Inaugural Mayo Garda Youths Awards launched

 AN Garda Síochána has launched the inaugural Mayo Garda Youths Awards, held in association with SuperValu. The awards celebrate outstanding young people between the ages of 13 and 21 years who, by their presence, make their communities better places to live in. The nomination process is open to everyone, so if you know of a […]

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Urlaur made headlines in the New York Times

Urlaur Chruch will celebrate its 50th anniversary in May thanks to the audacity of a local nun and the generosity of a Jewish newspaper director. When US-based Sister Mary, formerly known as Margaret Cafferkey of Tullyganny, received a letter from Canon Hunt in her native Urlaur telling her of plans to build a church in […]

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Mayo entrepreneurs urged to chase €2 Million Investment Fund for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2019

Featured image is Mayo’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2018 Cathal Mac Reamoinn receiving his award. From left to right, front row: Councillor Richard Finn (then Cathaoirleach Finn); Cathal Mac Reamoinn, Mayo’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2018; Catherine Burke, Bank of Ireland; From left to right, back row: John Magee, Head of Enterprise; Councillor Al McDonnell; Catherine McConnell, […]

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An Bord Pleanala decision will pave the way for further connectivity and investment in Mayo

Mayo County Council welcomes today’s decision by An Bord Pleanala to approve the road development of the N5 between Ballaghaderreen and Scramoge, Co. Roscommon. This stretch of road will improve the N5 from the existing Ballaghaderreen by-pass to the eastern side of Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. Chief Executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes, has welcomed […]

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