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Unlawful killing verdict in inquest of Chada brothers

Kathleen Chada pays tribute to people of Mayo at inquest into their deaths

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Islanders urge Government to reverse cut in core funding

Grant addresses ‘social exclusion and isolation’ and ensures equality for non-Gaeltacht islands

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Mayo News named European Newspaper of the Year

The Mayo News has scooped the prestigious European Newspaper of the Year award for a second time – unprecedented for a local newspaper

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Solar phenomena

IT may be the dark season of Samhain but singer Luka Bloom’s sensitive ‘Sunny Sailor Boy’ ensured a rippling breeze from the audience in historic Westport House for the launch of the Rolling Sun Book Festival.

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Allergan sells for $66 billion

News of the sale of Botox-maker Allergan to Actavis is seen as good news for Westport facility, where 900 are employed

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Council wants rate equalisation over three years

The Executive of Mayo County Council proposes to bring the rates of the former town councils in line over three years

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Sinn Féin accused of ‘shenanigans’ during budget vote

Sinn Féin’s rejection of proposed amendments to the County Council’s budget met with derision

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Response to petrol stretching fuels anger

The people of Swinford feel that nothing has been done to bring those involved in petrol stretching to justice

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Council reveals plan to deal with the ‘Beast from the East’

Mayo County Council has detailed its winter road plan, with national and secondary routes to be prioritised 

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One in six Mayo homes fails radon test

In tests for radon, 17 percent of 4,400 Mayo houses showed ‘unacceptable’ levels of the cancer-causing gas

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Town hall ‘essential’ for Ballinrobe community

Plans for a new town hall in Ballinrobe were presented to members of the public last week

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Commonage farmers happy after Commission meeting

Sheep farmers say a meeting with European officials heading the European Development Programme was ‘extremely positive’

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Taoiseach must address latest MGH cutbacks – Kilcoyne

GPs throughout the county were sent letters to advise them of cutbacks at the Clinical Radiology Department

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Inquest returns misadventure verdict in Aughagower man’s death

An inquest into the death of a 26-year-old man in Aughagower last July recorded a verdict of misadventure on Monday

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Verdict of misadventure in Aughagower woman’s death

A verdict of death by misadventure was recorded in the inquest into the death of a 60-year-old Aughagower woman last May.

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Ballina fraudster to pay €2k to Achill charities

A Ballina man who was convicted of cheque fraud has been ordered to give €2,000 to  charities to avoid a conviction

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When an Aussie mobster was on the run in Westport

An Australian mobster made headline news in The Mayo News 30 years ago after hiding out in Westport under a false name

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Man’s body discovered two weeks after death

An inquest into the death of a 70-year-old man has heard that the man was dead two weeks before his body was found

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Pipe bombs discovered on Castlebar waste-ground

Gardaí awaiting forensic examination before sending file to DPP

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N5 dual-carriageway to Westport gets green light for construction

Taoiseach welcomes resolution of court proceedings that delayed the progress of the €160 million project

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Mayo towns urged to follow winning Westport model

The Westport model would benefit the whole county if other towns and communities emulated its approach, says councillor

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An open house and busy stations

The tradition of house stations is alive and well in South Mayo. Willie McHugh reports from Houndswood.

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