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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

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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

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Yes we can!

Panti Bliss aka Ballinrobe man Rory O’Neill celebrates the result of the Marriage Referendum at Dublin Castle on Saturday evening last.  Panti Bliss aka Ballinrobe man Rory O’Neill celebrates the result of the Marriage Referendum at Dublin Castle on Saturday evening last.

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Anger as storm works delayed

Storm defence works at Carrowholly, Westport will not be built until late 2016, at the earliest due to wildlife concerns

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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

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‘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

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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

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Journey to the west

It was a wet and windy Sunday on the Mayo/Galway border when China’s Premier visited Garvey’s farm for a look around

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Cluddaun wind farm planning blown away

Planning for a 48 turbine wind farm in Moygownagh has been refused by An Bord Pleanala for a number of reasons

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Update on boil water notice expected after meeting

A ‘Outbreak Control Team’ meeting today (Tuesday) will provide an update on the boil water notice in the Westport area

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‘We have walked together hand in hand, into history’

Jean Cross of Yes Equality Mayo spoke after it was revealed from tally figures on Saturday that Mayo was voting Yes

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Inishbiggle island gives big thumbs-down to same-sex marriage

Mayo tally figures showed how different areas voting, with over 80 per cent of voters on Inishbiggle island voting No

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Remembering Gearóid’s smile

Achill parents Cormac and Mary Murphy are keeping their son’s memory alive with a Three Peak Challenge this weekend

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How some dogs go to heaven

A crematorium for pets has opened outside Castlebar and demand is proving strong

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Eileen is up to 90!

Claremorris shopkeeper Eileen Cunniffe is still going strong after 75 years in the family business

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Ballinrobe men told garda they would rape his family

Court hears that two Ballinrobe men told a member of An Garda Síochána that they would rape his wife and daughter

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Man in court for advertising sale of ‘morning after pill’

A man is facing seven charges relating to the advertising of the ‘morning after pill’ online and in a national magazine

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Westport poet on Pigott Prize shortlist at Listowel Writers’s Festival

Ger Reidy’s third collection ‘Before Rain’ is among a prestigious group of finalists for the €5,000 prize

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Claremorris man was over four times legal driving limit

A Claremorris man was last week convicted of drink driving and disqualified from driving for three years

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Knock Airport surviving on ‘carpark charges’ — Cllr Gerry Murray

The future of Knock Airport was discussed at Mayo County Council monthly meeting

 

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

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