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Claremorris under starters orders for Mayo Stages Rally

The stage is set for a weekend of high-octane motorsport action, as the McWilliam Park Hotel and Fleet Transport magazine Mayo Stages Rally arrives into town today. With many of the best rally drivers and state-of-the-art rally cars set to do battle over 120 kilometres of special stages to the north of Claremorris, there promises to be spills and thrills aplenty before the action concludes back at rally headquarters The McWilliam Park Hotel on Sunday evening.

Grassroots to hold anti-household charge meetings in city and county

Four public meetings will to be held in Galway city and county as the part of the grassroots campaign against the Government’s household charge.

Public meetings on opposing the household charge

Public meetings against the Government’s proposed household charge will be held across County Galway and in Galway city over the coming days.

Provincial title claimed by McCann

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Handball took centre stage in Roscommon town last weekend with St Coman’s handball club hosting the Connacht senior handball finals. It was an all Ballaghaderreen affair, with established star Joe McCann and up-and-coming Stephen Cooney playing for the spoils.

Provincial glory up for grabs

The weekend ahead sees Mayo handballers in action in no fewer than nine provincial deciders. Gearoid Hughes takes on Roscommon’s Brendan McDonagh in the junior B singles decider this Friday evening at Williamstown at 7pm while Ian McLoughlin will be bidding for under 21 glory in the second match at Williamstown. Martin Vahey is in action at the same venue on Saturday at 5pm as he takes on Roscommon’s Aengus Cunningham in the masters A final and that card also features Joe Dowling against Anthony O’Donnell and John Coyne against Shane Noonan. David Corrigan takes on Galway’s Martin Seoige in the junior C decider at Liascul on Sunday at 3pm.

Garda warning after run of burglaries

Gardaí in Mullingar are warning members of the public to take precautions to ensure their homes and belongings stay as safe as possible this Christmas.

Get on board the WEEE Wagon

WEEE Ireland (Waste, Electrical and Electronic Equipment), the Irish compliance scheme for electrical and battery recycling, will hold a series of WEEE Wagon collection events across Galway County throughout October.

Two year ban for drunk driver who went to pick up friend

A Cloonfad man who had four or five pints over the course of the night before he ‘foolishly’ went to collect a friend who had asked him for a lift from Williamstown was given a two year driving ban in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Two further All-Ireland titles for Mayo’s handballers

The 60x30 season concluded with the final series of finals at eight venues around the country over the weekend and Mayo handballers secured a further two title from their five contested finals.

Free recycling events continue in Galway

WEEE Ireland (waste, electrical and electronic equipment), the compliance scheme for electrical waste and battery recycling, has held a series of WEEE Wagon collection events across Galway county throughout September, and these will continue into October. These smaller collection days supported by the Galway County Council allow people from towns and villages across the county to get rid of any household electrical equipment and batteries in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.

 

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