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Ring to launch Smart Lotto in Belmullet today

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Smart Lotto is preparing to launch a very exciting new business today, February 27, in its office at No 1 The Harbour, Belmullet. The business will be launched by Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring.

Man sent forward for trial on charge of dangerous driving causing death

A man was sent forward for trial on indictment for dangerous driving causing death at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Jewellery theft case adjourned

A man charged with stealing €2,500 worth of jewellery has had his case adjourned to July 23.

Check Mayo’s bathing water quality

The Environmental Protection Agency is advising people in Mayo to check bathing water quality this summer using the Splash website, www.bathingwater.ie

Armed robbery case sent to Circuit Court

A man who is alleged to have entered the bedroom of a single mother while armed with a large kitchen knife has had his case sent forward to the Circuit Court.

Limbik Theatre company brings The Harbour to the Linenhall

Limbik Theatre Company presents an evening of enthralling and engaging physical theatre with its dazzling production The Harbour at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 8 at 8pm. This funny, moving and visually arresting contemporary tale is inspired by old stories of seal-women. The Harbour follows a daughter’s journey back to her island home, where she finally learns why her mother abandoned her as a child. With haunting live music accompaniment this show explores the fragile nature of the relationships that give us shelter, and a safe haven, in a chaotic and unpredictable world.

Limbik Theatre company brings The Harbour to the Linenhall

Limbik Theatre Company presents an evening of enthralling and engaging physical theatre with its dazzling production The Harbour at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday April 8 at 8pm. This funny, moving and visually arresting contemporary tale is inspired by old stories of seal-women. The Harbour follows a daughter’s journey back to her island home, where she finally learns why her mother abandoned her as a child. With haunting live music accompaniment this show explores the fragile nature of the relationships that give us shelter, and a safe haven, in a chaotic and unpredictable world.

Selkie comes to land at The Barn

Through the ages, from Maine to our own stormy shores, stories are told of seals shedding their skins and becoming women…and of fishermen falling in love with them.

 

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