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The death has occurred at Mayo General Hospital, Castlebar, peacefully, after a short illness of Chris O’Dowd, Cloonflynn, Ballyglass, Claremorris. He was a native of Dangan, Summerhill, Co Meath.
Mountaineering Ireland, Ireland’s national governing body for hill-walkers and climbers, has appointed Claremorris man Karl Boyle as its chief officer. The appointment comes at an exciting time for Mountaineering Ireland during the implementation of its new Strategic Development Plan 2009–2013.
The Mayo and District Motorsport Club have announced that the Mayo Stages Rally will be based in Claremorris for 2010. It’s all new this year as the rally moves from it old base in Castlebar to the fabulous McWilliam Park Hotel. The McWilliam Park will be title sponsor and rally headquarters for this year’s event.
Rith 2010, a relay run around Ireland to promote the Irish language, will be coming to county Mayo, on Tuesday March 16 2010. The Rith 2010 runners will travel through 100 kilometres in Mayo from Claremorris, Knock, Kiltimagh, Bohola, Bellavary, Turlough, and Castlebar, finishing up in Westport.
Unemployment is rising at an alarming rate in Westport where there are now 1,768 on the live register. The scenic town saw the largest percentage growth in unemployment in the county last month. The December figures show there has been a hike of 9.1 per cent or 147 on the November returns for Westport, and the situation has been described as “very worrying” by Dáil Deputy and Fine Gael spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht affairs, Michael Ring.
Investigations still ongoing into death of baby boy
A review is to be carried out into the pay and display procedures in place in Ballinrobe and Claremorris.
There were no ‘real’ emergencies unattended to by Mayo County Council during the bad weather which brought the country to a standstill over the Christmas period and beyond, and it was “no harm that we had to stay inside and talk to each other”, a senior council official said on Wednesday evening.
A 31-year-old father of five, who breached a protection order and assaulted his wife, was jailed for six months at Claremorris District Court this week.
Permission has been awarded to a voluntary committee in Ballinrobe to carry out works at the local cemetery, but it is highly restrictive.