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Westport man to climb the Reek for Brain Tumour Ireland

Kenneth Gannon, who lost both his parents to brain tumours, will climb Croagh Patrick this Saturday for Brain Tumour Ireland

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Proud as punch

Pictured at the Mayo Ploughing Championship in Kilmaine on Sunday was Anne Jennings from Irishtown with her two dogs. ‘Gizelle’, on the right, was Champion Dog of the Show at the Ploughing.

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Burglary breakthrough

Thieves traced to Sligo after suspicious-activity report sparks intense garda investigation

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Credit unions criticised for using private investigators

Judge brands credit unions’ use of private investigators in debt-collection ‘unsavoury’, saying it made her feel ‘queasy’

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More sun promised this week

Sun worshippers set to take advantage of the good weather forecast for the west

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Overcrowding in cancer day ward at MGH criticised by HIQA

Taoiseach is disappointed by ‘inadequacies’ highlighted by the report which was made after an unannounced visit in March

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Availability of ambulance ruled out as factor in retired garda’s death

An inquest into the death of a retired garda heard that the injuries he sustained from a fall were not survivable

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Open verdict recorded in car fire death

Inquest hears that petrol spilling onto hot engine may have caused the car fire that claimed life of 34 year old

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Rehab withdraws application for second lotto licence

Judge says Rehab’s application for second lotto licence in Castlebar was ‘verging on the improper’

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Tractor driver banned for causing seven-mile tailback

A tractor driver was disqualified from driving for one year after he caused a tailback of between 80 and 100 vehicles

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Castlebar and Ballyhaunis credit unions to merge

Ballyhaunis and Castlebar Credit Unions are to merge, but members are assured it’s business as usual

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Independent candidates to be announced in May

The candidates who will seek an Independent nomination for the next General Election will be announced on May 2

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Ballina man buys aviation group

Ballina man Padraig Jordan has bought aircraft maintenance specialist Atlantic Aviation Group

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Prisoner forced to get judge’s direction to help him get clean

A judge has described as ‘shocking’ that a prisoner was forced to get a judge’s direction for voluntary urinalysis

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Jordan is captain fantastic for Davitt College footballers

Meet the Castlebar teen who does not allow autism to hold him back, on or off the football field

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Westport secondary school to get €900,000 upgrade

Rice College in Westport is to receive over €900,000 in funding for new classrooms and facilities

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From Balla to Windsor Castle via Afghanistan

Balla man Declan Lynn was honoured with a MBE by the Queen last week for services in Afghanistan

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Westport House puts famine letters on show

Treasure trove of letters bring new focus on feminine legacy at historic Westport House

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No contact between Council and Irish Water over development levies

Council says it has had no contact from Irish Water regarding the transfer of development levies to the semi-state company

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Lincoln’s legacy explored

American historian Professor Brian Schoen to present lecture on Lincoln in Hotel Westport this Friday

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RNLI to give it some welly during May bank-holiday

The RNLI is encouraging people to show their support by donating, buying and wearing a yellow welly pin badge

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