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Signposts in foreign lands

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We have all been to an Irish Pub somewhere in the world. Some are authentic—you could be in Castlebar or Bohola, others less so. La Gitane is a friendly bar in Bayeux that serves nice Guinness. Leaving there one evening last summer, I looked back to see a faded sign on the canopy above the door with the words ‘Irish Bar.’ I would never have guessed.

Rates and energy bills see Mayo businesses close


More growth for Ballina with Jackie Clarke Collection


Repair of sea wall in Belmullet still on hold

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Despite expectations that a damaged sea wall on the road in to Belmullet would be re-constructed and repaired as far back as 2019 - councillors for the area have now been advised it will be at least 2023 before the job is done.

Concerns raised over Greenway CPO strategy

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Compulsory Purchase Orders will form part of the land acquisition strategy to further develop Greenway routes in Mayo, wherever landowners may not be agreeable to granting access - according to Paul Hyland, Senior Executive of Mayo County Council National Roads Office.

West Mayo councillors oppose dog ban on beaches

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A plan by Mayo County Council to ban dogs from beaches between noon and 6pm as part of a bid to maintain Blue Flag status has been widely condemned by councillors in the Westport-Belmullet Municipal District.

Bundula sea wall delays angers councillors

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Erris-based councillors in the Westport-Belmullet Municipal District have expressed their disappointment at being informed that works on the Bundula sea wall in the Mullet peninsula, are now not expected to be completed until Spring 2023 - and not by the end of this year - as they had been initially informed.

West Mayo councillors to hold special meeting on greenway funding

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The Westport Municipal District will hold a special stand-alone meeting in January to consider a report on the removal of funding for the Clew Bay Greenway by the Department of Rural and Community Development.

More pyrite-affected buildings emerge across county, as homeowners head to capital protest

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More buildings impacted by the pyrite crisis have emerged in other areas of the county, it has emerged this week, as affected homeowners and supporters make the long trip to Dublin today (Friday) to take part in another protest calling for 100 per cent redress under the Defective Concrete Blocks scheme.

News in Brief - Around the county

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A quick catch up on what's been going on around the county 


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