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Calor, Ireland’s leading supplier of rural energy solutions, has this week announced the shortlist of nominees for the Community Champion 2013. The all-island initiative is now entering its second year, after an unprecedented response in 2012. Following several weeks of intense nominating, they have received entries from every corner of Mayo. Tom Jennings has been shortlisted as the Mayo nominee for the Community Champion initiative.
The first unit of the Order of Malta in Galway began in 1937 when Dr Conor O’Malley was asked by the Marquis McSweeney, the then chancellor of the Irish Association, to recruit members to form an ambulance corps aimed initially at Connacht only.
The first winter of the war was unusually cold. Commander Bill King’s submarine Snapper served in the North Sea from April 1939 for 12 months. During that time it had numerous contact with enemy ships, mainly in the Skagerrat Strait, between the southeast coast of Norway and the southwest coast of Sweden.
Judge Mary Devins told a couple, “I think the two of you are a disgrace, you have no respect for anything or anybody. You are both a complete and utter disgrace,” after a man pleaded guilty to attacking an ambulance and one of its personnel.
There is growing anger at City Hall among residents in the Beal Strutha and Fana Glas areas of Ballybane, accusing the local authority of neglecting their estates.