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Jan 30th
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Teenager receives eight year sentence for stabbing

LATEST A teenager has been sentenced to eight years imprisonment after a jury found him guilty of the stabbing of a Westport teen

Calls to Kenya weren’t ‘personal’ – Mulherin

Fine Gael’s Ballina TD is in a battle over her Oireachtas phone bill after Sunday Times front-page story identifies her

Ebola nurse ‘happy to be alive’ after hospital discharge

Ebola nurse ‘happy to be alive’ after hospital discharge

Nurse Pauline Cafferkey who has close Achill connections says she is happy to be alive after her recovery from Ebola

€1 million allocated for Carrowholly storm damage repairs

The OPW have allowed Mayo County Council to carry over €2 million for storm damage works in Mayo

Seaweed storm leads to legal threat

Traditional harvesters continue to meet in face of company license bid for rights to harvest along Mayo coastline



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Another year on the Mayo GAA rollercoaster

FOOTBALL We’re aware of the shortcomings that denied Mayo a place in another All-Ireland final, but salute their spirit.

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