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Meeting in Belmullet about property tax

Have a heart and use your new driver’s licence as an organ donor card

Jim Higgins MEP for Ireland North West and Ireland's Member of the European Parliament Transport Committee, has encouraged people who are applying for a new driver's licence from January 19 to fill in the section on the new application form which allows them to be identified as an organ donor.

Athlone bereavement charity launches awareness campaign

Today, Friday November 2, in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Anam Cara will launch its national awareness campaign with its annual Balloon to Remember release. Each balloon is dedicated to the memory of a son or daughter who has died.

Mayo fall short at the final stage once again

It was not to be once again for Mayo on the grandest stage of all. But this was not like previous finals in 2004 and 2006 when Mayo left Croke Park after being mauled and maimed by Kerry and questioning everything about their approach to the game. No this was different, still hard to take, but it was another step on the way to the final destination in the future.

Woman to pay €200 for pizza not paid for during Race Week

The cost of a pizza turned out to be rather pricey after a young Limerick mother, with 56 previous convictions, was fined €200 for leaving a popular city centre restaurant without paying and for failing to appear in court.

Price family find no closure from inquest

The mother of a Mullingar teenager killed in a car accident in 2006 has said Wednesday’s inquest has not brought closure to her family.

The strange story of the virgin birth and Kinvara’s great huntswoman

Geoffrey Russell, fourth Lord Ampthill, died at the age of 89 last April 23. His mother Christabel, Lady Ampthill, bought Dunguaire Castle, Kinvara, Co Galway, an old tower house with a bawn and smaller tower on a creek of Galway Bay, and restored it most sympathetically. It is now owned by Shannon Development and used for mediaeval banquets.

Careless driving charge dismissed against Kilmaine man

A careless driving charge against a 24-year-old man was dismissed at Castlebar District Court this week.

Shooting the Breeze with... Martial Art - Jeet Kune Do - in wheelchairs

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Wheelchair-bound since an accident in 1981, Newport man Tom Chambers knows no bounds. The sports fanatic has completed numerous marathons, pushed the wheels through countless races and inspired a multitude through his unyielding belief that anything is possible. The big man was always active, playing football with his native Burrishoole in his youth and later lining out across the water in England. When a car accident in 1981 left him disabled, it still could not take away his love of life and ambition to push back the boundaries time and time again.

Former Dragon offers alternative to party candidates

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We are now entering the business end of this presidential election.


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