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A Mayo based team of skilled machinists who are used to making costumes for community festivals, dramas and musicals, have changed their focus to making masks and gowns that can be worn by the community volunteers and healthcare workers providing vital services at this time.
The Ballina Salmon Festival is to be postponed - it has been announced by the Committee - following on from the Government directive this week that all major public gatherings will not take place this summer and that events with crowds of more than 5,000 will not be licensed up to the end of August.
Hopeful for an end to the Covid-19 crisis, Ballina-based Davy’s Lawnmower and Tool Hire Centre is preparing for a return to normal working with its purchase of five new Komatsu excavators to add to their construction equipment fleet.
The elected members of the Ballina Municipal District this week approved part eight planning permission for the construction of 50 social homes at Rehins Fort in the town - but added a condition that a new access road be constructed to the site.
GoBus.ie’s Ballina services unable to set down and pick up at the Cathedral Stop from Monday 17th February – Tuesday 25th February
Attention all GoBus.ie passengers,
After doubts about the return of Other Voices to Ballina - following its initial staging there in September 2018, it was announced last Friday that the music festival will be returning to the north Mayo town at the end of next month.
The Ballina One Act Drama Festival is now in its fifth year and will run from Friday November 1 to Sunday November 3 next.
Tomorrow afternoon Ballina go looking for their first win in Division 2B of the All Ireland League when they welcome Blackrock to Heffernan Park.
The sale by Mayo County Council of two plots of land in Ballina town to Aldi Stores (Ireland) Ltd - consisting of 0.012 hectares and 0.134 hectares located at the Teeling Street car park, was approved by Mayo County Council this week.
Senator Michelle Mulherin has called on Transport Minister Shane Ross to fund a major road scheme between Ballina and Castlebar and not waste the €10 million that has been spent since 2010 seeking a solution to the environmental issues that have blocked roads development in the area to date.