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Calling all snappers with a passion for fashion

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If you have a passion for fashion photography, then this one might be for you.

Christmas millionaire claims prize

A delighted man from County Westmeath got the gift of a lifetime on Wednesday as he collected a cheque for a magnificent €1 million at National Lottery offices in Dublin.

TY students put local charms on the map

Students from Moate Community School and Convent of Mercy, Roscommon have been praised for their film entries in The Gathering Short Film Competition.

Final year student disqualified for driving with no insurance

A Lithuanian man who is in his final year studying in GMIT was disqualified from driving for a year and fined €600 for driving without insurance at Castlebar District Court this week.

Lucky Westmeath woman brings in the new year €250k richer

A lucky lady from Co Westmeath bought a Christmas Millionaire Raffle ticket last week and then watched the draw live on RTE One on New Year’s Eve to see her number pulled from the drum to win the €250,000 prize.

Mayo lotto ticket holder wins €100,000 in Millionaire Raffle

A lucky Mayo lotto player scooped one of only four €100,000 prizes in the New Year’s Eve National Lottery Millionaire Raffle.

Mayo participants sought for Dublin disability march to demand rights

Mayo people living with a disability and their families will march to Leinster House in Dublin from the Central Bank, College Green, on November 21 to say in one loud voice “We demand rights, not charity” and to call on the Government to implement disability promises made in the 2011 Programme for Government.

ÁIRC asks for support

ÁIRC is supporting the upcoming pre Budget rally that is being organised by the Disability Rights Coalition of Ireland which is being held in Dublin on November 21. If you want to join the rally, assemble at 2pm at Central Bank, College Green, Dublin 2, with a march to Leinster House.

Russian woman living in Mullingar “tricked” into handling stolen cash

A Russian woman who believed she was working as a financial agent for a legitimate company has been given a suspended sentence for handling stolen cash for them.

Successful day at Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard auctions last Friday

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“Sold!” was a word auctioneer James Heaslip MIPAV, of Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard became used to exclaiming throughout the auction rooms of the Imperial Hotel last Friday afternoon. Six of the seven properties included in the company’s autumn auctions sold by close of business. “We were delighted with the results on the day, as are our vendors and purchasers,” Heaslip said after the event. “We came to auction to sell the properties, and sell we did.”

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