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Mayo farmers urged to protect their metal

Crimestoppers and security company Netwatch have teamed up to raise awareness around the country about the theft of metal. People are being asked to be vigilant and to call Crimestoppers if they see activity that might be linked to metal theft. Metal theft is a crime that affects a wide range of businesses and community organisations. Reported thefts include beer kegs, copper wires, road signs, jewellery, lead roofs and goal posts. There have also been a number of high profile thefts of precious objects including sculptures and religious relics.

The countdown is on to Billy Connolly in Castlebar

At every good-times gathering of joke-telling friends, invariably there is always a joke told that belongs to this legend of comedy - a priceless one-liner, or one of his bizarre stories told in a Scottish accent. But no one can do it like ‘The Big Yin’ himself, Billy Connolly, who is finally coming to Castlebar and will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Tuesday April 30. Tickets are on sale right now and are priced at €54.25 and €49.25.

The countdown is on to Billy Connolly in Castlebar

At every good-times gathering of joke-telling friends, invariably there is always a joke told that belongs to this legend of comedy - a priceless one-liner, or one of his bizarre stories told in a Scottish accent. But no one can do it like ‘The Big Yin’ himself, Billy Connolly, who is finally coming to Castlebar and will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Tuesday April 30. Tickets are on sale right now and are priced at €54.25 and €49.25.

Tickets on sale today for Billy Connolly’s Castlebar show

At every good-times gathering of joke-telling friends, invariably there is always a joke told that belongs to this legend of comedy - a priceless one-liner, or one of his bizarre stories told in a Scottish accent. But no one can do it like ‘The Big Yin’ himself, Billy Connolly, who is finally coming to Castlebar and will take to the stage in the Royal Theatre on Tuesday April 30. Tickets have gone on sale from today and are priced at €54.25 and €49.25.

Billy Connolly to bring his comedy show to Leisureland

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Billy Connolly, the legendary Scottish comedian and actor, is coming to Galway as part of his The Man Live Tour of Ireland this April and May.

The back of the arch

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The buildings we see on the left of our photograph were once two-storey houses which featured on the 1651 map of Galway. Some years ago, in this column, we showed a painting of those houses and also the ones across the street which gave the impression of a continental atmosphere to this area. According to Griffith’s Valuation, which was published c1855, the houses on the left were occupied at that time by Dennis Quinn, Patrick Commons, and Michael Derrane, all of whom kept lodgers.

Welder banned from driving for three years

A Latvian welder was banned from driving for three years and fined €750 at Claremorris District Court this week after he pleaded guilty to drink driving.

Fracas after birthday party

Two men have been convicted of public order offences arising out of an incident in which two Polish men were assaulted.

Castlebar man found in possession of ecstasy and cannabis

A 42-year-old Belcarra man, who was detected with cannabis and one ecstasy tablet in his possession, appeared before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Disqualification for man who drove with bald tyres

A 20-year-old welder who drove a car with three bald tyres was disqualified from driving for three months at this week’s sitting of Ballina District Court.

 

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