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Train strike forces Mayo fans to take to the road

Over 15,000 Mayo fans travelling to Croke Park for the All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday are on course for travel chaos

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Horse power

Over 1,500 spectators turned out for the eleven races that took place on the card of the annual Doolough Beach Races in Geesala on Sunday. Over 1,500 spectators turned out for the eleven races that took place on the card of the annual Doolough Beach Races in Geesala on Sunday.

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Toddlers ‘punished, dragged, threatened’

Allegations about former childcare worker at Ballyheane Buttercups Community Childcare challenged at Employment Appeals Tribunal

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New warrant protocol introduced following Islandeady murder

The Court Services in Mayo has introduced new protocols for the issuing of warrants following the murder of Nóirín Kelly

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Mayo community calls for rural resettlement to save schools

Rural Resettlement Ireland’s funding cuts criticised by its founder as homelessness rages in Dublin

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Monaghan man wins Gaelforce 2014

Conditions were tough for the over 1,600 competitors who took part in the ninth annual Gaelforce West adventure race

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It’s a peak performance for Special Olympian

Claremorris athlete, Aoife Beston has climbed the highest mountain in each of the country’s 32 counties

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Ashford Castle staff remember Robin Williams fondly

Staff at five-star Ashford Castle remember the late Robin Williams’s visit to the castle with his family 14 years ago

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Mayo visitors stay longer than national average

Minister of State for Tourism welcomes the increase in tourism figures throughout the country

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US aviation museum hosts exhibition on Achill pilot

A US aviation museum in Cleveland will hold an exhibition on the life of Achill-born pilot Nancy Corrigan

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Ballinrobe set to be All Shook Up

Ballinrobe Musical Society’s next production is American jukebox musical ‘All Shook Up’.

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Achill and Kilmeena feature in BBC Radio programme

A new programme on the effects of emigration on rural football clubs will focus extensively on Achill GAA

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Huge interest in Elma Walsh talk at Knock Novena

Annual Knock Novena crosses the halfway stage and is now entering the last four days of the nine-day event

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Joe Maxi raises funds and awareness

Ballyhaunis taxi driver Joe Freeley raised money for a suicide prevention service by asking leaving cert students to donate money in lieu of a taxi fare.

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Hundreds take part in Achill Relay for Life

The first ice bucket challenge in aid of the Irish Cancer Society took place as part of the Achill Relay for Life event

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Talks on swift conservation during Heritage Week

Conservationist Lynda Huxley will be giving a series of talks around the county on the saving  swifts in Mayo during heritage week

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Ballina’s first Food Fleadh set to cause a stir

‘The Salmon Capital of Ireland’ will host its first Food Fleadh in the military quarter of the market square on August 23

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There has to be a winner here somewhere!

Ballinrobe RacesPictured taking an in-depth look at the form before yesterday evening’s racing at Ballinrobe were, from left: Pat Browne, Swinford; Paddy Murphy, Kilmaine; Francis Moloney, Kiltimagh and Peadar O’Brien, Kiltimagh.

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Suicide problem ‘not being tackled’

Coroner and grieving Ballina father critical of Government who plan to introduce new death certs that omit suicide as cause of death

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