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Helicopter keys eventually cost €5,000

A man who landed a helicopter on the roof of an Athlone shopping centre in 2007 after flying just 22 kms to collect a set of keys, was fined €5,000 in the District Court this week (December 14).

Ballina TC approve FAI grant for one year and mayor’s trip to US

Ballina Town Council has agreed to fund its share of an agreement among the three town councils in the county and Mayo County Council for the FAI development officer for the next year to the sum of €7,500.

St Stephen’s Night spectacular at Finbar Hoban presents

21 Outs v Music For Dead Birds, at Bar Ritz this St Stephen’s Night (Mulroy’s Bar) in Castlebar as part of the Finbar Hoban presents series, is the big face-off everybody has being waiting for as Philip Cassidy’s band (21 Outs) goes head to head with Jimmy Monaghans’s group (Music For Dead Birds).

Mayo teachers to be put through their paces on Test The Teachers

Teachers from a Mayo school will go head to head with their Ennis rivals on Test The Teachers, a new RTÉ Two series which will air on December 28 at 10.30am. Catch the teachers from Muire Gan Smal NS, Claremorris, battling it out with CBE Ennis, Co Clare.

Castlebar Mayor seeks your views and thoughts in 2010

Friends, as Mayor of Castlebar, it is my pleasant duty to extend season’s greeting to the people of Castlebar at home and away.

Ni Churraoin leads Irish challenge in US

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Galway’s young world champion handballer Cianna Ni Churraoin is celebrating Christmas in the USA this year as she prepares for another title challenge.

Aer Arann set to strike commercial alliance deal with Aer Lingus

Advanced talks are currently under way between Aer Arann and Aer Lingus with the view of creating a commercial alliance that would see them operating joint flights from provincial UK cities to Dublin and Cork.

O’Hehir’s cafes promote benefits of eating wholegrain bread

Bakery and café owners O’Hehir’s Bakeries have launched a health awareness campaign to promote healthy breads among its customers.

GAAW to join peace vigil at Shannon Airport

The Galway Alliance Against War will be joining the monthly vigil which takes place at Shannon Airport on the second Sunday of every month from 2pm to 3pm.

Boost as Creganna buys US med sciences company

Galway-based medical devices group Creganna has acquired US-headquartered Tactx Medical in a deal that it says will increase its revenues by 50 per cent.


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