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Hopes raised for Dalgan jobs

Hopes are high that 20 jobs feared lost following a business closure in Shrule will be saved by new management.

No cloud over Castlebar jobs promise says company’s solicitor

Shareholders in other Conway companies threaten legal action over the return of their investments

Total solar eclipse ‘awe-inspiring’ for Achill man

Total solar eclipse ‘awe-inspiring’ for Achill man

An Achill man who was in the Faroe Islands to witness the total solar eclipse described the experience as ‘awe-inspiring’

Transatlantic cable could ‘transform north Mayo’

A foreshore licence for a sub-sea fibre optic cable for Killala has been lodged with the Department of Environment

Our man in The White House

Our man in The White House

New York businessman David McCormack, a Castlebar native, was invited to The White House on St Patrick’s Day

 

 

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