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An Irish contingent will climb Africa’s highest peak and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, in order to raise funds for Goal’s Horn of Africa Crisis Response and Cementing Communities, a non-profit organisation established with the aim of empowering communities in the developing world.
Seapoint Ballroom was officially opened at 10pm on July 17 1949 by Joe Costelloe, Mayor of Galway. Noel Finan bought the site from Jim and Mary Cremin, who were brother and sister. They ran a famous seawater baths there, a kind of health spa of its day. At the time Salthill was a small village with a few hotels, B&Bs, and shops. It also had the Hangar which was run by John Allen, but it closed down in Race Week when dancing moved into a marquee in Eyre Square. At the time it was 1s 6d into the Hangar for women and 1s 9d for men.
A woman in her 30s dragged another woman to the ground in Supermac’s due to an ongoing family feud.
Two women who parked in disabled car parking spaces in Castlebar were both disqualified from driving for one year at Castlebar District Court this week.
Four convictions were recorded in Claremorris District Court this week for illegal dumping at a site in Claremorris which cost Mayo County Council over €10,000 to clean up. One person pleaded guilty to the charges in court, while one other person was convicted in her absence and two others who pleaded not guilty were also convicted by Judge Mary Devins.