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Wild West shoot-out expected in West Mayo

There’s no area in Mayo that can be easily called as to where the seats will be divided out in next week’s local elections, but the new West Mayo area is probably the hardest. The re-drawing of the boundaries last year has seen the old Westport and Belmullet areas thrown together into one giant swathe of land that stretches right from the northern tip of the county right down the west coast to the Galway border. Currently there are eight councillors sitting in the two areas and this time out there are only seven seats up for grabs in the new giant district.

Who is running in Elections 2014

Nominations for the Local Elections on May 23 closed on Saturday.

Mullingar Arts Centre revue aims at lifting mental health stigma

The appropriately-named Box of Frogs is to play in the Mullingar Arts Centre at the end of this month as part of a newly launched national campaign to reduce the stigma around discussing mental health.

Comedy theatre at The Linenhall

Television actress and stand-up comedian Sonya Kelly (a regular on RTÉ’s “Savage Eye”) delivers a hilarious and poignant one-woman show, Wheelchair On My Face at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday April 18 at 8pm.

From treading the boards to letting in the light

Having been the recipient of several acting awards over the years, well-known Westmeath actress Mary McEvoy is delighted to have been nominated for her first book award for her memoirs How the Light gets in, published earlier this year.

Frank McGuinness’ Baglady at Town Hall

BAGLADY IS a rarely performed play from one of Ireland’s leading playwrights, Frank McGuinness. It has not been seen on an Irish stage for 25 years but its story is as relevant now as when it was first written.

Ahascragh return to senior camogie ranks

Ahascragh-Caltra have won the Galway Intermediate Camogie Championship after beating Mountbellew-Moylough in the county final recently.

Camogie champs

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Ahascragh-Caltra intermediate camogie team won the Connacht Intermediate Championship final on Sunday, beating Four Roads of Roscommon, by 0-10 to 1-5. The game went to extra time after the sides finished level 0-8 to 1-5.


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