Sheep savaged

A CREGGS farmer has condemned dog owners who fail to control their animals after two ewes and five lambs were savaged and killed last week. The Herald understands that up to thirty sheep have been killed in the Creggs area...

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Wind turbine storm

Roscommon councillors have voted for “the will of people” and have insisted that a 1.5km separation distance between wind turbines and residential dwellings remain as part of the county development plan despite serious objections by the county manager. There were...

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Hopes of jobs boost for Boyle

There are fresh hopes of a much needed jobs boost for Boyle with the news that terms have been agreed...

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U-21s have talent to leave high-flying Rebels without a cause

Roscommon U-21 manager Nigel Dineen will be hoping that his charges can upset Cork in Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final. Pic: INPHO
CADBURY ALL-IRELAND FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI-FINAL PREVIEW:   Now comes the hard part. Having ruthlessly exposed a limited Leitrim team in...

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Fallon turns tide towards Dysart

Dysart players and supporters celebrate Sunday's historic Premier Division League success.
              Ballaghaderreen FC…………….1 Dysart FC……………………….3 Norio’s Takeaway Premier Division Ian Cooney at Ballaghaderreen Community...

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Ballinagare widow traumatised by theft from grave

Kathleen Travers pictured at Drummin Cemetery, Ballinagare.
A traumatised Ballinagare woman has appealed to the public for help in tracking down the “low minded” thieves who stole...

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More Ciara McCaughley

More Ciara McCaughley

McHugh sets tone for facile league victory

Positives despite defeat in Cavan

Hundreds join in search for missing angler

Woman fatally injured in Cornafulla crash

Red mist in Athleague as four sent off

‘Hype got to the players’ – Dineen

Convent girls crowned camogie queens