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Stab victim lost spleen in knife attack

The victim of a knife attack will have to take daily doses of penicillin for the rest of his life to avoid infections

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Snow smiles

Jake Geever and Leo Goldrick on their way home from Brusna NS, near Ballaghaderreen, after a heavy fall of snow last week. More heavy falls are expected this week in the west.

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Sexual assault on 14 year-old investigated

Incident occured when the 14 year-old was lured to meet a teenage boy at the New Road near Lidl in Westport

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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

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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

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€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

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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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Castlebar teen denies stabbing Westport youth

A Teenager accused of stabbing a Westport youth with a kitchen knife denied he inflicted the ‘life threatening’ wound

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No charges anticipated for damage to home

Charges for damage to the home of Michael Killeen are unlike to occur as gardaí are unable to identify perpetrators

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Patients are ‘at the heart’ of all hospital reforms – Taoiseach

Government funding injection has helped waiting  and discharge times

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Security guard found not guilty of assault

A former security guard was found not guilty of assault causing harm at a Castlebar nightclub in 2013.

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Fianna Fáil meet in tribute to Seán Staunton

Glowing tributes have been paid to the late Seán Staunton at a specially convened meeting of Mayo Fianna Fáil Dáil Ceantar

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Seven sentenced for Castlebar shop siege

Seven members of two feuding families were sentenced to prison last week after fighting in a Castlebar filling station last March.

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An inside angle on the political debate surrounding Scoil Phadraig

Former Board of Management Chairperson, PJ McDermott, responds to the ongoing political rhetoric surrounding the new school

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Ballina public toilet construction flushed out

The construction of a public toilet in Ballina has effectively been ruled out in favour of a possible agreement between Mayo County Council and local businesses.

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Mayo footballer backs wearing of hi-vis clothing

Mayo footballer, Donal Vaughan has teamed up with the Mayo Road Safety Office to promote the wearing of hi-vis clothing

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Ballaghaderreen fears mount over non-gritting of ‘old’ N5 road

A group wants Roscommon County Council to reverse the decision they made to down grade the N5 and stop salting it

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Core funding crisis for islands resolved for 2015

Longterm plan is key part of ministerial discussions on future funding for non-Gaeltacht islands

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Inishturk nurse to be in situ soon

Islanders have had nor resident nurse since the retirement of the longtime Public Health Nurse last September

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