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10,000 Covid-19 tests will be carried out weekly in west

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Up to 10,000 Covid-19 tests will be carried out weekly in Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon by mid May, according to the Tony Canavan, the chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group which runs the local public hospitals.

Mayo Olympians on world stage in the City of Angels

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Los Angeles has long been known as the City of Angels but it is to become a city of dreams for two Mayo athletes tomorrow.

Young sprinters break three national relay records

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Galway City Harriers claimed five titles at the National Juvenile Relay Championships, breaking three All-Ireland records in the process.

Bernard Canavan - painting a lost generation

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AT A time when some Irish painters came to the west of Ireland and depicted a rural idyll, Bernard Canavan was, like many other people his age in the 1950s, boarding a boat to England.

The Sound Of Music in Oranmore

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THE SOUND Of Music will be performed by students of Calasanctius College Oranmore in the school’s Nano Nagle Hall.

Canavan qualifies for world champs

Galway athlete Neasa Canavan has secured a place in the Ironman World Championships which take place in Hawaii next year.

Ladies Day win for Mullingar lady and her milliner

Mullingar milliner, Derek Montgomery of Montgomery Designs, said he is over the moon after a piece he made for local girl Rachael Moorhead persuaded judges to award her the Best Dressed title at Ladies Day at The Curragh Races over the weekend.

More focus needs to be put on second tier of job creators

More attention needs to be paid to businesses and industry in the middle tier of employers in the county, Castlebar Town Council was told last week. Tom Canavan on behalf of Castlebar Chamber of Commerce gave the council a wide ranging and comprehensive presentation about job creation.

The Emigrants’ Farewell set to wow visitors to Mayo

Following on from fantastic success in both the US and the UK during the past 12 months, Atlantic Rhythm productions are returning to the TF Royal Theatre, Castlebar, on Thursday August 15 at 8pm. Last April when the Mayo based production group performed at home in the county town the resounding applause and standing ovation received was a talking point with theatre goers for many weeks after. This and the fact that the group are now involved with Michael Baynes and his hard working committee from the gathering event- In Humbert’s Footsteps makes for another great night’s entertainment in the Royal.

Salthill-Knocknacarra progress to the last sixteen

After their surprise defeat to Carna-Caiseal in the first round of the championship three weeks ago, some questioned Salthill’s ability to find the necessary hunger to challenge for another run at a county title this season.


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