’ Hunt, from Ballyhaunis was pulled out to appear on the show this Saturday, November 25.
Last Monday, at 5.30 pm, RTÉ 2 broadcast the opening episode of Drop Dead Weird, a madcap teen comedy following the hilarious antics of an Australian family who move to a seaside village in the west of Ireland to run a B&B.
A family business from Mayo has been selected to represent the West of Ireland at SeaFest, Ireland’s national maritime festival. Mother and daughter Marjorie and Maebh O’Malley of Achill Island Sea Salt will speak about their experiences of living and working in Mayo at a dedicated LookWest.ie Marquee.
The discovery of the remains of almost 800 children on the site of the former Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, over a five decade period must herald the beginning of an “honest appraisal” of what went on at all the other homes throughout the country, a local TD insisted this week.
The number of dogs euthanised in Westmeath fell from 317 in 2011 to 45 in 2015, thanks to the efforts of staff and volunteers in the county dog pound in Mullingar.
A national recruitment day aimed at offering jobs to people home for the festive season is to take place on December 29.
CAHERLISTRANE'S KEANE Family - Matt, Sean, Noel and Pat - bring their annual Christmas Time Concerts to The Claregalway Hotel on Friday January 6 and Saturday 7 at 8pm.
And then there were two. Knockmore qualified for their first county final since 2009 after a pulsating and dramatic game against hotly fancied Breaffy in the semifinal last Sunday. The final whistle brought on some ugly scenes as a lot of players from both sides got involved in skirmishes while supporters were on the field. It was an unsightly end to a compelling game with fisticuffs occurring between players while there were children in the vicinity, it was not a great advertisement for our sport.
Next Monday, August 15, there are more reasons than ever to go racing in Roscommon with the always highly anticipated family day taking place.
The name John Butler is synonymous with the treatment of both sports and general injuries in Galway city and county. Fifteen years after opening the door of his first clinic in Bohermore, John and his team provide a wide range of services at their Liosbaun clinic on the Tuam Road, Galway.