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People power seems to have won the day in Mulranny as news was welcomed this week that the ambulance base there is to be fully staffed for the first time since it officially opened a year ago.
There was lots of golfing action taking place around the county last weekend. Here are some of the results recorded.
Cumann Badoiri Acla has come up with a fundraiser for developing the club with a special emphasis on youth, including special needs youth. The event, which comprises a 10k run and a 5k walk, is meant to embrace all comers, takes place on the Westport Greenway on Saturday, August 30.
Prominent Mulranny GP Dr Jerry Cowley has released a statement to media this morning (Friday) saying there was no ambulance cover in Mayo last night.
The newly completed HSE West ambulance base located one mile west of Mulranny village will commence day operations next month according to Mulranny GP and former TD, Dr Jerry Cowley. The new base will provide state-of-the–art ambulance services to the local populations of Achill, Corraun, Mulranny, Tiernaur, Newport, and Louisburgh, and north along the N59 towards Ballycroy and Bangor Erris.
A book by Maggie Heston called Mother’s Whispers will be launched on March 17 at Nevins, Newfield Inn, Mulranny, from 8pm.
As coalition talks between Fine Gael and Labour continue, the political landscape in Mayo has taken on a new look and the electorate are hoping that Fine Gael, given the vote of confidence that has been bestowed on them, will not disappoint.
Despite an absolute wipeout of the Fianna Fáil party on a national level, and Mayo only returning one Fianna Fáil TD to the 31st Dáil, there still exists a core Fianna Fáil vote in Mayo.
Results of Count 7 - Distribution of Rose Conway-Walsh’s votes
All eyes will be on Castlebar this weekend and specifically the election count centre at the Royal Theatre where local man Enda Kenny is set to make history.