Cathaoirleach of Westport Town Council, Cllr Ollie Gannon, purchases a book of stamps from Brian Spicer of An Post on his final day of work at Westport Post Office before retirement after 42 years of service.
Chinese men jailed for six years as Mayo’s Garda Drugs Unit head confirms there were 21 drug busts in county last year
Neighbours ‘living in misery’ because of behaviour of 27-year-old who continued to drink and hold house parties which breached conditions of order
There was great excitement in Currane in Achill last week as a London businessman with strong links to the area touched down in his helicopter to pay a visit
THE fate of the street over Westport’s main bridge remains in the balance this week, after elected members declined to decide whether it should be reduced to one lane or remain as two.
Davitts footballer David McDonagh has been appointed principal of Ballyhaunis Community School, assume his new role at the start of the school year in September.
Speculation surrounds future of Ashford Castle ownership as rumours circulate that his daughter stayed in the locality last weekend
There was much debate surrounding the position of a 50ft statue in Westport last week, with the Cathaoirleach suggesting could be placed atop of the town’s Octagon.
The perpetrators of sexual crimes against a 14-year-old girl will each serve a one year jail term with the remainder of their sentences suspended by Judge Carmel Stewart.
Slash hooks, an axe and knives were among the objects produced at a Claremorris funeral in 2011, a court has heard
A Castlebar man with 44 previous convictions who threatened a garda at his house has escaped with a suspended sentence
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| Masks were the order of the day at the Breaffy House Resort last Friday night for the Valentine’s Masquerade Ball in aid of the Irish Cancer Society.