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Gardaí believe burglars may be using Greenway

Gardaí investigating burglaries in the Westport area believe thieves may be using the Greenway to scope out homes

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Museum ‘confident’ future is secure despite financial cutbacks

Board Chairman responds to Mayo News revelations of financial troubles

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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 food demonstrations were Westport youngsters Roselle O’Toole, Amy Gibbons and Glenn O’Toole. 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 food demonstrations were Westport youngsters Roselle O’Toole, Amy Gibbons and Glenn O’Toole.

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Fears for future of Turlough museum

National Museum of Ireland – Country Life may be in jeopardy due to serious funding shortfall

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Council agrees to 3 percent reduction in Property Tax levy

Mayo County Councillors agreed to reduce the Property Tax levy for 2015 by 3 percent despite executive objections

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Picketing hill farmers threaten to ‘step up’ campaign

Concerned Hill Farmer Action Group organises daily protests against collective agreement outside Kenny’s Castlebar office

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Ballina residents fear further flooding

With tides predicted to hit 5.4 metres this December, Ballina residents fear they’ll be flooded again this Christmas

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Westport scoops another Tidy Towns award

Westport wins again, scooping the Tidiest Large Town in Ireland in the national awards, but Kilkenny wins the big prize

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Tubs lends a hand in Cong

Ryan Tubridy will have an impression of his hands cast in bronze and put on display permanently in Cong this October

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Shrule’s Maria blooms on Late Late

Rose of Tralee and Shrule native Maria Walsh appeared on The Late Late Show on Friday night last.

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Double delight five times on Kiltimagh farm

Farmer delighted with good fortune as five out of his 13 Charolais cows deliver twin calves and all are ‘doing mighty’

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Mayo island up for sale

Duvillaun Beg island off the coast of Belmullet is among the Mayo properties to be auctioned in Dublin on September 16

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Hill farmers welcome Brussels clarification on GLAS

Hill farmers have welcomed the prospect of a meeting with members of the European Commission regarding their concerns

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Bonniconlon man named Young Farmer of Year

Bonniconlon man Seán O’Donnell was named the FBD Young Farmer of the Year in Cork last week

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Man dead for several weeks before found

Man, believed to have been in his 70s, found dead in his apartment in Knockranny, Westport

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Shock at tragic passing of Jonathan Burke

THE Carramore-Taugheen rocked by the news of the death of 24-year-old Jonathan Burke of Cloonaugh, Taugheen

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Castlebar 50-metre pool must be carefully considered – Chambers

Castlebar Fianna Fáil Cllr Lisa Chambers has huge concerns about the cost of a 50-metre pool for the town

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Knock Airport continues to break records

Booming Knock Airport sees 20 percent rise in traffic, but new Shannon Group plc poses stiff competition

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‘Golden Girls’ back in the homestead

The O’Toole sisters from Thallabawn near Louisburgh are home from England and staying together in their family home

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