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Farmer who dug up river bed during spawning season in court

A sheep and cattle farmer, who dug up 300 metres of the Srahnalong river bed, which runs through his land, was before Ballinrobe District Court sitting in Castlebar last week, as the farmer carried out these works during a protected spawning season.

Lough Mask charity swim

For the past six weeks a group of 15 or so swimmers from around south Mayo have been in serious training with the aim to be the first swimmers to swim the width of Lough Mask. The eight kilometres from Cushlough Bay Near Ballinrobe to Paddy’s Bar, Cappaduff, Tourmakeady, is the goal.

Two arrested in Galway following night of violence in Ballinrobe left four injured

Two men have been arrested in Galway following a series of attacks in Ballinrobe at the weekend.

Three men appear in court over vicious Ballinrobe assaults

Two brothers and their cousin have appeared in court charged in connection with a Garda investigation into two assaults in Ballinrobe during which one man received serious head injuries and is being treated in Beaumont Hospital and two others were stabbed in the neck.

Ballinrobe bypass route adopted in principle

A preferred route for the N84 Ballinrobe bypass has been adopted in principle by the elected members of the Claremorris electoral area committee and will go before the full council for adoption in October.

New junior league season kicks off

With the summer over it’s time to get back to the cut and thrust of the action on the rugby paddocks across the province as the Connacht Junior League crashes back into action. With four Mayo based clubs and Corrib crossing into south Mayo, there will be plenty of interest around the county as the season progressed. While the defending champions Corinthians and Monivea will be the favourites to pick up the title at the end of the season, that won’t deter the Mayo sides launching a bid for the title, while getting a place inside the top four exclusive junior clubs will be the initial aim for most of the Mayo sides with that place in the All Ireland Junior Cup up for grabs.

End-of-summer family special for Ballinrobe Races

After two weather-enforced postponements earlier this year, Ballinrobe Races will come bouncing back next weekend with a special two-day meeting — and Sunday is set to be extra special with a bumper Family Day package and even a big screen to watch the All-Ireland minor and senior football finals.

Mayo clubs look to put bad weekend behind them

The four Mayo clubs in the Connacht Junior League 1A all had a bad weekend last time out with Castlebar, Westport, Ballina, and Ballinrobe all going down in round two of the league. Bottom of the table Ballinrobe shipped a 39 point defeat at the hands of table toppers Sligo to leave them rooted to the floor of the table, with Oísin Gill the only man to get a score for Ballinrobe in a 42-3 loss. It was always going to be tough for Ballinrobe this year to make the step up to the top flight. They did manage to get a bonus point in their first game away to OLBC, but last weekend’s hammering at the hands of Sligo could put a serious dent in their title credentials. They do have a shot at redemption this weekend when they make the short trip to Carrowholly where they face the Bulls of Westport. But it will be another tough ask and a losing bonus point is all that they really could hope for.

Education, health, and social work main employment sectors in Castlebar

A new report from the Western Development Commission which analyses previously unreleased Census data to present an in-depth study of travel to work patterns in Castlebar and the surrounding areas, has come up with some findings that those working in the Castlebar area commute more than the State average; that women account for the highest proportion of those employed in Castlebar town, and that education, health, and social work are the main sectors in which people are employed in the Castlebar catchment area.

Ballinrobe man had children unrestrained in car

A man who had his children unrestrained in the back of his car was convicted and fined €500 at Ballinrobe District Court last week, with Judge Mary Devins telling the defendant: “I sincerely hope that you learnt your lesson.”


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