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€3m settlement for Mayo woman

The High Court has approved a settlement of €3 million to a 27-year-old Mayo woman who has cerebral palsy due to injuries sustained at birth at Mayo General Hospital.

Gardaí renew appeal for missing Sandra Collins

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Gardaí in Ballina have renewed their appeal for information regarding Sandra Collins who has been missing from Killala, Co Mayo, since December 2000.

Cycle along Mayo coast

On Monday March 28 Stephen Mullaly, a volunteer Irish Coast Guard who is undertaking a 1,000 mile charity cycle around Ireland, will cycle along the Mayo coast calling into the Irish Coast Guard stations in Killala, Bunbeg and Achill along the way.

Munnelly hits out at Killala vandals

Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly hit out at vandals who caused damage to the town park in Killala. Cllr Munnelly was speaking at the monthly meeting of the Ballina Electoral Area committee which was held in the new Ballina Arts Centre.

People on premises after hours were waiting for a taxi

The licensee of a premises in Killala was convicted and fined €300 at Ballina District Court this week after five people were in his pub at 1.45am.

Mayo stores honoured for XLence at national awards

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XL stores in Mayo have been recognised for achieving high standards in retailing at the annual Store of the Year Awards, held recently at the Castleknock Hotel and Country Club in Dublin and hosted by comedian Alan Shortt.

Appeal and reward offered for help in ten year search for Killala woman

Crimestoppers and the Garda have launched a joint appeal for information on the disappearance of Killala woman Sandra Collins following her 10 anniversary this week as a missing person since December 4 2000.

Perspectives 5 on show in Ballina Arts Centre

The fifth annual Perspectives exhibition, showcasing the work of locally-based artists, will run in the gallery for the month of December. All the artists featured are from the north Mayo area, especially Ballina, Killala, and as far afield as Enniscrone. This is a great opportunity to experience the talent and support the work of Mayo artists and possibly pick up a Christmas present. Perspectives 5 is sponsored by Ballina Beverages. Admission to the exhibition is free and runs until December 23.

Birdwatch trip

Jamie Durrant from Birdwatch Ireland will give a talk on beginning birdwatching and the Garden Bird Survey starting at 7.30pm at GMIT Castlebar on Wednesday December 8.

Preparing for Work course

The Mayo North Leader Partnership Co in conjunction with Killala Community Centre will run a Preparing for Work programme on Monday November 8.


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