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Mayo gets ready for Local Enterprise Week

A number of events are planned for Local Enterprise Week to increase awareness of the range of supports and services available to micro-enterprises from local enterprise offices.

Parking pains for Mayo towns as charges on the way

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Mayo County Council hopes to raise an additional €503,000 from the implementation of parking charges in eight Mayo towns.

Presentation made to Brickens Meals on Wheels

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Continuing the legacy of recent Brackloon Reunion activities, the committee presented a cheque of €200 to the Lohan Park Group Home and retirement village which operates the locally acclaimed Brickens Meals on Wheels service in the general Ballyhaunis and Claremorris district.

Claremorris artist's new exhibition opens in Ballina

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The official opening of the new exhibition by Norah Brennan in the Ballina Arts Centre, took place last night. The exhibition entitled Moving Along is a series of abstract silkscreen works on paper by Claremorris-based artist Norah Brennan.

Finn follows in father's footsteps in becoming Cathaoirleach

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It was a historic day last Monday when Independent Cllr Richard Finn followed in the footsteps of his father Martin, in becoming the first citizen of the county, when he was elected to the position of Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold the west of Ireland’s largest property auction next week

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Thursday June 8 is set to be the busiest day for Galway auctioneering firm O’Donnellan & Joyce, as it hosts the largest auction ever held in the west of Ireland. Auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan said the team “are busy with final open viewings and enquiries” for their list of more than 80 properties to go under the hammer.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold the west of Ireland’s largest property auction next week

Thursday June 8 is set to be the busiest day for Galway auctioneering firm O’Donnellan & Joyce, as it hosts the largest auction ever held in the west of Ireland. Auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan said the team “are busy with final open viewings and enquiries” for their list of more than 80 properties to go under the hammer.

O’Donnellan & Joyce to hold the west of Ireland’s largest property auction next week

Thursday June 8 is set to be the busiest day for Galway auctioneering firm O’Donnellan & Joyce, as it hosts the largest auction ever held in the west of Ireland. Auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan said the team “are busy with final open viewings and enquiries” for their list of more than 80 properties to go under the hammer.

How Mayo prepared for D-Day

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Following the painful birth of the Irish Free State and the semi-severing of political ties with London, British currency remained the economic elephant in the proudly independent room. Though apparently ideologically irreconcilable, the Free State retained the use of Britain’s sterling until 1928 when the Saorstát pound (punt) was introduced on a one to one ratio value with sterling. This attachment to the British pound continued after the introduction of the Irish punt in 1938.

How Mayo prepared for D-Day

Following the painful birth of the Irish Free State and the semi-severing of political ties with London, British currency remained the economic elephant in the proudly independent room. Though apparently ideologically irreconcilable, the Free State retained the use of Britain’s sterling until 1928 when the Saorstát pound (punt) was introduced on a one to one ratio value with sterling. This attachment to the British pound continued after the introduction of the Irish punt in 1938.

 

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