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Mayo has low claim rate

Mayo has one of the lowest personal injury claim rates in the country, according to the latest figures released by the Injuries Board.

Fears that IWAK report being long-fingered as Shannon merger looms

Fears have been expressed that the proposed report into the future of Ireland West Airport Knock are being long-fingered while development plans for Shannon Airport move ahead.

New Stagecoach school arrives in Mayo

Stagecoach, the world's largest part-time theatre school network for children, this year celebrates its 25th anniversary— a clear indication of its popularity in Ireland with seven successful centres in Dublin, Belfast, Galway, and Clare, training children in professional dance, drama, and singing classes each Saturday. The eighth and latest will open on Saturday September 21 at the Sacred Heart School, Westport.

Hurlers fail to raise a gallop in championship

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After last year’s Leinster final success and an All-Ireland final appearance, Galway hurling supporters were hopeful that 2013 would be a positive year at senior level for the county.

Compántas Lir brings powerful west of Ireland play to An Taibhdhearc en route to All Ireland Drama finals

The award winning production of The Way You Look Tonight by local drama group Compántas Lir will be staged over three nights at An Taibhdhearc in two weeks time.

Kilkenny woman wins on Lotto TV show

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A Kilkenny woman was the big winner on last week’s Big Money Game. The winning ticket was bought in Rath's Foodmarket, Pollerton Road, Co Carlow.

Galway minors take on Clare in Croke Park on Sunday

The Galway minor hurlers head to Croke Park this Sunday to take on Clare in the All-Ireland semi-final at 1.30pm. Mattie Murphy’s charges had a facile win over Antrim in the quarter-final, winning on a score-line of 8-26 to 0-12, and they know that next Sunday will be a giant step up in intensity and standard.

Enter your favourite photo from the west in WDC competition

The Western Development Commission (WDC) has launched the LookWest.ie My Summer photo competition. The competition, running during July and August, invites people to capture their favourite west of Ireland summer moments and be in with a chance to win the top prize worth €1,500. Photos can be of a great memory, the fun and excitement of attending one of the region’s many festivals or just a lazy, relaxing day that captures the appeal of the West of Ireland. Entry is free, and photos can be uploaded through the competition link on www.lookwest.ie or on the LookWest.ie Facebook page.

Galway Early Music Festival exhibition

MAGO MUSICAE, a new exhibition of contemporary artwork inspired by mediaeval music will take place next week as part of the Galway Early Music Festival.

Cúirt Over The Edge Showcase Reading

THE 2011 Cúirt Over The Edge reading, a major showcase for emerging writers, takes place in the Druid Lane Theatre on Wednesday at 3.30pm.

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