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Eleven Mayo primary schools are to receive ICT grants in order to install computer hardware, software, and digital equipment.
Mayo County Council’s EXCEL 09, is a developmental programme of arts events for teenagers and young adults across the county. As part of this year’s programme there will be a free Portfolio Preparation Talk, for those who are interested in going to art college, in Ballina on Thursday November 26.
The winners of the Mayo Business Awards 2009 have been announced.
On Tuesday December 1, Ballina Arts Centre will host Oska Bright: On the road. This unique film event is brought to Mayo by the Arts and Disability Networking Partnership an initiative of The Arts Council, Arts and Disability Ireland and Mayo County Council Arts Office.
A motion proposed by Fine Gael councillor Michelle Mulherin that a report be commissioned into the “efficacy of the functioning of all aspects of the taxi service in Ballina”, due to the overcrowding of taxis at parking ranks and double parking in the town, was before Ballina Town Council’s reconvened monthly meeting this week.
A Ballina woman may face jail after litter charges were brought against her by Ballina Town Council when evidence linking her to rubbish dumped at the Killala Road was found.
Ballina Film Club’s autumn/winter programme concludes this week with the seasonal offering A Christmas Tale on Tuesday December 22 at 8pm.
A woman’s body was removed from the River Moy in Ballina on Sunday and taken to Mayo General Hospital where a post-mortem examination has been carried out.
Ballina will get a €250,000 boost for RAPID prorgrammes following an annoucement this week by Minister for Community, Rural and Gaelacht affairs Éamon Ó Cuív. The funding is Ballina’s share in one-off funding announced for the five new towns which were given RAPID status this year. The towns will share in €1.25 million from the Dormant Accounts Fund. The funding will be drawn down over two years and will be used for stand alone projects such as playgrounds, improving disabled and community facilities, and enducation and environmental improvments.
Throughout January and February Ballina Arts Centre will present Jack B Yeats and the west of Ireland, a special exhibition of the artist’s works from Sligo and Mayo.