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Councillors very supportive of Christmas Market - despite critical executive report

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A number of city councillors defended the Christmas Market during a heated debate about the event at this week's local authority meeting. The debate followed the release of a report about the market by director of services for recreation and amenity, Tom Connell.

We’re back in the saddle again...

On Monday week in Galway city, the ride will most definitely not be out of the question. For the cost of a loaf, a pint of milk, and one of those old-style paid-for newspapers you’d buy for your granny, you will be able to ride your way around this city to your heart’s content.

Moate-based Michael Jackson radio documentary up for PPI award

A RTÉ Radio One documentary giving an exclusive insight into Michael Jackson’s time in the Midlands has been shortlisted for one of this year’s PPI (Phonographic Performance Ireland) Radio Awards.

Superb 142 offers available at Westmeath SKODA dealerships

SKODA dealerships in Athlone and Mullingar have announced Superb offers for the 142 plate including low rate finance across the range from 1.42 per cent APR. In addition to these rates, customers can also avail of three years free servicing on SKODAs purchased with SKODA Finance.

Galway Film Fleadh to show world premiere of Glassland

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GLASSLAND, THE new film by Pilgrim Hill director Gerard Barrett, and starring Jack Reynor, the IFTA winning actor best known for his role in What Richard Did, will have its world premiere at Galway Film Fleadh.

Michael McGinty’s homemade icecream is going down a treat in Castlebar

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Rail Theatre Group asks you to Run For Your Wife!

This March Mullingar Arts Centre adds comedy to their spring line-up, but not just any comedy, possibly the funniest comedy ever written as Mullingar’s Rail Theatre Group take on Ray Cooney’s hilarious Run For Your Wife!

Taximan detective who located his stolen boat praised by judge

A man who investigated the theft, and then detected his stolen boat in an enclosed garage in a different county was rewarded with a compensation order worth €1,000 more than the damage done.

Judge urges defendant to take responsibility for his behaviour

Judge Hughes said he had sympathy for Richard Ricky Mulvihill, Lynam’s Flats, Main Street, Ballynacargy and his difficult upbringing but said the time has come for him to stop blaming others.

Two men killed in New Year’s Day crash

There was a tragic start to the New Year on Mayo’s roads with the death of two men early on New Year’s morning following a head on collision on the Ballina to Foxford road at Ballynahaglish. The two men have been named as 43-year-old Terence Beagan with an address at Proleek, Ravensdale, Louth, and 47-year-old Gearoid O’Scolai from Childers Heights, Ballina, Co Mayo. Both men were travelling alone when the incident happened shortly before 5am on Wednesday. Both men were treated at the scene by ambulance personnel who happened to be on the road at the time of the accident. The scene was also attended by ambulance personnel who used cutting equipment to free the two men from their vehicles, however despite their efforts both men were pronounced dead at the scene and their remains were transferred to Mayo General Hospital for post-mortem examination.

 

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