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Lucy Spraggan to play Róisín Dubh

LUCY SPRAGGAN, the English singer-songwriter, whose catchy folk-pop songs have seen her new album Join The Club go Top 10 in Britain, is coming to Galway.

Mayo County Council advises householders and businesses to prepare now for winter weather

While the weather last winter was not as severe as the weather at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011, Mayo County Council this week has taken the opportunity of advising the public to make preparations for winter weather over the next number of months. These preparations will help people to cope if the weather this winter is severe. In order to avoid personal hardship and damage to your home or business premises, Mayo County Council wishes to advise householders and businesses to make the following preparations:

Plumber to serve two years in jail for revenue fraud

A three year sentence with the final 12 months suspended and fines totalling €3,750 were imposed on a Galway plumber who increased his income from €62,000 per annum to almost €1 million in just one year by engaging in revenue fraud.

David Mitchell - language animal storyteller

OVER THE last 13 years, British author David Mitchell has produced a series of stunning novels such as Ghostwritten, number9dream, Cloud Atlas, and The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet.

Winter-proof your home

EBS has issued tips for homeowners on how to avoid expensive home repair bills by being ready for the elements this winter, to coincide with its three months’ free home insurance offer.

Council advises householders and businesses to prepare for winter weather

In order to avoid personal hardship and damage to your home or business premises, Mayo County Council has advised householders and businesses to make the following preparations.

Local projects benefit from court hearings

Three young men have been given a chance to avoid criminal records for drug possession by contributing to Judge Hughes’ local project.

Judge orders 624-year repayment schedule for man with “Wolfe” at door

A former chef pursued for nearly €38,000 in the District Court this week (July 1) was ordered to re-pay just €5 a month by a sympathetic judge, after he heard the original debt was just a €3,500 overdraft and a €10,000 personal loan at the time the business collapsed in 2002.

World titles up for grabs at Galway’s biggest fight night

The biggest night on the kickboxing calendar will be held on Saturday evening in Galway.

From bailout to baleouts — it’s leak and potato soup

Grab hold of your stopcock. Make sure your ballcock is floating. Now relax there in the dark of the attic.

 

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