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The best of Ireland, including major events like the Galway Races, is currently being showcased to a group of 30 of Silicon Valley experts and innovators who will also be meeting with Udara Na Gaeltachta to discuss finance and business opportunities in the west.
A husband and wife were before Castlebar District Court this week following the theft of a fishing rod from a car, which was obtained by smashing the car’s window as it was parked beside Beltra Lake, Glenisland — a well-known fishing spot. Judge Mary Devins said that such “thuggery” was “destroying tourism” in Mayo.
“A short walk on the gravelled path and I was before the man I had come to see. There was a great peace about him as he sat there, leg crossed upon leg, hat rakish on his head, mute in the sculptured dignity of stone. Ever since I had learned the Gaelic, I had loved him, this strange man of dreams whose friends were the birds and the furry people of the wood, the wind and the small white stars.
A Castlebar man was acquitted of assaulting his first cousin at Castlebar District Court this week. Charlie McDonagh of 37 Meadow Park, Castlebar, was tried for assaulting his first cousin Bernie McDonagh on July 20 2010 in Cois Abhainn, Castlebar.
Members of two families have been ordered not to engage in feuding after they appeared before Mullingar District Court yesterday (Thursday).
More than 300 delegates from around the world flocked to Galway recently for the SEGH 2010 conference, a six-day event which not only provides a forum for the sharing of knowledge and research but has also proven to be of major benefit to the local economy.
A Castlebar woman was banned from driving for six months and convicted and fined €300 by Judge Mary Devins in Castlebar District Court this week for parking her car in the middle of the street. Kathleen McDonagh, 35 Cois Abhainn, Castlebar was not in court but was represented by a solicitor.