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Ghost on the stairs photographed at Wicklow Jail

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Ghost on the stairs photographed at Wicklow Jail

TYRONE

Local government in Dungannon ushered in a new era last week, with Sinn Fein councilor, Michelle O'Neill, elected as the council's first ever female Mayor.

Local government in Dungannon ushered in a new era last Monday, with Sinn Fein councilor, Michelle O'Neill, due to be elected as the council's first ever female Mayor.
(Source: Tyrone Today)

WATERFORD

Challenges have been coming fast and thick for a Tramore father of three who has twice won his battle against cancer and the week before last wrote himself into the record books with a marathon record-breaking paddle across the Irish Sea.

Brian Fanning, who resides at Roselawn, Tramore, and his long time friend and kayaking companion, Mick O’Meara, also from Tramore, were the record holders having already paddled from Rosslare to Wales in 10 hours and 17 minutes back in 2002.
(Source: Waterford News & Star)

WESTMEATH

Athlone TD Mary O'Rourke has criticized the portrayal of Athlone in last week's special edition of the RTE Prime Time program, which was broadcast from the town.

Deputy O'Rourke was in the audience for the live program hosted by Miriam O'Callaghan but was not asked to contribute to the discussion at any stage.
(Source: The Westmeath Independent)

WEXFORD

Former inter-county hurler Greg Jacob from Davidstown has apologized last week for taking part in X-rated film with British porn star Tanya Tate.
(Source: The Wexford People)

WICKLOW

A hardened psychic regarded as one of the best at his job in the country has been moved to tears by ghostly spirits haunting Wicklow's Historic Gaol recently. The image has been the subject of controversy recently.
(Source: The Wicklow People)

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