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‘Spartacus in a sports-jacket’

Reine Staunton’s eulogy on her father celebrates a man who’s public person was a simple extension of a devoted family man

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Thousands bid fond farewell to Westport’s Seán Staunton

Large crowds filled St Mary’s Church, Westport, and lined the streets of the town to say a final goodbye to a much-loved man

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Seán Staunton, community man with a broad vision

Áine Ryan looks back on the life and career of the late Seán Staunton – politician, editor, community man

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Farmers vent fury at ‘Minister for Spin’ Coveney

MEPs tell meeting that Dublin, not Europe, is preventing the scrapping of collective agreement on joining GLAS

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200 silage bales slashed in field

Erris-based agri-contractor’s 200 silage bales, worth an estimated €5,000, were destroyed in a ‘malicious’ act

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Father of nine (62) gets jail for possession of cannabis

A father of nine was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment after he was found in possession of €3,000 of cannabis

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Couple in court after holiday row

A Chilean lifeguard appeared in court last week charged with the unlawful taking of his girlfriend’s car.

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National Museum of Ireland attracts over 1m visitors

Free admission is one of the key factors in success of museums, the  Director Raghnall Ó Floinn said

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Memories of a great man

Seán Rice pays tribute to the late Seán Staunton, his former colleague and lifelong friend

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Council officer raises concerns about transport document

A senior official with Mayo County Council has expressed concerns about a transport document’s consequences for Mayo

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IFA president told to ‘get up off his backside’

The national leadership of the IFA has once again come under severe criticism from hill farmers and politicians

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Time Coveney started to listen and consult with farmers

COMMENT Last Thursday’s meeting of hill farmers proves they are not for lying down over collective agreement

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Achill girl (8) raises money by donating hair to charity

A young Achill girl has raised close to €400 for a children’s cancer charity after cutting off 14 inches of her hair

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Mother arrested after deemed danger to self

A Castlebar mother was arrested in June last after gathered deemed her a danger to herself and others

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Ballina internet academic honoured by UCC

A Ballina man who is a leading authority on the internet will receive a coveted award from University College Cork

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Knock neighbours swear to keep the peace

Two feuding neighbours agree to withdraw charges against each other and live peacefully side by side in Knock

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HSE staff in Mayo launch annual Bronntanas Appeal

Mayo HSE staff’s annual toy appeal has ensured hundreds of children receive presents at Christmas time

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Castlebar Musical and Dramatic Society presents ‘Oklahoma!’

The curtains will rise on Castlebar Musical and Dramatic Society’s inaugural production, ‘Oklahoma!’ next week

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Ballinrobe Races announce major new sponsor for 2015 

Vaughan Shoes is the new title sponsor of Ballinrobe Racecourse’s 2015 flagship summer fixture on June 23

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Unlawful killing verdict in inquest of Chada brothers

Kathleen Chada pays tribute to people of Mayo at inquest into their deaths

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Islanders urge Government to reverse cut in core funding

Grant addresses ‘social exclusion and isolation’ and ensures equality for non-Gaeltacht islands

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The tradition of house stations is alive and well in South Mayo. Willie McHugh reports from Houndswood.

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