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New Monaghan Skoda showroom

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Canonisation thanksgiving Mass at Ballybrit on Sunday

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The man described as the ‘most important person ever to visit Ballybrit Racecourse’ will be remembered with fondness there on Sunday at a special thanksgiving Mass at noon.

Mullingar Motor Auction celebrates 25 years of success

Mullingar Motor Auction, Mullingar Business Park (beside Red Earth) is one of the longest running car auctions in the country. Taking place at 7.30pm every Monday night (except bank holidays) in Mullingar, the auction gathers people who are interested in buying and selling cars from across the country.

Ballinasloe psychiatric hospital gets a facelift

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A ward at St Brigid’s Hospital in Ballinasloe has been upgraded at a cost of half a million euro. The project involved the upgrading of bedrooms and en suite facilities, the provision of additional bathrooms and decorating of the main ward area together with the purchase of new furniture and equipment for patients.

Menlo gets last chance to say goodbye before diggers move in on school

Teachers, parents and past pupils of Scoil Bhride will have a last chance to walk the corridors, sit in their desks and take phoptographs in their school next week, before the school is demolished and replaced by a brand new building.

17 months in jail for serial thief

A judge took a leaf from his predecessor’s book on sentencing addicts when he jailed a serial thief for 17 months this week (November 21).

‘Bully boy’ runs ‘riot’ in A&E

A man who, when intoxicated, was threatening and abusive in Accident and Emergency at Mayo General Hospital was sentenced to prison at this week’s sitting of Castlebar District Court.

New diocesan appointments effective from tomorrow

The Most Reverend Martin Drennan, Bishop of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Apostolic Administrator of Kilfenora, has made the following Diocesan Appointments with effect from tomorrow.

Bad weekend for masters but ladies title for McManamon Sisters

It was not been the best of weekends for Connacht counties competing in all-Ireland finals with the tally of just one title won out of seven contested. That sole winner came to Mayo's Ciara and Clodagh McManamon who, as widely expected - claimed the All-Ireland Ladies Junior B doubles title at the expense of Kilkenny's Rachel Hogan and Maria Walsh on a 21-10, 21-10 scoreline at Crinkle on Saturday and a second title for Ciara McManamon who defeated Hogan in the singles final last weekend.

Jail for man who asserted Garda trying to arrest his friend

A Claremorris man who assaulted a garda who was arresting his friend and then smashed the window of the patrol car after his arrest was sentenced to five months in prison in Claremorris District Court this week.

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