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Jul 17, 2019

Households using too much water could be charged up to €500 a year

Households which use too much water could be charged up to 500 euro a year. Irish Water has been given the go ahead to start charging customers who are wasting water. The utility is to write to households which are using over the set allowance. Homeowners…
Jul 17, 2019

No progress to date on TII application to upgrade N84 Galway to Headford road at Curraghline

One of the busiest stretches of roads in the region, the N84 Galway to Headford road at Curraghline has made no progress in its priority listing for road projects by Transport Infrastructure Ireland. A Galway county councillor claims that motorists using this…
Jul 17, 2019

Government report on rural transport policy to be launched this afternoon in county Leitrim

A new Oireachtas report is making several recommendations on how to improve transport in rural Ireland. The 'Regional and Rural Transport Policy' will be launched in Carrick-on-Shannon this afternoon. It's being published by Leinster House's committee on…
Jul 17, 2019

MEP insists the incoming President of the European Commission has not wavered one centimeter on the Brexit backstop

The incoming President of the European Commission has not wavered one centimeter on the Brexit backstop. That's the view of Fine Gael MEP for the Midlands Northwest Mairead McGuinness who was speaking after last night's vote in Strasbourg. Ursula von der…
Jul 17, 2019

An Taisce welcomes Minister's decision not to proceed with Regulations which would allow hedge cutting in August this year

An Taisce has welcomed the decision by Heritage Minister Josepha Madigan not to proceed with Regulations which would allow hedge cutting in August this year. The Heritage Act 2018 allowed the Minister the discretion of permitting hedge cutting on a trial…
Jul 17, 2019

Senator Frank Feighin has been added to the Fine Gael ticket to contest the next general election in the Sligo/ Leitrim constituency

Senator Frank Feighin has been added to the Fine Gael ticket to contest the next general election in the Sligo/ Leitrim constituency. The additional place on the party’s ticket arose after former TD, Leitrim based Gerry Reynolds pulled out of the race a few…

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Jul 17, 2019

Connacht will begin their PRO14 campaign with a trip away to the Scarlets

Leinster will begin the defence of their Guinness PRO14 title with a trip to Benetton. Leo Cullen's side will make the trip to Italy for a quarter-past-five kick-off on the evening of Saturday September 28th. Connacht are away to Scarlets in their opener,…
Jul 17, 2019

Full Live commentary of Mayo v Meath on Midwest Radio this Sunday

Mayo will have to dust themselves down from last weekend’s disappointing defeat in Killarney to focus for the Challenge of Meath in Croke Park this Sunday. A win is imperative for James Horan’s side if they are to have any chance in reaching the last four but…
Jul 17, 2019

Ballina 10KM Run rescheduled for this Friday evening

The Ballina AC 10Km Run/Walk will take place this Friday evening at 7pm. Registration will take place from Scoil Pádraig from 5.30pm. The race was originally scheduled to take place during the Ballina Street Festival but has been re-fixed for this Friday…
Jul 17, 2019

Mayo Under 16 Championship results from last night

South Mayo U14 B Championship The Neale 5-12 Hollymount-Carramore 3-13 Homeland U16 C Championship Cup Achill 6-6 Aghamore 2-7 U16 E Championship Cup Bonniconlon 2-14 Shrule/Glencorrib 3-04 U16 A Championship Cup Castlebar Mitchels 4-12 Knockmore 1-12 U16 D…
Jul 16, 2019

Connacht Ladies Rugby to take part in rugby double-bill

 The Connacht Ladies will take on the Leinster ladies in the opening game of the inter-provincial championship. Donnybrook's Energia Park is to host its first ever Leinster double-bill next month. The men's side will face Coventry in a pre-season friendly…
Jul 16, 2019

Rover's treasurer backs All-Island football League

Sligo Rovers honorary treasurer David Rowe believes that the all-island league proposal from Kieran Lucid is a "very intelligent proposition". Rowe was in attendance with Sligo Rovers chairman Martin Heraghty at the National League strategic planning weekend…

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Apr 02, 2019
Listen back to our commentary with Michael D. McAndrew and Martin Carney on Mayo's…

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…

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Oct 30, 2018
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Oct 19, 2018
Road Safety Rules in School – Radio Competition Midwest Radio in association with 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.

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