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Allergan job losses part of ‘global restructuring’

Allergan Pharmaceuticals Ireland to shed 25 from its Westport facility’s 900-strong workforce

Mayo Abbey mother died from trauma to the head

Inquest hears that Sarah Staunton (28), who was found dead on December 14 last, died from blunt-force trauma to the head

Knock airport future lands on Taoiseach’s lap

Fine Gael Deputy Michelle Mulherin has sent a hard-hitting letter to the Taoiseach about much-needed funding of IWAK

Ballinrobe’s Queen to hit the big screen

Ballinrobe’s Queen to hit the big screen

Ballinrobe’s Rory O’Neill talks to The Mayo News about filming ‘Queen of Ireland', a documentary about his life and his alter-ego Panti Bliss

Food for thought

Food for thought

The taste buds of young and old came alive on Saturday at the Westport Food Village, part of the 2014 Westport Food Festival. Pictured at one of the f...

 

 

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Ring plans to bring Usain Bolt to new Claremorris running track
‘If we have to find €30,000 or €40,000 to charter a plane and bring him here, we’ll do it!’ says Minister Michael Ring

 

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Momentum is crucial for Mayo

FOOTBALL John O’Mahony was the first manager in Ireland to avail of a sports psychologist back in 1989.

 

AUDIO Football Podcast 2014 #7 All-Ireland semi-final review/preview

This week we recorded our Mayo News GAA football podcast shortly after last Sunday’s drawn All Ireland SFC semi-final between Mayo and Kerry at Croke Park.

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