Connacht News

Mayo group highlights anti-violence campaign

Women from a Ballina community group have taken part in a global campaign promoting solidarity against domestic abuse and all...

Mayo businessmen join forces to create town’s hottest new venue

Two well-known Ballina businessmen have joined forces to create the town’s hottest new food and drinks venue. Gerry Walsh and...

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Prestigious accolade for Mayo native

One of Ireland’s most noted figures in the field of third-level education, Dr Seán M. Rowland was conferred as Professor...

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Fantastic local turnout for launch of Ballina 2023

By Paul O’Malley The programme for Ballina 2023 was officially launched last Tuesday week in the Ballina Arts Centre. There...

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Popular pub and restaurant in Mayo to close at end of month as owners retire

A popular hostelry and eating house in South Mayo is to close at the end of the month. Luke and...

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Three bedroom house in North Mayo for €105k

This property in Crossmolina provides a semi detached three bedroom house with off street parking and gardens to the rear....

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Impressive four bed home is a short stroll from town centre

APP Kirrane Auctioneering are delighted to offer for sale this impressive four bedroom detached property. Located in a friendly and...

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Businesses urged to enter the Sligo Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2022

Businesses across the North West are being invited to enter the Sligo Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards 2022, across...

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Calls on organisations in Co Mayo to apply for water conservation training

Irish Water is calling on companies of all sizes in Co Mayo to apply for its Water Stewardship Programme. It...

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Roots set for ambitious plan to plant 10,000 trees in Mayo town for 2023

The Ballina Community Clean-Up Group has made a start on its ambitious plans to plant over 10,000 trees in the...

Thursday, 01/12/22 - 9:55am Read More

National News

Sinn Féin launches bid to restore Assembly to tackle cost-of-living crisis

By Jonathan McCambridge, PA Sinn Féin has launched another attempt to recall the Stormont Assembly to elect a speaker and...

Taosieach calls state agencies ‘possessive’ over land that could be used for housing

Kenneth Fox The Taoiseach has hit out at State agencies and Government Departments for being “possessive” of land that could...

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Ten suspected of cheating in 2022 Junior Cert as SEC confirms results withheld permanently

Gordon Deegan A total of 10 Junior Cycle students are suspected to have engaged in cheating in this year’s State...

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Gardaí appeal for information about ‘violent’ Monaghan murder

Kenneth Fox Gardaí said they are continuing to investigate the murder of Christopher Mooney (60) that occurred at his home...

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Evidence against Graham Dwyer ‘overwhelming’, State tells appeal

Paul Neilan There is still “overwhelming” evidence against Graham Dwyer to preserve his conviction for the murder of Elaine O’Hara...

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Student climate strikers mark four years of weekly protests outside Dáil

By Michelle Devane, PA Climate Minister Eamon Ryan has described the weekly protests by student climate strikers for the last...

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French film star secures judgment against alleged fraudster in Irish court

High Court reporters Well-known French film star Dany Boon has secured formal High Court judgments against several entities he alleges...

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Former priest who sexually abused child has sentenced extended

Declan Brennan A former parish priest who sexually abused a child parishioner in a “massive breach of trust” has had...

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Irish corporate tax boom breaks more records in November

Reuters Ireland took in more corporation tax in November than it used to collect in entire years a decade ago,...

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Full abortion services to be commissioned in Northern Ireland

By Jonathan McCambridge, PA Full abortion services are to be formally set up in Northern Ireland, the UK government has...

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