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The hard hitting road show, which educates teens about the terrible consequences of road carnage is returning to Mayo in February.
Castlebar Women’s Rugby are aiming to end 2014 on a high as they contest the Connacht League final this Sunday, December 7, at 1pm in Ballyhaunis against Buccaneers.
A five-a-side indoor soccer tournament for members of the various branches of the emergency services throughout Ireland will be held in Galway on May 24.
The Castlebar ladies rugby team will be looking to bring some more provincial glory home with them, when they take on Tullamore in the Connacht Innovational Cup final in the Sportsground in Galway tomorrow at 2pm. The ladies team which only came into existence in 2012, has had a fairytale run over the past two years, going from strength to strength and winning trophies along the way. Last year they picked the Connacht League title with a comprehensive win over Canterbury Warriors on a scoreline of 45-6.
Advance Drive is Galway’s largest and most successful driving school with a pass rate second to none. Established in 1989 Advance Drive is located in Salthill, Galway, and is the only driving school in the west of Ireland that offers tuition in every category of vehicle (A, A1, B, BE, C1, C, CE, D1, D ).
Last night (Thursday) Claremorris and District Lions Club launched their new community project named Message in a Bottle.
Mayo County Council in association with AXA Insurance is issuing an invitation to the public to attend at the AXA/Mayo Road Safety Roadshow on February 9 2012 at the TF Royal Theatre in Castlebar.
As part of the safety Week which will be running in Athlone Institute of Technology during next week, there will be particular emphasis on road safety next Wednesday January 28.
As part of its winter initiative, the Health Services Executive (HSE) is highlighting a series of measures which members of the public can take to protect their health and wellbeing during the adverse weather conditions.
Emergency departments across the Midlands have reported an upsurge in the number of people with fractures caused by the recent spell of severe weather.