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A realistic imitation firearm, which a man was using to shoot bottles on the green area of a Castlebar estate last March, has been forfeited to the State for destruction.
A 49-year-old woman came before Castlebar District Court this week accused of making a hoax bomb warning about a device ‘primed and ready to go off’ at Downing Street around the time of Margaret Thatcher’s death in April 2013.
Illustrator Alan Nolan and visually impaired artist Padraig Naughton have teamed up with Sightsavers Ireland to call on primary school students across Mayo to let their inner artists loose and get their paintings ready for the sixth annual Junior Painter of the Year Awards, reminding them that the closing date is only weeks away, January 16 2015.
Burgess of Athlone’s post-Christmas sale promises to be an event not to be missed offering exceptional value across the department store’s wide range of quality brands. The sale will begin on December 27 at 1pm with discounts across women’s wear labels including Gerry Weber, Betty Barclay, Libra, Darling, Planet and Précis; menswear labels Gant, Fred Perry, and Tommy Bowe footwear; homeware brands Stellar, Judge, and Denby; and children’s wear labels Blue Seven, Joules, and Mayoral.
It took just two games and two rounds of extra time for the gladiators from Claremorris and Ballina Stephenites in the Mayo GAA u21 final. On Sunday afternoon, it was the men from south Mayo who emerged victorious and claimed their first A championship at this grade.
A Mayo father of two who tried to rob four premises in the one day, by handing staff a note telling them it was a raid, has received a four year sentence with the final 12 months suspended.
Singer and former Voice of Ireland judge Sharon Corr has called on local shoppers to support the Oxfam shop in Castlebar by buying ‘gifts that give back’ this Christmas.
Exactly one year to the day after Owen Maughan was gunned down in broad daylight at the Top Oil filling station at Moneen, Castlebar, Superintendent Pat Diskin issued a renewed appeal for any information which might assist in the murder investigation.
Judge Mary Devins is to decide today (Friday) what to do with a man who used a hammer to smash the windows of a Ballina butcher shop in the small hours of March 23 last, causing almost €4,000 worth of damage.
An opportunistic thief who was foiled by his fondness for selfies came before Ballina District Court this week.