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The weekend in Mayo

Black comedy, drama, choral music, quizzing and music sessions are just a few of the weekend entertainment happenings at various venues around the county. Send us your events to [email protected]

Galway City East - odds are good for a first SF seat since 2004

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John Mulholland and Keith Finnegan recently discussed the bookmaker’s odds for all the local election candidates across the city on Galway Bay FM.

Two basketball titles for Galway

St Enda’s of Salthill took the silverware in basketball’s All Ireland Schools League U19 C Girls final when they saw off local rivals Glenamaddy CS. In what began as a tightly fought contest, the guard play of sisters Ailbhe and Megan Davoren proved vital for the city side as they ran out winners by 43-23.

Moycullen close league season with spirited display

Moycullen produced a spirited second-half performance in their last game of Basketball Ireland’s premier league.

Northwest Connemara needs lighted helipad says Healy

A all-weather lighted helipad in northwest Connemara for Coastguard and Medivac helicopters is vital for successful rescue operations in the region.

Moycullen’s brave defence keeps Dubliners in check

Moycullen Basketball, buoyed by their latest win, are back on the road this weekend when they face Dublin Inter in the premier league.

Mayo man’s score praised at Sundance

Calls for responsible road use as road deaths rise

Provisional road crash statistics for 2013, published this week by the Road Safety Authority, show an increase in fatalities on Irish roads for the first time since 2005.

Claremorris man composes score for Sundance festival movie

Calvary, the new John Michael McDonagh movie featuring the musical score composed by Claremorris-born Patrick Cassidy, will have its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, on January 19 2014.

Irish metal industries

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Over the last few weeks we have been writing about the building on Earl’s Island which began life as a bleach and flax mill in the 1850s. It was then converted into a jute factory, became a bonded warehouse, a factory for making cannon shells during World War I, and was occupied by the 6th Dragoon Guards and the 17th Lancers during the War of Independence. After the British army left, it was vacant for a while before being converted into a factory known as IMI, or Irish Metal Industries.


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