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Castlebar clamping causes fury on Facebook

Castlebar clamping causes fury on Facebook

Mayo News readers take to Facebook to vent their frustration at an aggressive clamping regime in some Castlebar car parks

 

Retired garda in ‘very serious’ condition following fall

A retired Garda who fell in Castlebar in the early hours of Sunday night remains in intensive care

Farmers opposed to disruption of Sea2Summit – IFA

The Chairman of Mayo IFA believes that any disruption of Sea2Summit by farmers will be a ‘step in the wrong direction’

Call for tax reliefs for group water schemes

Tax reliefs and allowances should be given group-water-scheme members as well as Irish Water customers, says Calleary

Vigilance urged after burglary spate

An appeal for vigilance in the wider area around Westport has been made, after another spate of burglaries in recent weeks

 

 

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