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It was Van Gogh who wrote that fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore. It is a line that permeates our thoughts each time we take to the water. For those whose livelihood is the water, it is the confirmation of a constant presence, a permanent danger that underlines their activities at the mercy of the waves.
A new car park is to be developed at St Patrick’s Church in Ballina if approval is granted by Mayo County Council.
Western Care Association is delighted to be hosting Michael English and his band for an intimate evening of music and song in the beautiful St Patrick’s Church, Ballyhaunis this evening. Michael is currently going from strength to strength on the Irish country music scene, for both his dances and concerts and is one of the most popular artists at the moment.
The organisers of the Mayo International Choral Festival invite all choir member and friends to join them on Saturday September 3 for a lovely trip on Lough Corrib, when the 2017 Mayo International Choral Festival will be launched. 2017 will be the sixth festival, which takes place at the end of May each year, attracting choirs and audiences from abroad and all over Ireland. This is a two-hour cruise, which includes a 40-minute visit to Inchagoill, the lake's most famous island. Departing from Lisloughrey pier, Cong, at 2.45pm, from where passenger steamers once operated, expect a trip filled with song and lively banter, and a final song when all will be invited to sing together to launch the 2017 festival.
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Summer is finally starting to show its face around Mayo and in Ballina the local Rejoice Gospel Choir is primed to welcome the holiday season in style with the hosting of its annual summer concert next Friday, May 20.
Former All-Ireland Mayo football winner Rev Peter Quinn died on Saturday last, January 30, in a nursing home in Enniscrone, Co Sligo. He was brother of the late Fr Des, who died in Dalgan Park in September 2015.
The GAA community and wider community in Mayo were in mourning this week following the death of the talented 19-year-old Darragh Doherty who lost his life in a road traffic collision on Sunday night. Doherty from Ballyhenry in Kilmaine was killed in a single vehicle traffic collision at Carromore, near Ballinrobe on Sunday night.