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There might be a lot of festive favourites missing this Christmas season — the traditional family get togethers, the crowds at Midnight Mass, the dressing up in your finest green and red for mulled wine and mince pies, the family row over Mrs Brown's Christmas Special, but let ye not fret, because one of the old reliables is back again for another lash at your Christmas palate.
Pearl Beauty opened its doors on Ballina Street, Crossmolina, last month. After travelling around Australia and America, Pearl Beauty's proprietor, Victoria Coyle, came home and completed her beauty training in Castlebar.
Connacht head to Wales on Saturday intent on backing up last weekend's solid performance with a win over an always-tricky Cardiff Blues.
Over the years in this game, there has been many a fanciful idea that has been mooted and gave us all great headlines, but which ultimately come to nought. There was the much vaunted Corrib bridge from Knockferry to Kilbeg that would have diverted thousands of cars daily from near Headford to Connemara without ever bringing them into the city.
Having celebrated the centenary of the first ever trans-Atlantic flight last year, Clifden will tomorrow (Friday) welcome back the pioneering pilots behind that feat, Alcock and Brown. And this time it’s forever.
At Casey’s Expert Hardware you will find everything you need to finish your home - from flooring to furniture, rugs to lighting and everything in between.
At Casey’s Expert Hardware you will find everything you need to finish your home this Christmas - from flooring to furniture, rugs to lighting and everything in between.
The High Sheriff of Mayo was the British Crown’s representative in the county from the post’s creation in 1583 until the establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922. In a country where ownership of land carried huge prestige, the landed had to protect what they held by securing positions of power. So it was in County Mayo that the dominant families of Browne, Bingham and Gore isolated the role of High Sheriff largely for themselves up until the 19th century at least, from which time family names such as O’Donel, Knox, Blake and others appear in the records as holders of the office.