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Spring Leagues and open competitions bring out the crowds

By Colm Gannon

Two Mayo pubs take top honours at national Bar of the Year awards

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It was cheers all round for two Mayo pubs at the Bar of the Year awards on Tuesday night in Dublin.

Fine Gael to roll out big guns again to ensure continuance of second seat

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will make a second trip to Mullingar this week on Monday (May 5) in an effort to shore up support for his party’s preferred by-election candidate - Cllr Gabrielle McFadden from Athlone.

Gabrielle’s Dáil push gets leg up from Taoiseach

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is due to attend his party’s by-election convention on Monday, May 5 to secure Cllr Gabrielle McFadden’s candidacy.

Longford-Westmeath by-election expected to be called for May 23

The race to fill the late Nicky McFadden’s Dáil seat will begin in earnest on Wednesday (April 30) when the Government is expected to call a by-election for May 23 to elect the 40th TD to represent the Longford-Westmeath constituency.

Longford-Westmeath by-election expected to be called for May 23

The race to fill the late Nicky McFadden’s Dáil seat will begin in earnest on Wednesday (April 30) when the Government is expected to call a by-election for May 23 to elect the 40th TD to represent the Longford-Westmeath constituency.

Political activist gets extended ban for driving whilst disqualified

A man was banned from driving for four years this week (April 16), after he was found guilty of driving whilst already disqualified.

Memorial stone unveiled to mark fiftieth anniversary of Achill’s Eva O’Flaherty

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More than 50 hardy souls gathered in Donaghpatrick graveyard in Caherlistrane last week (April 17) to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Achill’s Eva O’Flaherty, born just across the fields from her final resting place in Lisdonagh House in 1874.

Protesters locked out of public gallery at town council meeting

This month’s Athlone Town Council meeting saw the public gallery locked and no members of the public allowed in as protesters from Athlone’s newest political party the People’s Voice returned to make their presence felt.

Council chamber invaded by anti-austerity hecklers

Athlone Town Council became the latest municipal body to be disrupted by anti-austerity protestors when approximately 30 of them waited in the public gallery for nearly an hour before interrupting the monthly meeting.

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