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Michael Ring, T.D., Minister of State for Regional Economic Development has stated that the new Wild Atlantic Way Passport, launched Friday, May 27, will help to promote tourism spots and visitor attractions in Mayo. “The new Wild Atlantic Way Passport is a great initiative and will really help to promote tourism spots and visitor attractions in Mayo. The Wild Atlantic Way Passport is designed to encourage repeat visits to Ireland’s coast and promote tourism in Mayo.
Three new primary care centres were announced for Mayo this week as part of a bundle of 14 centres across the country, the three new centres will be located in Ballinrobe, Claremorris, and Westport. The centres are being funded by The European Investment Bank.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, laid the foundation stone for the new swimming pool complex and outdoor education centre in Castlebar at Lough Lannagh on Monday afternoon. The Taoiseach said that this was a "great day" for Castlebar, and after he laid the stone he praised Castlebar swimmer Nicholas Quinn who is preparing to represent Ireland at the Olympics in Rio and said he hoped to see more Castlebar athletes following in his footsteps.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has announced that funding in the amount of €151,000 has been allocated to Rushbrook and Millbrook estates in Claremorris. Minister Ring said: “I am delighted to announce funding in the amount of €151,000 to complete works in respect of footpaths and lighting at Rushbrook and Millbrook estates in Claremorris.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring this week welcomed the announcement of funding in the amount of €760,500 from the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport for Ireland West Airport Knock under Funding for Safety and Security Projects at Regional Airports 2015-2019. Minister Ring stated: “This funding is in respect of safety and security projects and are as follows additional fire tender (€535,500), fire station extension (€175,500), and airfield inspection and control vehicle (€49,500).
Michael Ring T.D., Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, has been informed by Irish Water that the contracts for Belmullet Sewerage Scheme have now been awarded.
What happened in Mayo didn’t buck the national trend, but the strength of the two major parties saw them hold on to all the seats in the county. The challenge of Sinn Féin’s Rose Conway Walsh faded away from early on Saturday morning the real action was on the battle between Lisa Chambers and Michelle Mulherin for the final seat.
By the time the votes are all counted on Saturday and the people's verdict read out Mayo will be returning four deputies to the 32nd Dáil, one fewer than five years ago and two fewer than the county returned 24 years ago when the 27th Dáil was elected. From 1997 on Mayo was reduced to a single constituency as the old Mayo West and Mayo East constituencies were merged, and from 2016 on a large swathe of south Mayo has been subsumed into Galway West. With it in the region of 7,000 votes have gone south of the border and with them sitting Mayo TD John O'Mahony who is looking to take a seat in a battle royale that many observers expect to go on long into Sunday and maybe later before the final shake-out in that particular battle is decided.
Today's the day when the people of Mayo get their chance to have their say on the future direction of representation of the county in the Dáil. This is the time when you get to express your democratic right and have a say on who you think is best to represent the county's interests on a local, national, and international level.