‘My family feared I was going to die’

James Cox For many, long Covid is just something they have read or heard about in passing but people all across the country are suffering with the condition and the uncertainty it brings. As doctors and researchers learn more about...

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Mayo community has long-standing boil water notice lifted

Following consultation with the Health Service Executive (HSE), Irish Water can confirm that the Boil Water Notice impacting customers supplied by the Clare Island Public Water Supply has been lifted with immediate effect and the water is safe to drink....

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Mayo criminals use facemasks as a disguise

Face masks are proving to be a useful disguise for shoplifters. Supt Joe McKenna told a meeting of the Mayo...

Sunday, 26/09/21 - 12:46am Read More

Missing man is found safe and well

Nicolas Couch has been located safe and well. He had been missing from the Athenry area of Galway since September...

Friday, 24/09/21 - 5:31pm Read More

Residents terrorised during All-Ireland Final day riot

House and car windows were smashed during an ‘all-out battle’ in a Castlebar housing estate. Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne read...

Friday, 24/09/21 - 2:42pm Read More

Stunning private Mayo island sold

Build and they will come; but golfer Nick Faldo never managed it on the Mayo island of Bartragh, as the...

Friday, 24/09/21 - 1:43pm Read More

Ballina native named new chief of Law Society of Ireland

A native of Ballina is set to become the new director-general of the Law Society. Mark Garrett, who is currently...

Friday, 24/09/21 - 12:36pm Read More

Live music takes centre stage at Ballina Fringe Festival next month

Ballina band, Billow Wood
Live music is back in from the cold this autumn, and Ballina Fringe Festival is making the most of it!...

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North Mayo water supply secured with mains upgrade completion

There’s good news for Mayo’s water network with more than 4km of ageing and damaged water mains replaced in Attymass....

Friday, 24/09/21 - 9:46am Read More

Finance secured for €150m Mayo wind farm project

Bord na Móna and ESB have announced that financial close has been reached on the €150m Oweninny project in North Mayo. ...

Friday, 24/09/21 - 9:14am Read More

Government urged to “see sense” on National Park name change

Mayo TDs expressed their anger in the Dáil this afternoon over the decision to rename Mayo’s only national park. Previously...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 5:14pm Read More

Gardaí make public appeal for missing person

Gardaí are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of Nicolas Couch, 39 years, who is missing from the...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 4:22pm Read More

Renaming of National Park to be discussed in the Dáil today

The controversial renaming of Ballycroy National Park to Wild Nephin National Park is to be discussed in the Dáil in...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 3:01pm Read More

‘Revolutionary Doctors’ memorabilia on display at museum

The Jackie Clarke Collection has unveiled two new display cabinets of ‘Revolutionary Doctors’ that will provoke great local interest. Memorabilia...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 2:34pm Read More

Legendary ’80s band to kick off mammoth tour in Mayo

Legendary reggae act UB40 get their Ireland and UK tour underway in Castlebar. The band begins their ‘Bigga Baggariddim Tour’...

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Man taken to hospital following traffic collision in a Mayo town

A man was taken to hospital following a road traffic collision that took place overnight in an east Mayo town....

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Battle commemorations showcase Mayo town’s untold history

On this day, the 435th anniversary of the Battle of Ardnaree, the Ballina Community Clean Up Group has announced that...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 12:39pm Read More

Life-saving equipment reported stolen

Two kayaks belonging to a search and rescue group in a Mayo town have reportedly been stolen. The two kayaks,...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 12:22pm Read More

Jobs boost for the west with major expansion announced

Integer, a leading medical device outsource manufacturer has announced it will expand its operations in Galway with the construction of...

Thursday, 23/09/21 - 11:52am Read More

Covid-19 cases identified at schools in Mayo

Cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed at two schools in south Mayo in the last number of days. On Sunday,...

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