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Main parties blaming each other for suspension of major road schemes

The news that work on all major roads projects in the country is being suspended because of spending cutbacks across the country, including a number of high profile projects in Mayo, saw both the major parties in the country blaming each other for the stalling of the works.

Respiratory physician joins hospital cystic fibrosis team

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The first physician in the west of Ireland dedicated to the treatment of adults with cystic fibrosis has been appointed at Galway University Hospitals [University and Merlin Park].

Mayo TDs appointed to Oireachtas committees

A number of Mayo TDs have been appointed to Oireachtas committees.

Active Fitness at the Carlton introduces top spec performance indicator

No matter what your fitness goals are, the best way to achieve them is to train at the right intensity. Training at the correct intensity leads to better results, sufficient recovery, and more enjoyable exercise. Active Fitness and Leisure, the Carlton Hotel’s new state-of-the-art fitness facility, exclusively offers the Suunto Software heart monitoring system, ensuring that clients get the most from their fitness regime.

Media circus hit Castlebar for Fine Gael nominations

Being the presumptive next toaiseach brings a lot of baggage with it and one of those bags landed in force in Castlebar on Wednesday morning. The normally low key affair of handing in your official nomination paper to the county register Fintan Murphy took place under the glare and scrutiny of the national media. It is a long way time when Kenny first handed in his nomination paper back in the autumn of 1975. At 11.10am after all the paperwork was checked and validated by returning officer Fintan Murphy it was done and dusted and Enda Kenny became the 11th nominee to be put on the ballot paper in Mayo. A little over six minutes later, he was joined by his three constituency colleagues, Michael Ring, John O’Mahony, and Michelle Mulherin as the party looks to claim an historic four seats in the county.

Countdown begins to March 11 General Election

The people of Ireland will go to the polls on Friday March 11 in what will undoubtedly be one of the most highly anticipated general elections in decades.

New figures show young Mayo people are leaving our shores – O’Mahony

Figures showing 154 fewer people under the age of 25 signing on the Live Register in Mayo now than 12 months ago should not be regarded as a vindication of Government policy in the area of creating employment but as a stark reminder that the emigration of young people from this county has raised its ugly head again,

Declan Meehan announces his retirement from inter-county football

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One of Galway’s best and favourite footballers for the past fifteen years, Declan Meehan announced his retirement on Tuesday night. He informed team manager Tomás Ó Flatharta of his decision at training in Loughgeorge.

Warm welcome for new jobs at Hollister

The good news story of 250 new jobs to be created at Hollister ULC in Ballina, plus an additional 200 short-term jobs for construction workers over the next year, has been warmly welcomed this week. The US based healthcare company is investing €65 million in expanding its current manufacturing facility in Ballina with an additional 75,000 square feet by end of 2011.

Mayo TDs slam Gormley’s ‘daft new policy’

Fine Gael spokesperson on social protection Deputy Michael Ring and Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony have called on John Gormley to reverse his new policy to prevent tradespeople and small businesses from using commercial vehicles for occasional personal use.

 

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