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Two Mayo companies scoop top accolades at Good Food Ireland awards

Two Mayo companies have scooped top accolades at the Good Food Ireland awards in the K Club in Straffan, Co Kildare.

Athenry to become Department of Agriculture HQ in the west

Athenry has been chosen as the location for the regional headquarters for the Department of Agriculture in the west it was announced this week.

Moycullen Country Market receives award

Moycullen’s Country Market has been given the official stamp of approval by the Government.

Castlebar Teagasc office to close at the end of the month

The Teagasc office in Castlebar, which serves as the headquarters of the advisory service in Mayo, is to close with the redeployment of nine staff members.

REPS4 payments on the way, says Healy Eames

The pay run for REPS4 has started and farmers should begin to receive the payment shortly, according to Fine Gael Senator Fidelma Healy Eames. Her colleague, Mayo Deputy John O’Mahony received the information in an adjournment debate Fine Gael had called for in the Dáil.

Man accused of animal cruelty remanded in custody

A man has been remanded in custody to appear before Kilkenny District Court next month on charges of cruelty to animals.

More than six thousand calves die on Mayo farms

Some 6,000 calves born on farms in Mayo die before they reach six weeks of age, according to official figures from the Department of Agriculture.

Farm waste management payments to start this week – Flynn

The second tranche of grant payments of 40 per cent under the Farm Waste Management Scheme are being issued this week, according to Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Beverley Flynn.

Sinn Féin sets out actions needed as Government ‘frozen by big freeze’

Sinn Féin county councillor Gerry Murray has deemed the Government response to the big freeze as ‘farcical’. Cllr Murray set out a number of steps that still need to be taken to address the hardship caused by the freezing weather.

 

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