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Healy-Eames calls for awareness training for agricultural inspectors

By Kernan Andrews

Get fit at at an approved horse riding centre

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Horse riding in an Association of Irish Riding Establishment approved riding centre can tick all the boxes for children and adults.

Councillor calls to end the “barbaric” killing of stray horses

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The practice of putting down stray horses and in particular mares in foal after five days unless they have been claimed by their owners was described as “something that I don’t think anyone with any decency can stand over,” by Independent Cllr Gerry Ginty this week.

Rooney auctioneers secures national tenders

Rooney auctioneers & chartered surveyors has been successful in two recent national tenders, beating competition from a number of the country’s leading property firms.

Public meeting on ash dieback disease

Galway landowners and farmers are being urged to attend a public meeting, organised by the Department of Agriculture and Teagasc, on the effects of the ash dieback disease on forests.

Funding for Saleen Harbour welcomed

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring has welcomed the allocation of €112,500 for Saleen Harbour in Binghamstown.

Mayo piers and harbours to receive upgrade and improvement works

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has warmly welcomed the announcement of funding to a number of harbours in County Mayo under the Harbours Scheme from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine.

Kyne demands answers over fish farm proposals

Unless vital questions over sea lice, contamination of fish stocks, and issues of employment are addressed openly and publicly, the public cannot have any confidence in decisions made about the controversial fish farm for Galway Bay.

The day Munster beat the All Blacks

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IT IS one of the legendary days in Irish rugby. In Thomond Park, Limerick, on Tuesday October 31 1978, Munster took on one of the greatest New Zealand sides of all time - and beat them, 12 - 0. Afterwards All Blacks wing Stu Wilson said : “We were lucky to get nil.”

Year long wait for funding for Mayo north east groups to end

A resolution has been achieved and the reinstatement of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) in northeast Mayo will come on stream in the near future, it has been revealed. Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony told the Mayo Advertiser yesterday afternoon that Minister Phil Hogan has given the go ahead following the conclusion of an investigation into governance issues in the Mayo North East LEADER Partnership (MNELP) last year.

 

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