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Feb 21, 2018

Irish Water confirms that boil notice for Lough Talt Public Water Supply Scheme remains in place until further notice

It has been confirmed this evening that the boil water notice for the Lough Talt Public Water Supply Scheme remains in place until further notice. A two-week testing and sampling programme which was implemented in agreement with the HSE has concluded and…
Feb 21, 2018

Mayo Renewable Power in Killala Remains on the Market

The Liquidator appointed to Mayo Renewable Power in Killala confirmed to Midwest News yesterday that the facility has not been sold. It follows some local speculation that the Biomass-fuelled power plant had been bought recently. In 2016, while under…
Feb 21, 2018

Businesses, schools and homes in Crossmolina area hit by power outage this morning - the fourth in recent weeks

Businesses, homes and schools in Crossmolina were affected by power outages this morning. Over 700 customers in the North Mayo were without power, following a fault on the network. Crossmolina National School was forced to close as a result of the outage,…
Feb 21, 2018

Two Sligo men charged with conveying drugs into Castlerea Prison

Two men have appeared in court this week charged with conveying drugs into Castlerea Prison. The Irish Times reports that John Kennedy, Castleburn, Ballymote Co Sligo is charged with unlawful possession of PVP at Ballisodare Post Office on April 9th 2015. He…
Feb 21, 2018

Councillor Kearney Calls for Signage in English for Claregalway off the new M17/18 Motorway

The signage on the new M17/18 motorway indicating the exit for Claregalway at Junction 19, is completely inadequate, according to local Fine Gael councillor Frank Kearney. Claregalway is in a gaeltacht area, and so the place name must be indicated “as…
Feb 21, 2018

More than 700 Customers without electricity this morning in Crossmolina

More than 700 households and businesses in the Crossmolina area are without electricity this morning. A fault occurred on the line just before 8am. According to the ESB’s powercheck website, crews are working on the fault and it’s expected that the supply…

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Feb 21, 2018

Rice College and St Attracta's book Connacht PPS Senior A Final spots

Connacht Post Primary Senior A Semi-Finals Rice College 2-16St Jarlath's 1-13 St Attracta's 3-12St Gerald's 1-07
Feb 21, 2018

Oliver Kelleher Masters Cup Final fixed for Saturday March 3rd

The Mayo League Managment Committee has decided that the Oliver Kelleher Masters Cup final will be held on Saturday 3rd March at 7pm in Solar 21 Park. The semi-finals are fixed for tonight.
Feb 21, 2018

Republic of Ireland U15 Girls enjoy strong test against Northern Ireland

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND enjoyed a strong test against their Northern Ireland scholars in the AUL Complex on February 17th in Berkeley’s first competitive fixture of the season. A lively exchange in the first period saw both sides hit the woodwork in the early…
Feb 20, 2018

Success for Burrishoole Ladies at Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó'Sé tournament

Burrishoole Ladies and Crossmolina Deel Rovers competed in the Lidl Comórtas Peile Páidí Ó Sé 2018 tournament, which took place over the weekend in the Dingle Peninsula in Kerry. In a round robin six-team intermediate ladies competition, Burrishoole beat West…
Feb 19, 2018

Vote on formation of new club defeated

A vote on the formation of a new club in Mayo was defeated at tonight’s Mayo County Board meeting. The vote was taken on the formation of St Coman’s Hollymount but was defeated 40-28.
Feb 19, 2018

Mayo footballers & hurlers in action next weekend in the Allianz National Leagues

In Round 4 of the Allianz Football League this weekend, Mayo host All-Ireland champions Dublin at Elvery’s MacHale Park, Castlebar on Saturday evening – that game has a 7pm throw-in time with live commentary here on Midwest Radio. Paddy Neilan from Roscommon…

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Jan 31, 2018
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Jan 30, 2018
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Jan 25, 2018
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Taoiseach Enda Kenny says his focus is on the work ahead of him as leader of this country, and he will not be diverted from the tasks and responsibilities for which he has been given a mandate by the people of Ireland.

Mr Kenny was speaking in Castlebar today, at the turning of the sod on the refurbishment and extension of the Sacred Heart Hosptal.

The 14 million euro project includes the refurbishment and extension of three long-stay wards and a rehabilitation ward, and is expected to take up to two years to complete.

There was a large media presence in Castlebar for this morning’s ceremony, as speculation continues over how long Mr Kenny will remain on as Fine Gael leader.

This morning, FG bankbench TD Brendan Griffin called for Mr Kenny to stand down, and said Fine Gael cannot go into the summer without confronting this issue,

He said the vast majority of party members he has spoken to want it dealt with quickly.

But speaking in Castlebar, Taoiseach Enda Kenny outlined the work and challenges ahead for his Government and said he has no intention of being diverted from that work…