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April 20 will see the official launch of a new artwork by artist Rachel Joynt at the riverside walkway, Ballina.
Ballina councillor Annie May Reape is encouraging people across the county to avail of a free electrial and electronic recycling event which is taking place tomorrow (Saturday, October 6) at three venues in Mayo.
Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has expressed serious concern about an “escalating crisis” at Mayo General Hospital following news of severe cutbacks to frontline services.
Contingency plans to allow the existing renal dialysis unit at Mayo General Hospital be upgraded are being examined at present according to Councillor Annie May Reape who tabled a question in relation to the issue at last week’s Regional Health Forum.
Members of the housing SPC were vocal in their condemnation of thuggery taking place in housing estates throughout Mayo, as other residents live in fear.
Ballina councillor Michelle Mulherin says that a key aim of a Fine Gael government will be to support families and businesses in debt trouble.
A Ballina Fine Gael councillor has explained this week why he will not be contesting the general election for the party, despite calls from supporters to try for a place on the ticket.
The hepatitis C scare that arose for Mayo patients following a ‘media leak’ about an infected health care worker at the weekend is not expected to result in any public contamination, according to a medical official.
In the midst of this depressing time in Irish history, there was one good news story this week. The announcement that farmers and householders who generate their own electricity can now sell it back to the national grid is a welcome development.
Mayor of Ballina Councillor Michelle Mulherin along with Cllrs Padraig Moore and Mark Winters visited Scranton, Pennslyvania prior to St Patrick’s Day to join in the 100th anniversary celebrations of the birth of Fr Patrick Peyton. The Scranton-Ballina sister city committee hosted the three Ballina councillors.