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Funding announced to boost sports participation

Almost a quarter of a million euro is to be invested in Mayo to encourage more people to take part in sporting activities.

Grant funding for seafood processors

Two seafood processing companies in Mayo have been awarded funding from the Department of Agriculture under the 2015 Seafood Processing Business Investment Scheme.

Government TDs welcome €11 million in Leader funding for Mayo

The announcement of more than €11 million in Leader funding for Mayo this week was welcomed by Government TDs from the county. An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, said after the announcement: “The €11,121,341 approved by Cabinet for Leader in Mayo is a significant investment in the county. It will allow for the effective and efficient delivery of rural development across the county. It is part of the vision for local government to be the main vehicle of local governance and public service at local level.”

Funding announced to boost sports participation

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Almost a quarter of a million euro is to be invested in Mayo to encourage more people to take part in sporting activities.

Fifteen Mayo festivals to share €40k funding

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Celebrations of Mayo’s French connection, a Halloween spookfest and an event dedicated to the pirate queen Grace O’Malley are amongst the 15 local festivals and events that have won funding support through Fáilte Ireland this year.

Kenny brings it all back home

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This week marked the fourth anniversary of the 2011 General Election and Enda Kenny’s rise to the Taoiseach’s office. Last weekend Mr Kenny brought it all back home with the Fine Gael National Convention taking place in the Royal Theatre, Castlebar. The convention brought in the region of 2,000 Fine Gael delegates to the town for the weekend and gave a nice economic boost to the town.

Hardy cyclists called for epic WAW adventure

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Well-known Castlebar DJ Johnny Oosten, the Western Care Association, and the Irish Cancer Society have joined forces to launch an epic charity cycle this May that is sure to appeal to many an adventurous soul.

Wild Atlantic Way branding for 35 Mayo points

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More than a quarter of a million euro is to be spent upgrading 35 Wild Atlantic Way points in Mayo.

Gaisce bridge work to start

Work is expected to start shortly on the Gaisce Bridge in Belmullet.

Short stay beds in Ballina to be opened to help deal with overcrowding in Mayo General

Ten short stay public beds in Ballina District Hospital will be reopened in the near future to help to alleviate delayed discharges from Mayo General Hospital. The announcement of the approval for the reopening of these beds was made yesterday (Thursday, January 22) and it was warmly welcomed by Government TDs in the county.

 

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