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Drunk and abusive man to make charity payment

A Knockmore man may avoid a conviction for his drunken behaviour if he makes a €200 payment to the local hospice by February 10.

Captain’s prize up for grabs in Balla this weekend

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Manchester Irish Festival and Minister Ring to receive Diaspora awards

The Manchester Irish Festival committee and the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, are among the recipients of the 2012 Irish Diaspora Mayo Awards.

Support Rehab services in Mayo

It is all about doing something colourful this year on 1 Day for Rehab and leading the way are Polly and Dolly, the two 1 Day for Rehab motors that are travelling the country looking for your signature. 1 Day for Rehab is sponsored by Covidien, a leading global provider of healthcare products. The Polly mobile will be cruising into Westport and Castlebar from May 31 to June 2. Children and grown-ups will have the opportunity to show their support for people with disabilities, and others who are marginalised, by signing the car and making a donation of just €2 to support local Rehab services in Mayo.

Breaffy GAA lotto

Week ending: December 18

Emigrants Light of Hope lit in Balla

Balla No Name Club held the lighting ceremony of their Emigrants’ Light of Hope on Tuesday November 15 in the youth centre in Balla.

Masters meet for a good cause

A unique occasion will take place in Milebush Park on Saturday at 2.30pm when the Mayo Soccer Masters take on the Mayo GAA Masters for the Tony McHugh Memorial Cup. The Tony McHugh Memorial Cup is being presented by the Mayo Emigrants Liaison Committee, in appreciation for all the work that he did during his short life for numerous organisations, along with Kevin Bourke from Rehab and Joe O’Dea, manager of the Welcome Inn Hotel. Tony ran monthly dances for Irish people in London, so they had a contact place to meet other Irish emigrants, and in many cases acquired work. It is reckoned that Tony got hundreds of people jobs during the last recession.

Knockmore man spotted driving an off-road bike

A 23-year-old Knockmore man who was observed driving an uninsured, off-road motorbike, with no registration plates, on a public road while not wearing a helmet, was convicted and fined at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.

Cannabis found on Castlebar man

A 20-year-old Castlebar man who was found in possession of cannabis was before Castlebar District Court this week.


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