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Ballinrobe completes Pride of Place ‘cross-examination’

The town of Ballinrobe was put through its paces on Wednesday last, August 6, when judges in the prestigious Pride of Place awards scheme came to visit – and the local organisers declared themselves ‘very happy’ with how the adjudication went.

Shooting stars around the Mayo’s courses


IASE host breakfast briefing on ‘Managing for High Performance in Organisations’

IASE in association with the National Learning Network, Westmeath; EmployAbility, Roscommon; and ROWO, are hosting a free breakfast briefing on ‘Managing for High Performance in Organisations’ on Friday June 20 from 7.30-9.30am in Athlone Springs Hotel, Monksland.

Leinster Fleadh Cheoil fundraising concert in Moate

A host of top-class traditional Irish musicians, singers, dancers, and storytellers will perform at a fundraising concert for the 2014 Leinster Fleadh Cheoil on Thursday February 13 in the Tuar Ard Theatre, Moate starting at 8pm.

Kickboxing success

Six kickboxers from the Corrib Kickboxing Club in Claregalway, coached by Sean Cumiskey, were winners at the WKA Irish championships in Waterford at the weekend. Martin Murphy from Athenry enjoyed a unanimous victory, Claregalway local Liam O’Connell stopped his opponent in the first round, David Short finished his opponent 27 seconds into the first round, Dylan Delaney won by unanimous decision, and both Thomas O’Dwyer and Pavel Smal had non-contests. Jordan Connolly from Claregalway faced a tough and experienced fighter from Athlone who won the contest.

Dozy parkers to be targeted

As local schools return after the summer break, the Garda and Mayo County Council are embarking on a campaign of education and enforcement to reduce problems caused by inconsiderate parking near to school entrances.

Hole in ones hit in a number of clubs last weekend


Ballinderreen enjoy healthy 2012

Ballinderreen Juvenile Hurling Club may not have won much silverware this season, but at the end of 2012 the club remains in a healthy position, according to chairman Martin Murphy.

Ashe Road, sixty years

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An important stage in Galway’s housing drive was reached in 1952 when the Minister for Local Government, Mr P Smith, opened three housing schemes comprising 142 new houses, 12 at Ballybrit, 30 in the Claddagh, and 100 in Shantalla.

Play in Kilmaine

A three act comedy, It’s the Real McCoy, written and directed by Tommy Marren, will be staged in Kilmaine Community Centre on Thursday September 20 at 8pm.


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