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Apr 02, 2020

Minister Ring launches new befriending phone call initiative for the elderly

Over 2,000 people in Mayo who are on the Senior Alert Scheme can benefit from a new befriending phone call initiative, announced today by the Minister for Rural & Community Development Michael Ring. This initiative will allow older people to receive a regular…
Apr 02, 2020

Aurivo introduces new protocol for milk collection during Covid-19

Aurivo Co-op is introduced a new protocol in relation to the collection of milk from farms during the Covid-19 emergency. It focuses on minimising person-to-person contact. If any farmer, farm staff or members of their family are experiencing symptoms of…
Apr 02, 2020

Major water outage in Killala/ Ballina areas this morning

There's a major water outage this morning in the Ballina and Killala areas. The water outage at the Lisglennon Water Treatment Plant is affecting areas of Killala, Bonniconlon, Kilfine, Moygownagh, parts of Crossmolina, with possible restrictions at The Quay…
Apr 02, 2020

48 confirmed Covid-19 cases in Mayo

The Cabinet sub-committee on Covid-19 will meet today to discuss the impact of the major restrictions introduced last Friday. The death toll due to the virus in the Republic has increased to 85. 14 further patients died from the virus yesterday - none of the…
Apr 02, 2020

Mayo Councillor bidding for seat on Seanad's Industrial & Commercial panel

Counting will take place today to elect Senators to the Industrial & Commercial panel. Mayo County Councillor Patsy O'Brien is bidding for a seat on this panel as an Independent candidate, while Claremorris native, Dublin-based Senator Catherine Noone is also…
Apr 02, 2020

Hotels across Mayo offered to accommodate healthcare workers during Covid-19

New recommendations this week from the National Public Health Emergency Team proposed that health staff should be advised to stop sharing accommodation, in order to limit the spread of coronavirus. The State is to look at providing alternative accommodation…

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Apr 02, 2020

2020 Comortas Peil na Gaeltachta cancelled

The 2020 Comortas peil na Gaeltachta has been cancelled as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. This year's event was to be hosted by Naomh Anna Leitir Mor GAA Club in Galway on the June Bank Holiday weekend. None of the qualifying games had been played in…
Apr 02, 2020

David Brady to feature on Laochra Gael tonight

TG4’s sport documentary series Laochra Gael turns its attention to Mayo midfielder David Brady tonight. David Brady lost four All-Ireland Finals with Mayo, and also won an All-Ireland Club title with his club Ballina Stephenites. David’s story is told through…
Apr 02, 2020

Horse Racing Officials hopeful the 2020 Irish Grand National can be staged in the winter

This current National Hunt racing season has drawn to a close following the cancellation of the Fairyhouse and Punchestown Festivals. It is hoped the 2020 Irish Grand National will be staged in the winter. The intention is to stage the 150th Irish Grand…
Apr 02, 2020

FAI facing a major decision over manager of the Republic

The FAI are facing a major decision over who takes charge of the Republic of Ireland for their European Championship playoff with Slovakia. The game was postponed for a second time yesterday, with internationals unlikely to be played before September. Stephen…
Apr 01, 2020

Irish National Hunt season officially ended by Coronavirus

The Irish National Hunt season has been officially ended by coronavirus. The Fairyhouse Easter Festival and the Punchestown Festival have both been cancelled as a result of the pandemic. Racing in Ireland remains suspended until April 19th at the earliest.
Apr 01, 2020

Sarsfields of Galway have six players on All-Ireland Club Camogie team of the year

AIB All-Ireland Club Camogie champions Sarsfields and beaten finalists Slaughtneil account for 12 of the 15 players named on the team of the the year today. Galway outfit Sarsfields won their maiden All-Ireland with a 1-8 to 10 points victory over their Derry…

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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.