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Charlestown notes

The next meeting of the widows’ group will be held on Monday November 14 at 7pm in the Mayo North East office, Charlestown. For more information contact 094 925 5070.

Tunes in the Church

Tunes in the Church will happen every Tuesday and Thursday at 8pm during the summer at the Holy Trinity Church, Westport.

ICA in Castlebar celebrates 60 years

Members of the Castlebar ICA (Irish Country Women’s Association) guild met for a celebratory dinner at the Welcome Inn hotel earlier this month to mark 60 years on the go.

Galway A&E to be under the spotlight at national forum here next month

University Hospital Galway’s emergency department - which continues to hit the headlines due to overcrowding problems - will be put under the spotlight next month when a national A&E forum will be held in Galway to examine ways to improves its service.

Dinosaur Jr to play Galway in May

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DINOSAUR JR, the definitive US alternative rock band, will be making their third journey to Galway to play a ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concert at The Black Box Theatre on Monday May 10.

Mulranny Utd

The Mulranny United annual dinner dance will be held in Nevins tonight (Friday February 19) at 8pm.

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and relax at Orchard House

The Orchard House pub and restaurant has become Kilkenny’s latest hotspot. The pub opened its doors on December 6, 2009 and since then people have flocked to the Kilkenny’e newest ‘local’ at New Orchard in the eastern environs.

Meeting Ted —A memory of the late Edward Kennedy

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In the beginning of July 1974 there was excitement in Galway as it was known that Senator Edward ‘Ted’ Kennedy was staying nearby with friends. It was all very hush hush as the senator was on a private holiday with his son Teddy Jr, who had recently undergone a serious leg operation for cancer. Everyone was trying to be kind and leave them alone. However, the Advertiser office kept getting calls from national and British newspapers asking where the senator was, and had we got a photograph of him with the boy?

Ballina man kicked neighbour in street

A 67-year-old retired man who kicked his neighbour in the leg in Ballina town was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday for an assault charge.

Judge finds evidence of husband and wife ‘self serving and in no way believable’

Judge Mary Devins adjourned sentencing until April 13, 2010 on a Ballina man who she found guilty of assaulting another man with a spade as he tried to dig the foundations out for a new house.

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