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Walk in aid of Cancer Care West

Two sisters – Leona and Sinéad - from Killala, are organising a 125k walk from Killala to Inis Aoibhinn in Galway City in aid of Cancer Care West in memory of their mum Irene.

Mayo girls go for glory

Today, Friday June 29 the Mayo under 16 girls squad will arrive at the University of Limerick to take part in the 2012 Gaynor Cup. The journey began way back in October 2011 when open trails were held and the best talent from around county arrived in Milebush Park to show what they could do. An initial squad of 30 girls were chosen and they competed in games against Clare winning 9–0, Ballina Town u18 girls losing 2–1 and a Connacht selection winning 3-1. After this they headed to Sligo and came out on top 3–1. Then finishing up the preparation was a double-header playing Galway and Sligo winning 2–1 and 2–0 respectively.

Long lost links with north Mayo musical family restored

A discovery of great historical significance to the Ballina region has been unearthed following intensive world-wide research which has revealed the extraordinary musical talents of the Wallace family, who went on to entertain people throughout the world in the mid 19th century.

Munnelly welcomes slip way funding

Killala Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly welcomed the allocation of €112,500 to re-develop Kilcummin slipway in Carrowmore-Lacken. The allocation from the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Simon Coveney will allow the construction of a new slipway and turning area, as well as the repair of the storm wall which collapsed over the winter.

Ballina man stole wine on Good Friday

A man who stole two bottles of Wally’s Hut Chardonnay from a Centra shop in Killala on Good Friday was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday.

Missing Killala woman case to feature on TV

The case of missing Killala native Sandra Collins is to feature on the Vanished Mothers series on TV3 on Wednesday next when her family will appeal once more for any information people may have regarding her disappearance.

BreastCheck encouraging women to visit Ballina unit

BreastCheck, the national breast screening programme, is encouraging women aged 50 to 64 to avail of their invitation to attend for their free breast mammogram in the BreastCheck mobile digital screening unit located in the grounds of the Cathedral Car Park, Ballina.

Music session in Ballina

Man arrested in relation to Sandra Collins murder

Gardaí investigating the disappearance of Sandra Collins in the Killala area of Mayo in December 2000 have arrested a male in his 40’s this morning (December 20) in the Ballina area.

Brighter Killala this Christmas

Mayo Renewable Power Ltd, a new company set up in the local Business Park, has stepped in and upgraded the Christmas lights, which were switched on this week.


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