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News in Brief - Around the county

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News from around the county 

Speed limit of 80kmh recommended for Breaffy

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Mayo County Council and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) are proposing an 80 kilometre per hour speed limit through Breaffy village. Over the past numbers of years, the issue of speeding motorists through Breaffy has been an ongoing concern for local residents.

Ballina Municipal District Briefs

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Catch up with what was discussed at the latest Ballina Municipal District meeting

Mayo people urged to have their say in new County Development Plan

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The Mayo Draft County Development Plan 2021-2027 is to go on public display in the next few weeks until early March and the public is being encouraged to get involved and have their say on how they wish the county to develop.

The virtual Tree of Lights celebration at Galway Hospice takes place online this Sunday at 5pm. Each light on the Galway Memorial Tree is a tribute to a loved one who has passed away, but Covid-19 me

The virtual Tree of Lights celebration at Galway Hospice takes place online this Sunday at 5pm.

Feasible solution found for South Galway flooding

It has been a long journey through many difficult times for the communities of South Galway and North Clare as the severity and frequency of flooding has led to an increased yearly threat of flooding in the past 4 decades.

Mayo residents encouraged to visit Coillte Forests for National Walking Day

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Coillte is encouraging people in County Mayo to participate in National Walking Day this Sunday, September 27, by visiting one of their local Coillte forests.

Forests in Mayo see significant increase in visitor numbers since Covid-19 restrictions eased

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Coillte has released new figures revealing that there was a large increase in visitor numbers to some recreation forests in Mayo.

Charity says €1.9 million funding for Clifden and Portumna will benefit entire county

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Cathaoirleach of Galway County Council, Cllr James Charity, welcomed the recent funding allocation for Clifden and Portumna, noting that the investment would provide significant enhancement to both areas, but would also benefit the entire county.

Cause of extensive Curramore forest fires remain unclear

The cause of an extensive fire which damaged large swathes of forest and bogland in the Curramore vicinity of Athlone has yet to be determined.


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