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Newport road-crash victim identified

LATEST Identity of man who died in a crash near Newport over the weekend confirmed, postmortem to take place today

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The Fab Four

Four brothers, four goals for 'Tubber

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DNA to confirm ID of Newport crash victim

Driver who died in horrific accident believed to be a male in his late 20s who recently moved to Westport from Dublin

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Kilmaine shocked by London tragedy

The community of Kilmaine is once again in mourning following the tragic death of 26-year-old Padraig O’Dea.

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Castlebar power station fault causes brief black-out

A fault at an ESB power station in Castlebar caused power outages across the county yesterday evening

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Castlebar Tennis Club go under the dome

Castlebar Tennis Club take a huge step forward with fantastical dome to keep courts in use for winter

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Gardaí believe countywide burglaries are connected

GARDAÍ believe that burglaries which occurred in Westport, Castlebar and Ballina may all be connected

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School and houses burgled in south Mayo

A school and three houses were burgled in the South Mayo area on two separate dates this month.

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Gardaí’s persistence in case of unidentified body praised

Coroner says the recent identification of a body found in Connemara in 2006 will give hope to families of missing people

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Calleary slams Kenny over Knock commitments

Mayo TD says Taoiseach has to be dragged kicking and screaming to fulfil election commitment to airport

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Agriculture officials to host commonage meeting

Commonage farmers urged to attend a Westport meeting hosted by Department of Agriculture officials

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Lough Mask Swim Challenge draws crowds

The Lough Mask Swim Challenge attracted 71 swimmers on Sunday last, with Rory O’Connell taking first place.

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Castlebar grandmother addresses Pope

Castlebar grandmother Catherine Wiley addressed Pope Francis and 40,000 people in St Peter’s Square on Sunday.

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Positive meeting on Ballinrobe Town Hall

Meeting to discuss plans for the building of a new town hall in Ballinrobe described as ‘productive’

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VAT cut creates over 600 new jobs in Mayo

Restaurant Association of Ireland says VAT cut has translated into Mayo jobs in the hospitality industry

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Mayo Day to bring global focus on county from 2015

May 2 has been proclaimed Mayo Day, and from next year on will see all things Mayo celebrated around the world

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Belcarra driver who crossed in front of train convicted

Belcarra man who drove across an unmanned railway crossing while a train was approaching convicted of careless driving

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Mayo GAA chiefs in the firing line

Appointment of Connelly and Holmes as Mayo football managers overshadowed by unrest in Mayo GAA corridors of power

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Farmers welcome scrapping of collective agreement

The controversial collective agreement criteria for commonage farmers entering the GLAS farming scheme has been scraped

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