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We take a look at some of the interesting things that the count threw up last Sunday
Tomorrow is the day the people of Mayo go to the polls with 15 candidates vying for their number one votes and four seats up for grabs, while a smaller hamlet in the south of the county will be voting in the Galway West constituency.
"We know what we are up against, but it is about getting our message out there and building for the future and showing people there is an alternative out there - this is a process, it won't happen overnight, we want to get the message out there that there is an alternative for people and we don't have to just take the narrative that is constantly spun that only helps a small number in society. It is a hard slog to build it, but we are determined to do it", said People Before Profit Mayo candidate Joe Daly, explaining to the Mayo Advertiser this week why he is out knocking on doors and looking for people's votes
The closing date for nominations for the upcoming general election passed on Wednesday and 15 people handed in their nomination papers to returning officer Fintan Murphy to contest for the four seats up for grabs.
Next year the age at which a person qualifies for a state pension will increase to 67. Each year’s increase in the pension age costs a worker €12,911 a year. So, next year, the Irish state will save €25,822 for every worker in the country.
The race to fill the four Mayo seats up for grabs in next month's general election got up and running this week after An Táoiseach Leo Varadkar requested President Higgins to dissolve the 32nd Dáil.
People Before Profit have selected Joe Daly as their candidate to run in the upcoming Dáil election. Mr Daly is a secondary school teacher in Castlebar and ran for the party in the local elections 2019.
The Mayo Branch of United Against Racism will have its official launch night on Tuesday, November 19, at 8pm in the Ivy Tower Hotel, Castlebar.
More than 200 people attended a public meeting in Achill on Wednesday night after it emerged that an emergency accommodation centre might be opened in The Achill Head Hotel at Pollagh. The meeting heard of the unsuitability of the location for the proposed centre, with attendees saying that the people who are seeking the accommodation are not the targets, but the Department of Justice which had failed to liaise with locals on the matter.
Three childrens' theatre events of note will perform on the Tuar Ard Arts Centre stage as October draws to a conclusion.