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A Claremorris man who was found to have been driving while disqualified was given a two months’ prison sentence, which was suspended for 12 months, and was disqualified from driving for two years, in Castlebar District Court this week.
Up close and personal encounters with polar bears in the Arctic, the secret wonders of wolves in the wild, and a year spent with a family of black bears in Minnesota, are just some of the adventures people in Mayo can expect to hear about if they go along to a new live show by famous documentary film-maker Gordan Buchanan.
AIA Loss Assessing is a firm of public loss assessors that offer you unrivalled service in handling your insurance claim. With over 30 years’ experience between construction, surveying, estimating, and loss assessing, the company has the knowledge to successfully deal with your claim and ensure the best possible settlement on your behalf.
“Everyone has the perfect shape; they just need to know how to access it.” Tara McFadden of educogym explains how she can help change your life this winter.
Galwegians who have been mis-sold payment protection insurance by banks and financial houses must “move quickly” to assert their right to claim for a refund.
Judge Mary Devins banned a Ballyhaunis man from driving for four years after he was convicted for a third time for driving without insurance at Ballyhaunis District Court. Tommy Webb, Cornageachta, Aghamore who represented himself in court said that he had believed he was insured to drive the car he was stopped driving under a different insurance policy, but following investigations by the Gardai this proved not to be the case.
A Claremorris man who pleaded guilty to a charge of driving without insurance had his sentencing adjourned till a later date following the emergence that he was facing similar charges in the coming months at a different court.
A man who cancelled his insurance policy and who was then involved in a road traffic accident was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday.
With the long nights and cold days setting in, getting your home winter ready is never more important. To help you get your home prepared this winter, EBS Galway is running a winter promotion, offering 12 months cover for the price of NINE to new policyholders who switch their annual buildings and contents home insurance policy to EBS.
AA Ireland reports that the average national fixed fee for a fire brigade call out is €276 per hour for domestic chimney fires, and €414 for all other types of domestic fires, however Mayo’s fixed charge for a call out to a domestic fire stands at one of the highest in the country as the charge is €750 per hour. A a call out for chimney fire in Mayo is lower than the average rate though and stands at €150.