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Woman ordered to pay double the price of items she stole

A Castlebar woman with a number of previous convictions was ordered to pay a shop owner €15 after she pleaded guilty to theft from his premises. The court was told that on February 15 2011 Winifred Reilly entered the Emo filling station in Kilkelly, Co Mayo, where she stole two sandwiches and a orange drink to the value of €7.88. The owner of the shop when he looked at the CCTV saw Reilly commit the theft.

Thefts of diesel and home heating oil on the rise, Ballyhaunis court hears

Garda Inspector Joe Doherty this week made an application in Ballyhaunis District Court for the forfeiture of a van used in an attempted diesel theft and for the disqualification from driving of a man who pleaded guilty to the charge. Judge Mary Devins adjourned the sentencing on the issue until April 5 while she considered the applications.

Cappa Ensemble live in the Linenhall next Monday

The Cappa Ensemble brings its dazzling artistry to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar for a wonderful classical concert on Monday November 8 at 8pm. Named after the celebrated 17th century Italian violin-maker Gioffredo Cappa, this exciting young chamber ensemble has quickly established itself as a quartet of outstanding artistry, touring extensively in Australasia and Japan as well as throughout the UK. Winner of Music Network’s Young Musicwide competition in 2009, the quartet boasts a line-up of top performers in their own right: Michael McHale (piano); cellist Brian O’Kane; violinist Bartosz Woroch; and violist Adam Newman. An exciting night in prospect, with a programme of music by Mozart, Walton, Schumann and contemporary Irish composer Elaine Agnew. Part of a Music Network tour.

Varied line up of events at Ballina Arts Centre

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Louis le Brocquy exhibition for Ballina Arts Centre is delighted to present this exhibition of work by Louis le Brocquy selected works from the Niland Collection, on loan from The Model Arts and Niland Gallery, Sligo. This exhibition consists of a number of the lithograph brush drawings le Brocquy created as illustrations to Thomas Kinsella’s 1969 translation of the Irish legend, the Táin Bó Cuailgne (The Cattle Raid of Cooley), published by Dolmen Press.

Autumn season rolls along at Ballina Arts Centre

Ballina Film Club’s autumn programme

Convictions for men who attempted to steal diesel

Two men who pleaded guilty to attempting to steal diesel from a farmyard were both convicted and fined at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Six months for man who stole and crashed cars

A Kilkelly man was sent to prison for six months this week for stealing three cars, two of which were involved in an incident — a 14-year-old boy was driving one of the cars.


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