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Jul 29th
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Reek repair ‘urgent’

As up to 30,000 pilgrims prepare for Reek Sunday, injuries on Mayo’s dangerous holy mountain are on the increase

Mayo man used American’s credit card details to buy TV

Man who used stolen details obtained from illegal website to purchase massive 55-inch TV caught by Garda sting operation

Granddad emptied bag of cannabis on Garda car during chase

Grandparents tried to outrun a squad car in Knock last year, laughing grass-carrying granddad emptied drug on garda’s windscreen

Woman in labour brought from Clare Island aboard lifeboat

A pregnant Clare Island woman was brought to the mainland by Achill lifeboat in time to give birth in hospital

Hit-and-run driver’s ‘out of town’ lie exposed

Castlebar driver rumbled by evidence from garda who gave him a lift home just three hours before the collision



Kevin McStay

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