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Excitement building for first ever Mayo Day

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Mayo will become the only county in Ireland to claim a day all of its own tomorrow (May 2), when the first ever Mayo Day celebrations kick off in earnest across the globe.

Achill skywalk could be a world famous attraction

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The Achill Business Network has welcomed plans to construct a glass ‘skywalk’ overlooking Keem Bay at the furthermost westerly point on the island.

Are you ready to take on the Rooster Booster tomorrow

The newly revamped Castlebar Adventure Duathlon on Saturday March 14 was launched at the shores of Lough Lannagh recently by the noted endurance man Gerry Duffy, Gerry Duffy is no stranger to adventure racing and has competed on the circuit many a time, also there to lend her support was Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo Local enterprise, stating that this event will be huge for Castlebar.

Are you ready to take on the Rooster Booster?

The newly revamped Castlebar Adventure Duathlon on Saturday March 14 was launched at the shores of Lough Lannagh recently by the noted endurance man Gerry Duffy, Gerry Duffy is no stranger to adventure racing and has competed on the circuit many a time, also there to lend her support was Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo Local enterprise, stating that this event will be huge for Castlebar.

Adventure race with Rooster Booster challenge launched in Castlebar

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Castlebar is to get its own adventure race which organisers are hoping to develop into a premier event on the adventure calendar in the west of Ireland.

Velorail could bring major tourism boost to Kiltimagh

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Kiltimagh looks set to get a tourism product which could attract up to 30,000 visitors annually to the east Mayo town.

Huge tourism targets set in new plan

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Mayo County Council has developed a hugely ambitious five-year tourism strategy which aims to increase visitor numbers to the county by 80 per cent by 2020 and, in the long-term, increase tourism by up to 350 per cent and create 1,000 new jobs.

Big thrill seekers fly in for Erris waves

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Two of the best known kitesurfers in the world of extreme watersports boarded a plane in South Africa and headed straight to north Mayo last week when their tide and chart watching predicted it would be the number one spot on the planet for catching big waves and wind.

Northgate jobs on track

Mayo winners fly the flag at regional Best Young Entrepreneur finals

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Three young Mayo entrepreneurs are flying the flag for the county at the regional finals of the inaugural Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur competition, which is offering an investment prize-fund of €2 million.

 

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