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Mar 23, 2019

Renua Ireland announce that Michael Farrington will contest local elections in Castlebar electoral area

Renua Ireland has announced that Kiltimagh-based businessman Michael Farrington will contest the upcoming local elections in the Castlebar electoral area Mr Farrington - who unsuccessfully contested the 2016 general election in Mayo - says Castlebar, as the…
Mar 23, 2019

Exhibition on women's experiences of rural electrification will run from July at National Museum of Country Life, Turlough

The National Museum of Ireland has revealed highlights of its programme of activities for 2019. Among the events confirmed are 5 temporary exhibitions this year and one of those is due to be based in the National Museum of Country Life, Turlough, Castlebar.…
Mar 23, 2019

Two men are due to appear in court this evening charged in connection with a robbery in Sligo on Thursday

Two men are due to appear in court this evening charged in connection with a robbery in Sligo on Thursday. At around midday on Thursday, two men armed with a knife and hammer entered a business at Deepwater Quay in Sligo. They threatened staff and demanded…
Mar 23, 2019

Minister for Finance effectively rules out general election this year

The Minister for Finance has effectively ruled out a general election this year. Paschal Donohue says he is already working on Budget 2020 for October and is confident it will pass. He was speaking at the Fine Gael National Conference in Wexford, where…
Mar 23, 2019

Transition Year students from Achill and Belmullet to compete at All-Ireland Finals of Udarás na Gaeltachta's Clár na gComhlachtaí competition

A new educational board game based on the Wild Atlantic Way, and a storage solution for boots are the businesses developed by Transition Year students from Achill and Belmullet, who are aiming to reach a European entrepreneurial final. The students from…
Mar 23, 2019

Public meeting on 'Brexit and the Worker' to be held in Galway on Monday evening

The Government must prepare now for any job losses or loss of working hours that could arise from Brexit, according to Labour European Parliament candidate Dominic Hannigan. Mr Hannigan was speaking ahead of public meeting entitled "Brexit and the Worker"…

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Mar 23, 2019

Malahide defeat Ballina in AIL Division 2C

AIL Division 2C Malahide 38-17 Ballina
Mar 23, 2019

Kerry overcome Mayo by the narrowest of margins in Minor C Camogie Championship

All-Ireland Minor C Camogie Championship Kerry 0-12 Mayo 2-05 
Mar 23, 2019

Provisional results from Stage 1 of Ras Mhaigheo 2019

Provisional Results for Ras Mhaigheo 2019 – Stage 1 Place Bib Name club Category S1 GC Time Gap to top 5K 1. 26 Charles Prendergast Castlebar Cycling Club A1 02:25:32 —- 2. 71 Ronan Killeen Lucan Cycling Road Club A1 02:25:35 +0:03 3. 137 Jason Kenny UCD…
Mar 23, 2019

Westport Utd's appeal regarding result of FAI Junior Cup Quarter Final tie is dismissed

Westport Utd’s appeal against the result of their FAI Junior Cup Quarter Final tie has been dismissed. The appeal was dismissed at a meeting of the FAI Junior Council on Thursday night. Westport lost to Aisling Annacotty 2-1 after extra time and had lodged…
Mar 22, 2019

Mayo team to face Monaghan is named

Round 7 of the Allianz Football league sees Mayo host Monaghan on Sunday in Elverys MacHale Park at 2pm. Mayo know they need a win if they are to have a chance of making the league final. The team named shows six changes from last weekend's win over Kerry…
Mar 22, 2019

Connacht host Benetton Treviso at the Sportsground this evening

Connacht continue their push for a Pro 14 play-off spot this evening. Ultane Dillane returns to the second row for the visit of Benetton Treviso to the Sportsground. Leinster have already assured themselves of a home semi final ahead of their game against…

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Fr. Terence Harrington's Homily and Reflection as spoken about on The Mid Morning Show

Jan 21, 2019
 Below is a copy of the Homily that Fr. Terence Harrington gave on the Sunday Morning…

Marjorie's Kitchen - November

Nov 02, 2018
What’s in Season November Meat, Game, Poultry Grouse, Goose, Hill Lamb, Partridge,…

Operation Gaeilge!

Oct 30, 2018
Would you like to brush up on your gaeilge? Well Gnó Mhaigh Eo are offering you some…

Road Safety for Schools Competition

Oct 19, 2018
Road Safety Rules in School – Radio Competition Midwest Radio in association with the…

Mayo Down Syndrome Regional Centre

Oct 17, 2018
Adrian Doherty from Down Syndrome Mayo joined Tommy Marren this week to chat about the…

Blacksod's Eddie Maguire has just made Italian Open golfing history in Milan by becoming the first ever golfer - professional, amateur or visually impaired to win 3 consecutive Italian Open titles. Maguire capped 3 super days of golf by parring the final five holes at the iconic Barlassina GC outside Milan. Eddie is also the current Austrian open champion and his next port of call will be Tokyo for the Japanese open followed by the World Golf Championship in early Nov.