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GER STAUNTON has been called “incredibly funny” by The Examiner and as "one of the best comedy writers in Ireland. An absolute stand out” by The International Comedy Club.
GER STAUNTON brings his deadpan, West of Ireland humour, to the Róisín Dubh tomorrow night, for what will be his first Galway solo show.
After a sell-out performance last September, Ger Staunton returns to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar with a brand new show on Wednesday November 7 at 8pm.
A player who scorers 2-14 deserves to be on the winning side, and that was the case for Mayo’s Cora Staunton on Sunday when her team ended a four-match losing streak to Galway in the Connacht Senior Ladies Football Championship final at MacHale Park.
Danny O’Brien and Mayo’s own Ger Staunton bring a night of hilarious stand-up comedy to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday May 19 at 8pm.
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.
The 23-year-old man, who has pleaded guilty to killing his partner Sara Staunton, in Mayo Abbey in December 2013, is to be sentenced next month.
For five of the past six years, the All Ireland Ladies senior club championship has been taken home by one of this year’s finalists. And on Sunday it will be making it’s way to either Donaghmoyne from Monaghan for a third time or back west with green and red ribbons on its handles to Carnacon for the fourth time.
Staunton's Costcutter Main Street, Castlebar, was recently awarded the Best Costcutter Express Wine Department in Ireland. Pat Staunton, owner, said that he and his staff were delighted with the award. Mr Staunton thanked his staff for their dedication and their customers for their support and valued custom. Mr Staunton said: “We work very hard to ensure we listen carefully to what our customers want from our store. Our key focus is to deliver an unrivalled customer experience, so we're delighted with the win.”
The members of Mayo County Council paid tribute to the late Myles Staunton at the beginning of their AGM this week. Before the order of business of the meeting, Fine Gael whip Cllr Joe Mellet asked the members to have a minute’s silence in honour of the former councillor, TD and senator. Cllr Michael Burke who was chairing his last meeting of the council also passed on his sympathies to the family of the late Mr Staunton as did county manager Peter Hynes on behalf of the staff of the council. Cllr Mellet also indicated that the council would pay a fuller tribute to Mr Staunton at its July meeting.