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Foxhall to host weekend of activities to raise funds for Hospice

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A local committee, based at Tierney’s Foxhall, will host a major fund-raising effort in aid of Galway and Mayo Hospice Services culminating in an Easter weekend packed with events. Over the last few weeks the dedicated volunteers of the committee have been selling tickets and raising sponsorship.

Crash site junction putting schoolchildren’s lives at risk

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Claremorris based councillor, Tom Connolly, said he is dreading the day he wakes up to news of a road traffic fatality involving schoolchildren at a dangerous junction outside a Gaelscoil just off the N17 at Lochan na mBan.

Mayo physiotherapist part of Ireland backroom team for European championships

Paula O’Neill, chartered physiotherapist and owner of both the Ballinrobe Physiotherapy Clinic and Ballindine Physiotherapy Clinic, will be providing intensive physiotherapy for the Irish men’s basketball team for pre-existing and possible injuries as they embark in an intensive challenge to play a minimum of four teams in the European Basketball Championships, which take place at the end of the month in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Busy midweek of racing around Mayo

There was a brilliant turnout at Brickens on Tuesday for the second running of their 5k which was the fourth race in Mayo AC Summer series.

Where has the time gone?

World Cup fever is well and truly upon us with games coming thick and fast and most of us struggling to keep the lids open for the late starts every night. Mayo football and the World Cup is something I relate to from my memories as a Mayo footballer. I made my championship debut for Mayo all the way back in 1994, the World Cup was on in the USA the same year. It is hard to believe 20 years could go by so fast. Mayo football was taking a bit of a bashing then on the back of Mayo’s humiliating defeat to Cork in the All-Ireland semi final by all of 20 points in 1993. As a new kid on the block I did not care about the World Cup, and I was oblivious to the thrashing I am sure Mayo football was taking from the entire country, because I had achieved a goal I set myself as a 16-year-old who failed to make a Mayo u16 team for the Ted Webb Cup. When I arrived home from Mayo u16 training in 1990 to tell my parents I had been dropped from the panel because I simply was not good enough I swore to them that day I would play for the Mayo senior team before I was 20.

Mayo AC 5K series goes to the gun on Tuesday

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The fifth annual Mayo AC Summer 5k Series sponsored by C&C Cellular

Mother accepts payment for childrens’ car crash injuries

A young boy who had to give up his horse riding hobby after he sustained injuries in a car accident on the N17 two years ago has been awarded damages of €10,882.

Large selection of properties at upcoming auction

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The Connacht Property Auction will take place on March 26 in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, and the auction firm has confirmed strong interst in the lots on offer.

SPAR Ballindine wins national retail award

SPAR Ballindine has scooped silver in the national award for Stores Less than 2,000 sq ft at the 2013 shelf life C-Store Awards held in Dublin recently, setting it apart from hundreds of local convenience store entrants across Ireland.

Investigation into farm death

Gardai and the Health and Safety Authority are to carry out a investigation into a farming accident that claimed the life of a man in his mid-40s in Ballindine on Wednesday night.

 

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