Sligo hit by storm
SLIGO experienced a widespread storm on Thursday last with some coastal roads being flooded.
New project allows people to report racism
A RACIST incident reporting service has been set up in Sligo.
Students protest over timetabling
A GROUP of 168 students protested at St Angela's College on Thursday last. They held the demonstration, which began at 8.30am, over timetabling issues.
MacSharry gets ringing endorsement
Convention poll topper Tom MacSharry is seeking a return to political life after taking a five year break.
31-year-old 'now free from heroin'
THERE was no point jailing a 31-year-old father of one if he were of a mind to reform, said Judge Kevin Kilrane at Sligo District Court. He made the remarks about Keith Murray, who was before the court on several charges.
Unfair dismissal claim by teacher fails at tribunal
A TEACHER said she was humiliated in front of her colleagues when it was announced at a staff meeting that her contract was terminated.
Cawley calls for laws on money lending
PEOPLE are falling deeper and deeper into debt as a result of money lenders.
Senator says there is room for four
CONVENTION chairman Deputy Dara Calleary said he fully understood the frustration of defeated candidate Seamus Kilgannon.
Horses found at Finisklin landfill
STRAY horses were seized from a landfill in Finisklin recently.
Kilgannon loses out in convention controversy
CONTROVERSY erupted at the Fianna Fáil local election selection convention on Sunday when former councillor Seamus Kilgannon lost out.