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Hill farmers to launch new farming organisation in Mayo

The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association are to hold their Mayo launch in the Castlecourt Hotel, in Westport on Monday

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Community campaigner reflects on Corrib controversy

Retired teacher Micheál Ó Seighin, one of the Rossport Five, speaks to Áine Ryan as the Corrib Gas Project nears completion

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Rosaries, repossessions and courtroom chaos

Marguerite Corbett and Gerry O’Boyle of The Land League and members of Integrity Ireland outside Castlebar Courthouse yesterday. Five repossession orders issued in turbulent sitting of the Registrar’s Court in Castlebar yesterday

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Nearly half of Mayo students say they will emigrate

A survey has found that 48 percent of Mayo secondary students believe they will have to emigrate to find work

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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.

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No cloud over Castlebar jobs promise says company’s solicitor

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

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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’

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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

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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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Disgust at cruel drowning of dog in Ballina

Reward offered for information on the cruel drowning of a young dog in a river in Ballina last week

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Injured climber thanks rescuers after Reek fall

A woman who was rescued from Croagh Patrick has thanked all those involved in the rescue

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Fianna Fáil in disarray following convention cancellation

Fianna Fáil’s pre-General Election plans has been thrown into dissaray following the cancellation of its selection convention

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Independent candidates to be unveiled by end of April

First Independent Mayo will announce a list of potential election candidates by April 20

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Taoiseach to unveil Ballina war monument

A war memorial dedicated to the men from the Ballina region who died during World War I will be unveiled by An Taoiseach

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Westport’s Octagon gets explanatory plaque

A new plaque outlines the story of The Octagon, Westport

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Drink-driving charge dismissed due to handcuffing

A Manulla man has avoided a drink driving conviction after his arrest was deemed unlawful by a District Court judge

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Walkers to take Pilgrim Path from Aghamore to Balla

The Well to Well Walk starts at St Patrick’s Holy Well, Aghamore, and finishes at the well at the Round Tower, Balla

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Damage to Taoiseach’s office politically motivated

A man pleaded guilty to three offences relating to damage caused to the constituency office of An Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

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Claremorris councillors given parking-charges ‘mandate’

A petition calling for one-hour free parking in Claremorris has been signed by 6,000 people.

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