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Seven arrested after Castlebar stabbing

Seven men have been released from Garda custody and is file is being prepared for the DPP after violent stabbing incident in the county town

Westport remembrance service for accident victim

THE raw grief of his loved ones was palpable yesterday (Monday) in St Mary’s Parish Church in Westport, where a memorial service was held for the late...

Man dies in Headford house fire

Man dies in Headford house fire

63 year old Patrick O’Connor lost his life despite heroic efforts from his brother and a neighbour to save him.

Five-in-a-row for ‘phenomenal’ Shania

Five-in-a-row for ‘phenomenal’ Shania

Claremorris student Shania McDonagh was last week announced as the overall winner of the 60th Texaco Children’s Art Competition.

Ballinrobe Racecourse right on track

Ballinrobe Racecourse right on track

RACING VIDEO   Ballinrobe Races Chairman John Staunton reflects on 25 years at the helm of Mayo's only racecourse ahead of the start of a new seas...

 

 

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New regs on scrap would reduce metal theft – ICMSA
Proposals to regulate the scrap metal industry will substantially lower metal theft in Mayo says ICMSA chief

 

Ballinrobe Racecourse right on track

RACING VIDEO  Ballinrobe Races Chairman John Staunton reflects on 25 years at the helm of Mayo's only racecourse ahead of the start of a new season.

 

STORM REPORT Not par for the course in Mulranny

STORM DAMAGE The scenic Mulranny Golf Club has been badly hit by recent storms, leading members to fear for its future

 

Gibbons stands tall for Mayo

COLUMN James Horan must pick Jason Gibbons at midfield this summer.

 

AUDIO Football Podcast 2013 #10 All-Ireland Final review

Host Rob Murphy is joined at The Mayo News offices by Sean Rice, Edwin McGreal and Mike Finnerty to reflect on Mayo’s All-Ireland Final defeat to Dublin. The panel also examine some of the issues arising from the result and pay tribute to Mayo’s All-Ireland winning minors.

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