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Mulranny and Bertra regain Blue Flag status

Mulranny and Bertra regain Blue Flag status

LATEST Two of Mayo’s most iconic beaches - Mulranny and Bertra - have regained their Blue Flag status having lost it last year

Updated boil notice for Westport

Updated boil notice for Westport

LATEST Irish Water have announced that an alternative supply of drinking water is being provided to certain parts of Westport

Rory says maybe to Mayo

Leading gay rights activist Rory O’Neill has told The Mayo News that he would not rule out getting married in Mayo

‘Twenty two years ago we were criminals, today we are leaders in the world’

‘Twenty two years ago we were criminals, today we are leaders in the world’

The Yes vote on the Marriage Referendum was met with joy by married couple Marina Tuffy and Cynthia Silva

Beekeepers, bakers, scarecrows and fairies at Féile na Tuaithe

Beekeepers, bakers, scarecrows and fairies at Féile na Tuaithe

Future of National Museum of Country Life at Turlough Park is confirmed by Director at record-breaking festival

 

 

Westport Bluegrass Festival

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Lucky escape for driver in Cross lorry collision

A man was lucky to escape unharmed yesterday (Monday) after the lorry he was driving left the road in Cross village, hitting a bridge.

 

Meditating on men’s questions

Westport’s Men’s Shed is a busy hive of activity but urgently needs a new home

 

A swarm defence and a thriller in Mayo

FOOTBALL Seán Rice saw Castlebar Mitchels beat Ballaghaderreen and Kiltane edge out Shrule/Glencorrib.

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