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Mayo RNLI lifeboats launched seven times during the summer

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This summer the two RNLI lifeboat stations in Mayo launched their lifeboats seven times. Achill Island lifeboat crew launched their all weather lifeboat four times, while Ballyglass RNLI were called out three times.

Rossport protester before court

A protester from the Rossport Solidarity Camp was before Ballina District Court this week for public order charges arising out of an incident which took place on July 31 2012 at Gurteens, Ballina.

Farmers accuse Keaveney of misinformation at heated meeting

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IFA Connacht vice-president Padraic Divilly led a delegation of farm families this week to a meeting with Labour Party chairman Colm Keaveney TD, to convey the anger among farmers over the TD’s stance concerning farmers’ eligibility for third level grants.

Create a dream kitchen with Comer Granite and Marble

Established in 1990, Comer Granite and Marble is the leading supplier of granite and marble bespoke kitchen worktops, vanity units, and stairs for the domestic and commercial markets in the west of Ireland. The company manufactures and installs worktops to a high standard at an affordable price while also providing an aftercare service for cleaning and resealing granite worktops.

Create a dream kitchen with Comer Granite and Marble

Established in 1990, Comer Granite and Marble is the leading supplier of granite and marble bespoke kitchen worktops, vanity units, and stairs for the domestic and commercial markets in the west of Ireland. The company manufactures and installs worktops to a high standard at an affordable price while also providing an aftercare service for cleaning and resealing granite worktops.

Stimulus roads programme to give Galway a 5,000-job boost

Galway is to gain about 5,000 jobs in the construction and related services sector over the next three years as a result of the initiatives announced on Tuesday as part of the Government Stimulus.

Fuel savings must be passed to consumers – O’Mahony

Vice chairman of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications and Fine Gael Mayo TD, John O’Mahony, has called on all fuel companies to pass on expected reductions in prices to their consumers. Deputy O’Mahony has welcomed the four cent drop in prices over the last month, but has stressed the need for the further anticipated five cent drop to be passed on to hard pressed consumers.

Dodgy diesel costs us millions

The last three years or so have seen a big increase in diesel laundering. Fuel smugglers have been making out like Al Capone during Prohibition.

Five to go so more can grow at Lockes

Beam Inc, the US conglomerate which recently took over Lockes Distillery in Kilbeggan, has announced that eight jobs are to go at its south Westmeath site.

Old Sickeen

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This photograph was taken in the early 1940s and shows a happy group of children in Sickeen. The wall at their backs was the boundary wall of St Brendan’s National School. In the background on the left are the backs of houses which fronted on to St Brendan’s Road. They were occupied by the Lillis family, the Lohan family, the Molloys – home of ‘Five Goal Molloy’ aka Sonny, Maurice O’Connell who worked in the post office, Jim Redington who later became Mayor of Galway, and Tom Walsh who was a teacher in St Brendan’s School.

 

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