A Ballinrobe man broke into a butchers while he was high Claremorris District Court heard last week
A potential Mayo lotto winner has until the end of the week to present their winning ticket to the National Lottery
Despite predicted protests, Party conference passes off peacefully in An Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s home town
Enda Kenny has welcomed the Government’s approval of a new teacher-pupil ratio and retention schedule for small schools
Three schools in Mayo will keep a teacher this year following the announcement of the new retention scheme schedule
A Foxford man became a viral hit at the weekend when he outed himself as a Fifty Shades of Grey reader on The Graham Norton Show.
Breakdown reveals golden handshakes account for over €354k, while conferences and training cost the taxpayer over €72k
Up to 2,000 Fine Gael delegates and 1,000 protesters are expected in Castlebar over the weekend for the party conference
National Roads Authority works caused extensive damage to the broadband and phone cables, according to eircom
Childcare workers say they are being treated like ‘glorified babysitters’ and are calling for greater Government investment
|Man who abused gardaí claims he was spiked|
A 55 year old man who abused gardaí has told Castlebar District Court he has no recollection of events.