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Byrne bursts to victory again

John Byrne of Mayo AC underlined his winning form with another brilliant victory in the Athlone Flatline Half Marathon on Saturday. Byrne led 939 finishers home in 71:39, 14 seconds quicker than his national half marathon time last month, and over a minute clear of the field led by Peter Mooney of the Marathon Club of Ireland.

Shop assistant informs judge of court closures

There was shock and anger in Ballyhaunis District Court on Tuesday morning when it emerged that it would probably be the last time the court would sit in the town after over 150 years of administering justice in east Mayo. The news was later confirmed by the Court Service, although there was no definite date for the closure or decision on where the court will move to.

New combined Castlebar Court Office officially launched

Ireland’s most senior judge—the Chief Justice, the Hon Mrs Justice Susan Denham—together with the Chief Executive Officer of the Courts Service, Brendan Ryan, launched a new single and combined Castlebar Court Office in the Courthouse in Castlebar on Wednesday of this week.

Seanad voting deadline approaches

Galwegians eligible to vote on the NUI panel in the Seanad Éireann elections must post their votes as soon as possible to arrive at the NUI offices in Dublin by 11am on Wednesday April 27.

Galway has most Seanad voters

Galway city has more people eligible to vote for the NUI panel for Seanad Éireann than has Dublin or Cork, while County Galway tops the other 25 counties in the State in a same category.

Seanad candidates put forward reform proposals

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Mayo above average in registered NUI voters for Seanad election

Following research carried out on the behalf of Peter Mooney who is contesting the upcoming Seanad elections on the National University of Ireland (NUI) panel, it has emerged that Mayo has an above average representation on the electoral role for the NUI elections.

1,300 Westmeath people registered to vote for Seanad

Just 1,300 people living in Westmeath are registered to vote for the upcoming Seanad elections on the National University of Ireland (NUI) panel, one of just three panels which allows members of the public to vote.

Ballinrobe District Court amalgamated into Castlebar

From September 1 the District Court Area of Ballinrobe will be amalgamated into the District Court Area of Castlebar, which means that cases which were heard at the Ballinrobe sitting will now be heard at any sitting of Castlebar District Court.


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