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Duffy looks for footpath extension on Killala Road

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Independent Ballina councillor Mark Duffy put forward a notice of motion at the April meeting of the Ballina Municipal District calling for a 300 meter extension of the footpath on the Killala road in Ballina to Oaklawn housing estate; and also, in time, allowing it to connect up with the proposed new Culleens National School.

An end to raw sewage in Killala Bay

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Raw sewage that was being discharged to the environment untreated in Mayo has been stopped - following a €19 million investment in wastewater infrastructure by Irish Water in partnership with Mayo County Council.

An end to raw sewage discharge in Killala Bay only weeks away

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Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, will commence operation of a new wastewater treatment plant in the coming weeks to stop the discharge of untreated wastewater being discharged into Killala Bay.

Ballina and Killala customers set to enjoy more reliable water supply following Irish Water mains replacement works

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Irish Water, working in partnership with Mayo County Council, is replacing approximately one kilometre of old and damaged watermains in Ballina and Killala that were prone to frequent bursts and leakage, which caused water supply disruptions for customers in the area. The mains are being replaced with new high density polyethylene (plastic) pipes.

There was a story told of a mermaid seen at Killala Bay

Continuing his wry and sardonic observations on the personalities, and the heaving populated life that he encounters on the roads, towns and villages along the way, the young William Makepeace Thackeray continued his journey through Connemara. In 1842 he spent four months on an extensive tour of this island, and later published his observations in the well received Irish Sketch Book to which he added numerous drawings mainly of the people he met. Yet for all his sceptical comments he is genuinely moved by the landscape of Connemara, and writes eloquently on intimate moments.

There was a story told of a mermaid seen at Killala Bay

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Continuing his wry and sardonic observations on the personalities, and the heaving populated life that he encounters on the roads, towns and villages along the way, the young William Makepeace Thackeray continued his journey through Connemara. In 1842 he spent four months on an extensive tour of this island, and later published his observations in the well received Irish Sketch Book to which he added numerous drawings mainly of the people he met. Yet for all his sceptical comments he is genuinely moved by the landscape of Connemara, and writes eloquently on intimate moments.

New charity cycle in honour of prolific Ballina fundraiser

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A new 50km charity cycle has been organised by a Ballina man as a “fitting” way of thanking cancer nurses who cared for his late mother.

Mayo Cancer Care West bus transported over 350 passengers since March

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Over 350 cancer patients and their families have travelled on the new new Mayo Cancer Care West bus which commenced service in March of this year.

Man missing since Sunday morning located.

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Gardaí in Killala investigating the missing person appeal for 87-year-old John Lockwood who went missing on Sunday morning 20th October, 2019 have located John safe and well.

SDZ at Asahi site could bring huge opportunities to Killala

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The foundations for having the former Asahi site in Killala designated as a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) were laid at a meeting of Mayo County Council on Monday last.

 

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