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IWA centre in Belmullet reopens

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The Irish Wheelchair Association in Belmullet is delighted to have finally got the go-ahead to reopen services recently.

Belmullet Grow Remote Chapter launched

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The Belmullet Grow Remote Chapter held its first event in Áras Inis Gluaire on Monday, August 17.

Councillors want meeting to shape the future of Newport

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Two councillors in the Westport-Belmullet Municipal District have called for a meeting between the council executive, councillors and local stakeholders in Newport to be arranged, to plan the future development in the town where a number of projects are expected to be delivered in the coming years.

Specsavers Audiologists launch hearing clinic in Belmullet to encourage locals to prioritise their hearing health

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Specsavers Audiologists are encouraging the Belmullet community to visit a newly-opened hearing clinic for expert advice and to address any deterioration during lockdown.

Priority needed for Belmullet sea wall repairs - Carey

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Pay by phone parking coming to Ballina

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Erris Chamber of Commerce calls for commercial rates to be suspended for 12 months

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Erris Chamber of Commerce has called for commercial rates to be suspended for 12 months for businesses affected by covid 19.

Covid-19 Community Diary

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A large number of community organisations have stepped up to the plate to help out those in need during the Covid-19 outbreak - in this weeks Community Diary we have listed a number of htem.

My Open Library service to come to Belmullet Library

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Michael Ring, the Minister for Rural and Community Development, has this week announced the roll-out of the My Open Library service to Belmullet Library. My Open Library allows access to public libraries on a self-service basis from 8 am to 10 pm, 365 days a year.

Conway Walsh can feel the appetite for change out there

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Going out and putting forward an alternative message to the people of Mayo is something that Senator Rose Conway Walsh has been doing for a long time now; she first contested the local elections in 2004, taking over 12 per cent of the first preference votes in the Belmullet area - but missed out on the seat. In 2009, she once again put herself before the people, this time taking a seat, after increasing her vote share to 15 per cent and getting elected on the sixth and final count.

 

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