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The combination of particularly strong demand and limited supply is causing house prices to rise across Ireland.
Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan has welcomed progress taking place to improve the N84 north of Shrule. At the Roads and Transport Strategic Policy Committee (SPC) of Mayo County Council, Cllr Ryan asked for an update on the situation in regards to the N84 north of Shrule and 'that pinch point area that has been the focus of representations on a regular basis at Transport Infrastructure Ireland level', adding: "I am led to believe they may have considered that works." Responding to Cllr Ryan, head of roads for Mayo County Council, Paul Dolan, said: "On the initial TII allocation there was nothing for it, but I did contact them and they have allocated €50,000, which is to start the design and hopefully we can get on to land acquisition later this year to try and get widening the road at that section, there is an allocation now as a scheme and that should progress."
When Conor Madden decided to be the man to take on the last chance for Kilmeena to draw level almost seven minutes into injury time, every Kilmaine and Kilmeena supporter inside and outside the ground had their hearts in their mouths.
If Kilmaine are gong to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Ardnaree and Kiltimagh in reaching an All Ireland Junior Club Football Championship final in Croke Park - they are very much going to have to do it the hard way.
Kilmaine shook off the disappointment of losing the Mayo junior final to Castlebar Mitchels B last weekend and booked their place in the Connacht semi-final with a three point win over Galway kingpins, Glenamaddy.
It is just a 28 mile drive from Kilmaine to Glenamaddy and tomorrow afternoon the south Mayo men will be meeting the boys from north Galway at a half-way point in Tuam Stadium - with a place in the Connacht Club Junior Football Championship semi-final up for grabs.
Councillors in south Mayo are looking for enhanced traffic calming measures to be put in place in the village of Kilmaine, due to the large increased volume of traffic going through the village since the opening of the M18 motorway from Tuam to Dublin.
Michael Ring T.D., Minister for Rural & Community Development, has welcomed the announcement that six new social houses will be built in Kilmaine, Co Mayo, with a budget of €1,103,033.
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While there was no winner of last night’s record equalling €190 million EuroMillions jackpot, the residents of the small rural village of Kilmaine are celebrating this morning after it emerged that a local shop sold a €500,000 EuroMillions Plus ticket.