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Róisín Dubh Art and Craft Market returns

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THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft Market returns this Saturday, featuring handmade arts and crafts from local artists and craftspeople.

Róisín Dubh Art and Craft Market

THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft Market returns this Saturday from 1pm to 6pm and will feature 24 stalls over two floors.

Róisín Dubh Art and Craft Market

THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft market returns this Saturday from 1pm to 6pm and will feature 24 stalls over two floors.

Róisín Dubh Art and Craft Market

THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft Market returns this Saturday from 1pm to 6pm and will feature 24 stalls over two floors.

Róisín Dubh Art and Craft Market

THE RÓISÍN Dubh Art and Craft Market returns this Saturday from 1pm to 6pm and will feature 24 stalls over two floors.

Learn how to enter the US market at IiBC interactive open day

The Innovation in Business Centre, Castlebar, will host an interactive open day on Wednesday June 5 on how to enter the US market. There will also be opportunities to talk to the local State enterprise support agencies, as well as sessions facilitated by IiBC clients focusing on attracting investment, setting up an online business, aquaculture, and reducing costs with lean solutions.

Mayo athlete nominated in the 2008 National Athletics Awards

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One of Mayo’s top young athletes is in with a chance of walking away with an award at next weekend’s Athletics Ireland National Athletics Awards. Pamela Hughes from Westport AC is nominated following her impressive performances this season. The second annual National Athletics Awards, which are in association with Waterford Crystal, will honour the best Irish athletes, clubs and coaches from across the country.

Hollymount road race attracts large turn out

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The low winter sun chased the shadows and raced across the fields around the village of Hollymount as the 44rd Annual Road Races took place on Sunday. Once again they were excellently organised by Sean Reilly and his team. It was an emotional day for him and his family as the local community and the racing community from near and far assembled in November sunshine to remember his brother Tom. Tom Reilly's widow Jill, and her daughter Siobhan unveiled a plaque set into the simple stone wall adjacent to the finishing line. It is inscribed 'In memory of Tom Reilly sportsman and scientist 1941-2009'. A chestnut tree was planted beside it by Tom's childhood friend, local man Paddy Connolly.

Colman's get it right at fourth time of asking

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St Colman's (Claremorris) 0-13

 

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