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A list of resources pertaining to local dialects of Irish in the Erris Gaeltacht will be published this week on the Gaeilge Iorrais website www.gaeilgeiorrais.ie
Libraries across Mayo have started to reopen and they are delighted to welcome readers back through their doors.
The Mayo Mountain Rescue Team were tasked at 7pm last Sunday night to search for a missing person who was overdue on their return from walking the Letterkeen loop walk.
Fianna Fáil local election candidate Sean Carey has called for the provision of an adequate broadband service in the Belmullet/Erris area.
Táin Bó Fliodhaise - The Cattle Raid of Mayo - is an exhibition of paintings by Diana Taylor, Anthony Brogan and school children from Gleann na Muaidhe, Ros Dumhach and Ceathrú Thaidhg national schools which will be launched this evening (Friday) at 8pm in Ballina Arts Centre and will run to March 2.
Breaffy walking group
After this weekends final round of action in the group stages of the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship we now know the eight sides who’ll be contesting the knock-out stages. Breaffy, Castlebar Mitchels, Ballintubber and Kiltane all won their groups and Knockmore, Ballina Stephenites, Aghamore and Garrymore joined them after finishing in second place in their respective groups.
The HSE is struggling to recruit a GP for Bangor Erris.
A two goal first half salvo from Aidan O’Shea inspired Breaffy to their first win in the Mayo GAA Senior Football League this season as they saw off local rivals Castlebar Mitchels in Munnelly Park in Castlebar on Sunday. Both sides lined out with out key players for this contest with Seamus O’Shea serving a one match suspension for Breaffy after being dismissed early in their loss to Ballintubber a fortnight ago, while for Castlebar Mitchels neither Tom Cunniffe or Patrick Durcan were available for selection.
Ballycroy National Park visitor centre reopens for the 2015 season today, Good Friday, with a series of special events for all ages. Ballycroy National Park covers 11,000 hectares in area and comprises the Nephin Beg Mountain Range and the Owenduff Bog, the largest intact active blanket bog in Ireland.