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Shine a light on heart health today — World Heart Day

Croí, the heart and stroke charity, is delighted to collaborate with some of the most iconic and historic buildings, organisations and landmarks throughout the west to mark World Heart Day 2022, tonight Thursday September 29.

Castlebar SVP launches its Education and Training Bursary for 2022/23

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A volunteer with the Castlebar conference of the Society of St Vincent de Paul (SVP) has noted the increasing difficulties local families are experiencing in day-to-day living: increased fuel costs for travel to work and increased heating costs for those working from home, etc.

Mayo County Prison after the Battle of Castlebar 1798

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The sound of artillery and musket fire has died away. Dead combatants and military ordinance are scattered on the Green in Castlebar. Outside the County Prison on the Green, the blood-soaked body of a lone Fraser Fencible lay dead on the steps – bludgeoned to death by French infantrymen.

Explore Mayo cycle hits the road this month

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Castlebar Cycling Club is pleased to announce that its hugely popular Explore Mayo Cycle Sportive will take place this Saturday, August 20, having previously been postponed due to inclement weather last June.

Housing Ukrainian refugees still challenging for council

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In the region of 1,300 Ukrainian refugees are currently being housed in Mayo, but it is a challenging process, according to Director of Services for Mayo County Council, Tom Gilligan.

Luminous Straw Dancers to take to the streets and parks of city and county

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Dance artist Rob Heaslip, is reviving the cultural tradition of 'The Strawboys' with a modern twist, as he unveils his vibrant pop-up work, across Galway this summer.

Galway learn their lessons to see off Mayo at third time of asking

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It’ll be a tough one to take this for Mayo, they had beaten all before them and beaten Galway twice before in the Connacht championship, but when it came to the biggest day of all Galway had their number.

The Imperial or Daly's Hotel

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In November 1842, Castlebar businessman Martian Sheridan was declared bankrupt. Dublin auctioneer John Littledale published a list of Sheridan's assets to be sold by public auction.

Hundreds attend public meeting on survival of RSS and Tús schemes in Castlebar

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More than 500 people attended a SIPTU organised public meeting on the need to protect the operation of Rural Social Scheme (RSS) and Tús projects, in the Travellers Friend Hotel in Castlebar, on Monday night.

ATU signs MOUs with Canadian colleges

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College and Vancouver Community College, all based in Western Canada.


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