The Mayo News

Saturday
Oct 25th
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home NEWS News
header_news

Bould Biddy’s winds down after 17 years

Breege Kilroy brought the shutters down on iconic Westport pub Bould Biddy’s for the last time on October 8

Read more...
 

Glory days

Ballintubber footballers Stephen Broderick and Cillian O’Connor celebrate after Sunday’s Mayo SFC final victory over arch-rivals Castlebar Mitchels. 

Read more...

Garda couple’s attackers set to avoid jail

Four men plead guilty to attacking two off-duty gardaí, knocking one unconscious, on a street in Charlestown

Read more...

Castlebar clamping causes fury on Facebook

Mayo News readers take to Facebook to vent their frustration at an aggressive clamping regime in some Castlebar car parks

 

Read more...

Retired garda in ‘very serious’ condition following fall

A retired Garda who fell in Castlebar in the early hours of Sunday night remains in intensive care

Read more...

Farmers opposed to disruption of Sea2Summit – IFA

The Chairman of Mayo IFA believes that any disruption of Sea2Summit by farmers will be a ‘step in the wrong direction’

Read more...

Call for tax reliefs for group water schemes

Tax reliefs and allowances should be given group-water-scheme members as well as Irish Water customers, says Calleary

Read more...

Vigilance urged after burglary spate

An appeal for vigilance in the wider area around Westport has been made, after another spate of burglaries in recent weeks

Read more...

New Westport to Turlough N5 road in jeopardy

Judicial review proceedings have been initiated in the High Court against An Bord Pleanála-approved route for new N5 road

Read more...

Curate revelations prompt questions about celibacy

Father Kevin Hegarty says Church needs to reflect on priesthood, sexuality and the imposition of compulsory celibacy

Read more...

Broadband superhighway to run from Bellanaboy to Athenry

Shell investment in broadband infrastructure will help ‘light up the North West’, says Taoiseach

Read more...

Nally still fears safety ten years on

Cross farmer Padraig Nally has said the he fears for his safety ten years on from his shooting a trespasser on his land

Read more...

Westport publicans call time on closure rumours

Talk of a terminal malaise in Westport’s pub trade are wide of the mark according to some local publicans

Pensioner facing ‘substantial’ social welfare fraud charges

A 68-year-old Castlebar man faces a total of 121 charges in connection with alleged social welfare fraud

Read more...

‘Career thief’ stole two power washers

A woman with 71 previous convictions appeared in Castlebar Circuit Court charged with two counts of theft

Read more...

Foxford man grew over €12,000 worth of cannabis

A Foxford man was given a three-year suspended prison term after 60 cannabis plants were  found in his home

Read more...

New culinary cap for An Port Mór

The Westport restaurant owner, Frankie Mallon has won yet another prestigious award, this time as Best Seafood Chef

Read more...

Louisburgh woman’s pride at son’s ordination

A Louisburgh native has spoke of her pride at the ordination of her son to the priesthood in Mullingar

Read more...

Property market in county ‘picking up’

A Victorian residence in Kilalla is among a clutch of Mayo properties that will go up for auction on October 22

Read more...
  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »
Page 1 of 140

 

 

Fans

Random Story

‘The Unlikely Taoiseach’ launched in Castlebar
Political journalist John Downing’s career biography of Taoiseach Enda Kenny was launched last week

 

Election 2014

Download our 24-page Election 2014 supplement – reports, analysis, opinion, tallies, colour and more

cheap ms office 2007