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Munnelly hopes road works will help boost Killala

An opportunity will soon present itself for Killala to enhance the entrance to the town according to one member of the Ballina Municipal District. Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly says the soon to be completed relief road at the north Mayo town will “make traffic flow more smoothly in Killala and could afford the council the opportunity to create a more aesthetically pleasing entrance to the town.”

Get a step ahead with Ballina's newest podiatry clinic

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Step Ahead Footcare is a podiatry clinic, which will be opening its doors for business on Monday, October 16, in Garden Court, Garden Street, Ballina. While the main clinic will be based in Ballina, clinics will also be provided bimonthly in Ballyhaunis, Ballymote, Killala, Kiltimagh, and Tubbercurry.

Raise your voices in aid of St Muredach’s Cathedral in Ballina

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Start off 2017 on a high note and Raise your Voices with a musical extravaganza in aid of St Muredach’s Cathedral, Ballina. Remember the singing priest Fr Ray Kelly who caused an internet sensation with his rendition of "Hallelujah" last year?  Well now is your chance to see Fr Kelly perform live alongside St Muredach’s Cathedral Choir and St Mary’s Secondary School Choir – for one night only.

Council chief hopeful of 'positive' outcome for Killala plant

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The chief executive of Mayo County Council said this week that he was  "hopeful you would see a positive result" for the examinership process that the Mayo Renewable Power project is currently undergoing. This summer the High Court appointed Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton as interim examiner to Mayo Renewable Power, which had planned to build a wood-chip burning electricity generator at Killala at a cost of €180 million.

Exceptional value in mixed use property in Ballina

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Cloherty Chartered Surveyors has announced the auction of a substantial mixed use residential commercial property at Kevin Barry Street, Ballina.

Two bedroom paradise in Killala

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This totally renovated stone built mid-terraced two bedroom property with a blend of old-world charm and modernised living accommodation. Situated within the village of Killala approximately 8.5 miles from Ballina on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Retailers in Ballina Municipal District urged to take up new facade improvement scheme

Business people in the towns of Ballina, Ballycastle, Bonniconlon, Foxford, Crossmolina, Killala, and Swinford are being urged to take up the grant aid that is available to them to make improvements to their shop fronts under a recently adopted Traditional Facades Grant Scheme. The scheme was adopted by the members of the Ballina Municipal District at their October meeting on Wednesday this week.

Very little between north Mayo rivals in junior decider

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The All Ireland minor championship sponsors have been using the tagline "this is major" as part of their promotion of that grade in recent years and it could quite easily be applied to what is going to happen on Sunday when Ardnaree and Killala meet at 3pm in the Mayo junior final. This all north Mayo battle promises to be an encounter that will be one for the ages. Ardanree have been knocking at the door in the junior championship so hard over the past number of years there is no paint left on it at this stage, but they have just failed to make grade each time, losing finals in 2009, 2011, and 2012. You also have to go back as far as 1971 to find the last time they claimed the title.

Killala squeeze past Achill after epic encounter

Nothing could separate these sides the first time out and the narrowest of margins was all that was between them at the end of a pulsating encounter on Sunday afternoon in MacHale Park. After missing two frees at the death to win the game the first time around, Achill had a chance to level this game up in injury time, but Pee Sweeney’s effort from tight out on the MacHale Road side of the ground missed on the near side and Killala held on for a memorable victory.

Taoiseach welcomes landing of fiber optic cable in Killala

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The West of Ireland is set to become a key telecommunications and data gateway over the coming months with the construction of a new transatlantic fibre optic cable system which will have the capacity to handle up to one third of the world’s telephone calls.  This follows the installation of the Irish portion of the cable in Killala, on Friday – the first time a cable of this type has been connected to the Western region.

 

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