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€235,200 from National Lottery grants for Mayo

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has welcomed the announcement of funding awards totalling €235,200 for six organisations in Mayo.

Star studded charity game called off

A charity game featuring a number of legendary GAA figures that was due to take place in Knockmore on Saturday evening had to be called off on short notice yesterday.

Six year disqualification for Crossmolina farmer

A farmer who drove drunk while he was attending his land was disqualified from driving for six years at this week’s sitting of Ballina District Court.

Farmer not to drive until his case comes back before court

A farmer who drove drunk as he was attending his land gave an undertaking at Ballina District Court this week that he would not drive again until his adjourned court date.

Man had €1,500 worth of drugs in his home

A 24-year-old man from Balla who bought methylethcathinone (MEC) over the internet told Castlebar District Court this week that he became addicted to the “feeling of euphoria” but now wants help to deal with his drug problem.

Hope House golf classic fundraiser

A golf classic in aid of Hope House will take place on Saturday June 9 and Sunday June 10 at Strokestown Golf Club, with all proceeds going towards the Foxford-based addiction rehabilitation centre.

Man thought cannabis would help him stay sober

A 26-year-old was found in possession of cannabis after the car in which he was a passenger was stopped by a garda.

Bonniconlon man had over €6k worth of drugs stashed in hay shed

A 21-year-old who stashed drugs in a hay shed on his family farm was before Ballina District Court this week for the possession of cannabis and also for the sale and supply of the drug.

Addressing the issue of alcohol in Mayo

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Recent findings have revealed that Mayo has the highest number of alcohol related deaths in the country, a startling, bleak figure, which shows the misuse of alcohol in the county and the need to address our society’s issue with alcohol. Locally, support and leadership is needed to make this happen and through the work of the Western Region Drugs Task Force, via their community liaison worker, help and advice is at hand.

Woman ordered to pay €75 to charity for public order incident

A woman who was found kicking at a door of a house and then lunged at the occupant of the house when the door was opened was ordered to pay €75 to Hope House by July 19 and she will be given the benefit of the Probation Act, at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

 

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