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Busy mum-of-four Kate Curley, from Ballinrobe, joined her local Slimming World group following a health scare last year. She has since dropped a staggering 10 dress sizes. Here is her story.
This morning at 11am, a vastly changed Mayo County Council will meet for the first time since the election and the speculation that has been raging for almost two weeks now over who exactly will hold political sway in the county for the next five years will finally be put to bed.
A Ballinrobe man who carried out an unprovoked assault on a man who was visiting the town to take part in an angling competition pleaded guilty to assault causing harm in Castlebar District Court this Tuesday. Sean O’Connor, 8 Tower View, Ballinrobe was arrested at 4.35am on the night of August 5 2012 on Main Street, Ballinrobe following the assault. Superintendent Joe Doherty told the court that O’Connor came out of an alley way and launched an attack on one of two men who were walking down the street together.
On Tuesday second generation Ballinrobe retailer Rob Murphy presented to the Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, addressing the challenges town centres are facing due to restrictive parking regimes. Mr Murphy of Murphy’s Centra, Ballinrobe, spoke as part of a delegation from RGDATA, the representative association for independent family grocers.
Claremorris native Noel Joyce, who has lived in Mullingar for the past 15 years, set out on a long and arduous walk yesterday (Thursday) from Mullingar to Dublin in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin.
A 32-year-old industrial engineer from Ballinrobe was disqualified from driving for six years at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.
Three men appeared before Castlebar Circuit Court on Thursday in relation to stabbing incidents which took place in the early hours of August 16 in Ballinrobe.
A man who jumped out in front of a Garda car twice in a short period of time is facing a prison term as he is currently serving a suspended sentence from another court case.
The charge of drink driving against a Ballinrobe man was dismissed in Ballinrobe District Court last week by Judge Mary Devins after the prosecution failed to enter a medical certificate into evidence as to the reading of a urine sample taken from the accused.
A 26-years-old who was charged with a section two assault on a woman on New Year’s Day, after she fired a glass at the woman in a public bar, was sentenced to jail by Judge Mary Devins at Ballinrobe District Court this week.