Scarred for life
THE FATHER of a young boy who was savagely mauled by a dog on his way to school said that his son is 'scarred for life'.
Egan boundary saga ends as a new wall is erected
HE MAY be battling the bugs and bushtucker trials Down Under, but Kian Egan's three-year legal battle to keep his wall is over.
Knocking estates 'is not straightforward'
The knocking and clearing of so called 'ghost' estates will not be a straightforward process according to Sligo County Council.
'Gift Hazelwood House to Sligo'
A renewed call has been made for Hazelwood House to be "gifted" to the people of Sligo.
'Ann Marie did Sligo very proud'
ANN Marie O'Neill from South Sligo Macra represented the county at the FBD Queen of the Land Festival.
Enniscrone man Neil wins challenge
HE'S made the most of his grass silage-and won a Today FM Ian Dempsey ski trip as a result.
New ward to give hospital a boost
A new upgraded Oncology and Haematology ward will be opened on Friday in Sligo Regional Hospital.
Goal scorer's winning boots join collection
Sligo Rovers FAI Cup hero Anthony Elding has made a generous parting gesture to the club.
Business minds at Radisson
Some of Ireland's leading business minds will come together to offer advice to up-and-coming entrepreneurs in the North West at an event this Thursday and Friday at the Radisson, Sligo.
Taylor set to host public Q&A session
Local Election candidate Paul Taylor believes now is the time to hear from the people, and what they want from their local representatives.