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Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo, Dara Calleary, and Mayo County Councillor, Michael Smyth, have met with the National Transport Authority to raise matters with bus services across East Mayo.
The Western Rail Trail campaign — The campaign to utilise the route of the closed railway from Athenry to Sligo as a greenway until such time as a railway might be possible again has welcomed the election results in Sligo, Galway and Mayo.
After being lumped in with both the Ballina and Claremorris area last time out, Swinford is standing on its own two feet again this time around.
Following the closure of the nomination process for this month's local elections last weekend, the stage has been set with a total of 63 candidates set to chase the 30 seats up for grabs in Mayo County Council.
The business community in Mayo has this week helped to launch an expanded business mentoring service in the county, called Mentor Mayo.
Fine Gael held two selection conventions over the weekend to further firm up their ticket going into May's local elections.
A wonderful evening of top class music and song was delivered to a capacity audience attending Castlebar Concert Band’s Annual Concert held in GMIT last Wednesday October 25.
The process of putting a master plan in place for the strategic development zone (SDZ) at Ireland West Airport Knock (IWAK) will take in the region of two years to complete, the elected members of Mayo County Council were told this week at their June monthly meeting which was held in Carancon Parish Centre. At the meeting the members voted to defer the making of a new local area plan for the airport following the announcement a fortnight ago of the SDZ designation being approved by the Cabinet.
In another attractive SSE Airtricity League premier division encounter, Galway United host table-toppers Cork City at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow (7.45pm).
A total of €12,228.26 was paid in expenses by Mayo County Council to elected members to attend just two events last year. When it came to expenses for conferences, training and meetings in Ireland, a total of €72,438.85 was paid out to the members for 2016 who, according to the figures released, attended 201 conferences and training events between them, working out at an average of €360 per claim.