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Search stood down for Irishman who got into difficulty in Canadian lake
David Gavin moved to Vancouver with his girlfriend Ciara in February of this year.
Dunnes Stores ordered to pay €12,500 to widowed mother-of-six in discrimination case
The WRC found that the woman was discriminated against because she is a Traveller.
Man in his 60s dies in Mayo quad bike farm incident
Gardaí say the man was found under a quad bike and was pronounced dead at the scene.
28 shots on goal with no reward - the day Mayo nearly came unstuck this summer
Stephen Rochford reflects on Mayo surviving a massive scare in the qualifiers.
'A gifted, humble, kind, person': Memorial to man who went missing after diving into Canadian lake
David Gavin from Castlebar in Mayo went missing at the end of June.
Man was malnourished and severely dehydrated before death at Áras Attracta
An inquest heard that staff at the centre did all they could treat him.
Man given life sentence for the murder of two elderly brothers in Mayo
The jury deliberated for 1 hour and 42 minutes on the verdict.
Man accused of murdering elderly brothers didn't have mental disorder but was intoxicated, psychiatrist tells court
Forensic psychiatrist Dr Brenda Wright began giving evidence for the State yesterday.
'It will put us on the map': Castlebar shop owner thrilled at selling winning Euromillions ticket
The winner of the €29 million jackpot has decided not to go public for now.
Mayo man admits killing elderly brothers but pleads not guilty to murder
Alan Cawley has admitted to killing Thomas Blaine and John (Jack) Blaine in Castlebar in 2013.
Trio charged with 'serious and prolonged' late-night Garda assault in Mayo remanded on bail
The attack, which happened on Easter Sunday, left one Garda hospitalised.
Mayo pensioner, found asleep in car with dog while engine was running, was six times over legal limit
72-year-old Michael Costello has been banned from driving for three years. He claimed to have pulled in after becoming “overcome with sadness”.
Reilly to referee Mayo game for first time since controversial 2014 All-Ireland semi-final replay
Reilly will take charge of the match between Mayo and Donegal.
WATCH: Otter visits Tesco in Castlebar
The animal is thought to have come from nearby Lough Lannagh.
Gardaí in Mayo seeking public's help to trace man missing since 6 February
Ronnie Maloney is described as 6’2″ in height, has short hair and speaks with an English accent.
Mayo forward leaves senior squad due to work commitments
Alan Freeman informed manager Stephen Rochford last Sunday.
This takeaway in Castlebar got an urgent chip request from a 'downtrodden husband'
“The wife is going to kill me.”
A fruit-and-veg shop in Castlebar has a special deal on oranges to welcome President Trump
“Really, truly, some great deals.”
What do you make of the new Mayo GAA jersey?
The launch took place today in Castlebar.
'Disillusioned and concerned': Midwives to start industrial action over staff shortages
They have voted in favour of action up to and including the complete withdrawal of labour.
Travellers protest in Mayo after Syrian refugee family accommodated in local authority house
Up to eight members of the Traveller community have been protesting outside Mayo County Council this afternoon.
Corofin avenge Castlebar defeats to claim extra-time win and reach Connacht senior final
The Galway club are back in a provincial decider.
Enda Kenny tells constituency colleagues he's not going anywhere
Kenny has in the past insisted he will not lead Fine Gael into another election.
Enda Kenny announces 100% fibre-optic broadband for his hometown
Castlebar, Co Mayo, is just one of 50 towns which will soon be benefitting from a super fast broadband network.
Boil water notice lifted for almost 50,000 people in Mayo
It affected several areas including Castlebar, Westport and Claremorris.
Two men arrested after robberies at bookies in Athlone and Castlebar
The man threatened staff with a knife in the Athlone incident.
A restaurant in Castlebar is making the most of the boil water notice
“Can we get a jug of wine for the table please? Tap wine is fine”.
Mayo councillor objects to Educate Together, calling its schools 'elitist'
The school is due to open in September, with seven children already enrolled.
Mother to wait 11 months for 'early intervention' appointment for daughter with autism
Waiting lists for occupational and speech therapy appointments are at breaking point around the country.
Garda stabbed while making an arrest awarded €1.1 million in damages
It is believed to be a record award.
Ballyboden breakthrough, Dublin veterans glory and Durcan back from Qatar
A look at the talking points from today’s club football decider.
All-Ireland club football glory for Ballyboden with 13-point win over Castlebar
The Dublin side laid the foundations for victory in the first-half.
9 reasons why Ballina is way, way better than Castlebar
The battle of Mayo’s biggest towns.
'Up Fianna Fáil, we're back!': How the party reclaimed 'Fine Gael country'
The recovery that happened wasn’t the one Fine Gael had in mind.
Re-elected Enda Kenny: "Democracy is always exciting - but merciless"
Kenny admits FG-Lab coalition is out but won’t be pressed on linking with Fianna Fáil.
Enda Kenny hits out at 'All Ireland champion whingers' in his constituency of Castlebar
The Taoiseach made the comments at a rally in Mayo yesterday evening.
Poll: Who do you think will win the All-Ireland senior club football title?
The semi-finals take place next Saturday.
Dublin edge out Mayo in Division 1 dogfight in Castlebar
A two-point win for Jim Gavin’s side tonight.
15 of the most Mayo things that have ever happened
'Abandoned, remote and neglected': This is the school Educate Together don't want to use
Educate Together says the school is not suitable as it is too far from the town.