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Main Street property in Ballyhaunis sells at auction

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There was considerable interest in a Main Street property in Ballyhaunis at the first Connacht Property Auction of the year.

Hurlers make it a week to remember for Ballyhaunis

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The old firm of Mayo hurling came face-to-face once again on Sunday in the Mayo Senior Hurling Championship final and it was the men in red and black who made the short trip home in the road with the Tyrrell Cup in their arms after an exciting encounter in the Tooreen Hurling Grounds.

Fine Gael and Sinn Féin team up in Claremorris

Fine Gael has managed to rescue one top post in local politics in Mayo following the major power shift brought about in the Local Elections at the end of May.

Political deals hammered out ahead of council AGM today

This morning at 11am, a vastly changed Mayo County Council will meet for the first time since the election and the speculation that has been raging for almost two weeks now over who exactly will hold political sway in the county for the next five years will finally be put to bed.

Plenty of big names on ticket in Claremorris area

Altogether 12 candidates will contest the Claremorris electoral area on May 23, including seven outgoing councillors, with seven seats to fill.

McDonald’s contract a boost for Dawn Meats in Ballyhaunis — O’Mahony

The decision by one of the world’s biggest fast food outlets, McDonald’s, to award a contract valued at some €300m to Dawn Meats, has been described by Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony as good news for Ballyhaunis and all employed at the Dawn Meats plant in the town.

Population growth a boost for Western Rail Corridor

West on Track campaigners have welcomed the census figures, describing the growth in population along the route of the Western Rail Corridor a real “boost”.

MIA thank volunteers

Mayo Intercultural Action commended the many volunteers who commit their time to assisting with the organisation during MIA’S Christmas party.

Mayo jobs to be affected by First Active closure

Two Mayo First Active branches, in Ballina and Castlebar, are to be closed following the announcement this week that First Active and Ulster Bank are to merge. It is expected that up to 12 staff from the two branches will be redeployed to work in local Ulster Bank branches. There are six Ulster Banks in Mayo; in Castlebar, Ballina, Westport, Ballinrobe, Claremorris, and Ballyhaunis, but staff won’t know where they will be reassigned until a voluntary redundancy scheme has been completed.

 

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