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Big Brother Big Sister set to launch new integration programme

In light of growing demand for the programme from migrant families now living in Mayo, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ireland is looking for adult volunteers to help young people make the successful transition into Irish society.

Fashion students invited to enter Fashion Innovation Awards

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A local production company will honour the work of new and innovative Irish fashion designers with the first “Fashion Innovation Awards” which will take place at the Radisson Blu hotel on March 18.

Hannah Montana and High School Musical tribute a real new year treat

Direct from sell a sell-out run at the Helix Theatre in Dublin, Hannah Montana and High School Musical fans are sure to get the best of both worlds when this magical tribute show arrives in Castlebar on Saturday January 9. It’s a foot stompin', all singin' and dancin' tribute feast that will have even mums and dads on their feet! This show is the culmination of three months’ intensive choreography, vocal coaching, and drama rehearsals for a team of fully trained young actors and performers from Britain.

Preparing for the Worst…

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On the “parade ground” at the old disused workhouse, Seamus O’ Brien and his fellow “rookies”- as they were nicknamed- had to receive basic training in foot drill, before progressing to more advanced military exercises.

Hannah Montana tribute in Castlebar

DIRECT FROM a sellout run at the Helix Theatre in Dublin, Hannah Montana and High School Musical fans are sure to get the best of both worlds when this tribute show arrives in Castlebar on Saturday January 9.

Advertiser staff mourn passing of their colleague Felicity Stewart

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She was the kind of person who, once encountered, was never forgotten. People who had met her only briefly would say to me; “How’s your friend Felicity?” Tall, attractive, a dynamic individual, Felicity Stewart made an immediate impact; her colourful personality displayed not only in her choice of flamboyant clothing but so, too, her hair was always changing colour from natural pale red to a variety of bottled shades.

Covies launches online

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Ireland’s first ever online soap opera, Covies, set in Westport, Co Mayo, was officially launched last Sunday at a very special red carpet reception held in the Castlecourt Hotel, where the first three episodes of the soap will be shown at a private screening. The first episode of Covies debuted on Monday online on

Volunteers needed to help clean up Merlin Woods

Volunteers are being sought to help clean litter from Merlin Woods this Sunday, and schools, businesses, community groups, and individuals are being asked to help.

Martin Molloy can diagnose your commercial problems

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If you have a problem with your commercial vehicle, or any other vehicle for that matter, Martin Molloy Commercials is your one stop shop to get that problem sorted. Since he opened for business in 1996, Martin Molloy has seen his business grow to where it stands today as one of the country’s best known commercial repair and diagnostic centres. Located just outside Castlebar in Ross West, Martin Molloy Commercials carries out not only diagnostic work, but repairs on all heavy and light commercial vehicles. He also runs a DOE test centre along with carrying out tests for safe load passes for the Irish Petroleum Association, pressure testing on tankers, tachograph calibration, speed limiter fitting, and a full rescue service.

Lucky start to new year for Athlone mum

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The country’s newest multi-millionaire was celebrating in Athlone this week after scooping the first Lotto jackpot of the year.


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