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Defence Forces couple to embark on poignant Mount Kilimanjaro charity trek

Athlone native, Lavinia Connell, and her partner, Jason Hassett, both of whom are members of the Irish Defence Forces, are hoping that their collective years of army experience will prove beneficial as they prepare to ascend the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro.

Calleary back in big time after he replaces Troy

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Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has returned to the top level of Government having been appointed Minister of State in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, to replace Robert Troy.

Pub Post idea gets stamp of approval at city launch

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Mike Fitzpatrick of Bullet Design is a constant innovator who has come up with a whole plethora of ideas, applications and designs over the decades. So in a sense, it was entirely appropriate that his latest one came up while he was enjoying a few leisurely pints in one of the city’s fine hostelries.

Burke hits out at damage caused in Cong

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Fine Gael councillor Michael Burke hit out this week at people who caused what he said was "untold damage" in Cong last weekend.

Cruise welcomes water main replacement works in Foxford

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Fine Gael councillor Neil Cruise has welcomed the commencement of works on the replacement of cast iron water mains in two locations in Foxford this week.

Animal charity expresses sadness and anger after blind and malnourished dog found in Mayo dies

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North West SPCA said "There is no excuse for this cruelty in this day and age" in a social media post this week about a blind and malnourished dog that was was found in Belmullet last weekend, that had to be put down this week.

Mulroy hits out at dumping at recycling facilities in town

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Westport based Fianna Fáil councillor Brendan Mulroy hit out this week at a case of dumping at the recycling facilities at the Point in Westport.

Almost one in four drivers check mobile phone notifications when behind the wheel

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are once again appealing to drivers to not use their mobile phones while driving - the calls come following the publication of new research which shows almost a quarter of drivers (23%) admit to checking mobile phone notifications while driving.

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