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Man ‘off his head’ on drugs broke into butchers

A Ballinrobe man broke into a butchers while he was high Claremorris District Court heard last week

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Sealed with a kiss

Newly married couple Colm Connor and Jenny Skeffington, from Ballyheane, Castlebar, met up with outgoing GAA President Liam O’Neill, and the Sam Maguire Cup, on a tour of Croke Park last Friday.

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Achill octogenarian’s river miracle

Achill 86-year-old unscathed after car rolled down embankment and into a river, trapping him upside down for over an hour

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Tragic Swinford student brought home for burial

GMIT student was missing for three days after socialising with friends in Galway

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Claremorris lotto winner has until Friday to claim €2.9m jackpot

A potential Mayo lotto winner has until the end of the week to present their winning ticket to the National Lottery

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Louisburgh man dies in Boston roof fall

A Louisburgh man living in the Boston region died over the weekend after he fell from a factory roof

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Road to recovery continues in Castlebar for Fine Gael

Despite predicted protests, Party conference passes off peacefully in An Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s home town

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Ballycroy singer in Voice finals

Ballycroy singer Nicola Lynch has made it through to the live finals of The Voice of Ireland

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Mixed reaction to viewing platform for Keem Bay

Proposed glass-bottomed viewing platform at Keem Bay, Achill, is expected to face some opposition

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Small schools are ‘central to communities’ – Taoiseach

Enda Kenny has welcomed the Government’s approval of a new teacher-pupil ratio and retention schedule for small schools

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Three Mayo schools to keep teachers following announcement

Three schools in Mayo will keep a teacher this year following the announcement of the new retention scheme schedule

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Dublin dealer sentenced to eight months in prison

A Dublin native with an address in Hollymount was sentenced to eight months’ imprisonment for the sale and supply of drugs

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Westport Town Hall fundraising draw launched

Car to be raffled in final final fundraising push for the soon-to-be-opened new Town Hall in Westport

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Lyme campaigner to hold Westport fundraiser

Table quiz fundraiser to be held in Matt Molloy’s in aid of Westport woman Elaine Griffin’s ‘Elaine Fights Lyme’ campaign

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Foxford man steals limelight on Graham Norton Show

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.

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Making an entrance

Chad (Louis Brennan) is pictured making a dramatic entrance during last Sunday’s performance by Ballinrobe Musical Society of ‘All Shook Up’.

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Mayo councillors’ 2014 expenses exceed €1.2 million

Breakdown reveals golden handshakes account for over €354k, while conferences and training cost the taxpayer over €72k

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Kenny comes home with ministerial army

Blue tsunami of ministers to meet many sectors over weekend as the Fine Gael National Conference is held in Castlebar

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Thousands of delegates, and protesters, to attend FG Conference

Up to 2,000 Fine Gael delegates and 1,000 protesters are expected in Castlebar over the weekend for the party conference

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Seven-day eircom outage causes chaos for Westport businesses

National Roads Authority works caused extensive damage to the broadband and phone cables, according to eircom

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Childcare workers call for greater investment ahead of national rally

Childcare workers say they are being treated like ‘glorified babysitters’ and are calling for greater Government investment

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