Sligo lifestyle in pictures
Jim Hurley Hips, the fruits of wild roses, were in great abundance this autumn and as the short, often damp and usually gloomy days of winter approach the rose hips that still adorn wayside bushes bear testament to the fine weather we enjoyed last summer.
Pete Wedderburn Suffocation must be an awful way to die. Last month, this was the fate of eleven Irish ex-racing greyhounds on a ferry that was transporting them from Rosslare to Cherbourg.
For the best part of the last decade, FIFA has held the mantle for dominance over the world of the football-sim. While the fact that the FIFA series is still undoubtably the holder of that crown is undeniable, the largely dormant PES series is starting to make some serious waves again.
A group of students from Mercy College are to represent Ireland in Vienna in a European...News
It was an emotional cause, but perhaps some positives can be taken. On Sunday afternoon, a vigil was held at Sligo Southern Hotel...News
Gardai say they are keeping an open mind on the cause...News
A Gurteen man is working with an Irish charity in the...News
"It only takes a half hour out of 24 to give blood," says Brian Mulligan who...News
A Garda Commissioner has told how he had to fight off a man who tried to enter his...News
Sligo County Council has until next week to come up...News
A 22 year old woman who wants to become a careworker 'glassed' a young man in a city centre street in the early hours of the...News
A 54-year-old man who suffered back injuries in a head-on collision was awarded damages of €60,900 at the High Courtsitting at Sligo...News
There were scenes of celebration in Ballytivnan...News