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The father of Sara Staunton, the 28-year-old mother who was killed in her home in Mayo Abbey in December 2013, said his daughter told him on the morning of her death that she wanted to turn her life around.
Twenty-three-year-old Ray Gralton has been sentenced to 10 years in prison, with the final two suspended, for killing mother of two Sara Staunton at her home in Mayo Abbey in December 2013.
A large number of community buildings, local authority premises, homes and sports facilities in Mayo have been approved for funding under the 2014 Better Energy Communities and Area Projects 2014. A total of €700,000 has been allocated to projects in Mayo by the Energy Authority of Ireland for these projects which will be carried out on buildings in Ballina, Erris, Castlebar, Mayo Abbey and Ballycastle.
The Connacht Property Auction will take place on March 26 in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, and the auction firm has confirmed strong interest in the lots on offer. The auction will offer a large selection of properties from around the province including residential homes and investments, commercial properties, and agricultural holdings. There are 23 realistically priced lots on offer with the majority expected to sell at the auction.
Gardai in Mayo were this week investigating two murders in the county that have occurred in the past six days. These murders bring the total number of murders in the county up to six for the past six months.
The man charged with the murder of Sara Staunton is to appear before Harristown Court in Castlerea this morning (Friday) at 10.30am.
A 22-year-old man has been charged with the murder of mother-of-two Sara Staunton.
Ballyglass Heritage Club annual Autojumble and Auction on Sunday March 24 at Malone's Ballyglass from 11am.
Fine Gael member of Mayo County Council, Cllr Tom Connolly, has welcomed the news that €500,000 has been sanctioned by the Minister for the Environment, Mr Phil Hogan TD, towards the development of the Mayo Abbey Sewerage Scheme.
At last week’s Mayo County Council meeting the issue of Mayo Abbey proposed new sewage scheme was discussed in accordance with part 8 of the Local Government (Planning and Development) Regulations 2001. This followed submissions received from Inland Fisheries Ireland.