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Mayo will be well represented at one of the biggest celebrations of Irish folk and trad music - TradFest Temple Bar, which kicks off on January 28 and continues until February 1.
A man who paid €30,000 compensation to a man whose nose he bit, has been given a two year suspended sentence at Mullingar Circuit Court for assault causing harm.
A former Meath county footballer charged with 26 offences in Moate, Kinnegad, Kells, and Ballyjamesduff was remanded on continuing bail until December 14 in the District Court this week (October 26) for a probation report after he was warned he could face up to two years in jail.
On Sunday August 14, all roads lead to Moynalty in Co Meath for the 36th Annual Steam Threshing Festival. Gates are open from 10am and the show continues from 12 noon until 6pm. Admission is €10 for adults and children under 12 are free. There is also acres of free parking on site.
Last weekend’s handball action saw Mayo club Ballaghaderreen take an historic sixth All Ireland 40 x 20 inter-club title in a row, defeating Ballydesmond, Co Cork, in the final. An icy Christmas led to huge fixture congestion, warranting both postponed semi-finals and final of the senior club championship be played on the same day. Ballaghaderreen accounted for the up-and-coming Kells, Co Kilkenny, in their semi-final. Ballydesmond came through a tight encounter with Carrickmore, Co Tyrone, to claim their final spot.
A new piece of sculpture which was commissioned by Westmeath County Council for the interior of the newly re developed Mullingar Town Park was installed this week.
From humble beginnings Door Depot, a 100 per cent Irish family owned business, has gone from strength to strength and will be celebrating its 12th birthday this year.
Judge Aeneas McCarthy has refused to deal with an assault on a man who will need camouflage make-up to hide his injuries.
The Door Depot will celebrate its first birthday in Galway tomorrow (Friday). As part of the Carroll group which has been in business for over 40 years, the company now employs in excess of 200 people nationwide, with locations in Dublin, Cork, Kells, Co Meath, Galway, Kilkenny, and Enniskillen.
The Wellstone Clinic which provides renal dialysis care to patients with kidney problems has received international accreditation for its patient care.