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Mayo man to take up top post in Defence Forces

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Castlebar native Rear Admiral Mark Mellett was announced this week as the new Chief of Staff of the Defence Forces.

Admiral Brown Promenade opened in Foxford

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny opened the Admiral Brown Promenade in Foxford on Saturday.

All sewn up as The Zip Yard raises over €10,000 for Irish Cancer Society

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The Zip Yard, Ireland’s leading clothing and alterations boutique is delighted to have raised over €10,000 in support of this year’s Paint it Pink campaign in association with the Irish Cancer Society.

Gathering the Mayo genes with National Geographic

On Sunday June 23 the people of Mayo will have an opportunity to explore their roots and to discover the diverse paths which successive waves of wanderers, migrants, invaders, and explorers have followed to reach their home here on the edge of the wild Atlantic.

Naval vessel LÉ Eithne to feature in In Humbert’s Footsteps

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The committee of In Humbert’s Footsteps, Mayo’s flagship Gathering event, have welcomed the announcement that the Irish navy’s flagship vessel, the LÉ Eithne, has been made available by Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence Alan Shatter to take part in the August festival.

Civic reception awarded to Commodore Mark Mellett

Castlebar Town Council this week awarded Commodore Mark Mellett a civic reception. Mellett, who is a native of Rathbawn Road, has risen to the rank of Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service, or as Mayor of Castlebar Cllr Ger Deere described him, “To you and me he’s the man in charge of the Irish Navy”.

Civic reception awarded to Commodore Mark Mellett

Castlebar Town Council this week awarded Commodore Mark Mellett a civic reception. Mellett, who is a native of Rathbawn Road, has risen to the rank of Flag Officer Commanding Naval Service, or as Mayor of Castlebar Cllr Ger Deere described him, “To you and me he’s the man in charge of the Irish Navy”.

Mayo Peace Park unveiling special commemorative plaque

This Sunday, May 29, at Mayo Peace Park, Castlebar, there will be an unveiling of a special plaque commemorating three Mayo soldiers by John Rabbette.

Golf results

Galway Golf Club: 18 hole singles v par (Saturday), Brian Quilty (13) Athlone 4up; John Molloy (17) 3up; Gross, Eddie McCormack (-2) -1 down; Mark Mellett (9) 3up; Tony Gill (15) 2up; Tom Neacy (20) 2up; Peter Coyne (12) 2up; Noel Corbett (9) Ballinronbe 2up. 18 hole singles stableford (Monday), Dara Coyne (14) 39; Michael Hennelly (4) 37; Gross, Paul Daly (3) 28; Jackie Carroll (16) 37; Patrick O’Toole (16) 35. Ladies open fourball 18 hole stableford, Therese Kennedy (12), Aine Binchy (16) 42; Una Grant (19), Michelle O’Sullivan (N West GC) 41; Ronnie Keenan (16), Jean Hughes (17) 41 ; Pat Dooley (22), Maeve O’Connor (23) 41; Raymonde Standun (18), Anne Joyce (21) 41.

 

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