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New ten year ‘vision’ proposed for Main Street

A Castlebar councillor wants to see the county town’s main thoroughfare transformed into a vibrant and hip boulevard, dotted with cafés, bars, attractive squares, cobbled laneways, and a lively night time economy under roofed sections.

Asylum seekers issue plea for change

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Asylum seekers living in Ballyhaunis, under a system described this week as ‘inhumane, unjust and unfair’, have brought their plight to the door of the Taoiseach’s constituency office.

Castlebar group work with children of Chernobyl

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On April 28, 1986, a team of workers at a Swedish power plant raised the alarm when they detected radioactive particles on their clothing.

Asylum seekers in Mayo issue plea for change

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Asylum seekers living in Ballyhaunis, under a system described this week as ‘inhumane, unjust and unfair’, have brought their plight to the door of the Taoiseach’s constituency office.

Asylum seekers plan march to Taoiseach's office

Residents of the Old Convent in Ballyhaunis, a direct provision accommodation centre for asylum seekers, are to stage a demonstration in Castlebar on Wednesday.

Ballina’s clean streets perform well in litter league

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The latest survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter has revealed that Ballina is performing well when it comes to keeping its streets clean.

Mayo group plan solidarity rally for Palestine

A demonstration in solidarity with the people of Gaza and Palestine, is taking place at Market Square, Castlebar, tomorrow (Saturday) at 4 pm.

Longford launches new Cruthú Arts Festival

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The inaugural Cruthú Arts Festival was launched this week by the cathaoirleach of Longford County Council, Mark Casey, who joined organisers and exhibitors for a special photocall in Longford town’s Market Square.

All Aboard for a Kinvara art exhibition

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AN EXHIBITION of paintings, ceramics, and sculpture by Kinvara based artists opens in the south Galway village tomorrow.

Liam Durkan memorial walk tomorrow in Castlebar

The 10th anniversary of the death of Liam Durkan will be marked this Saturday with a memorial walk around Lough Lannagh. The walk will get under way at 12 noon in the Lough Lannagh car park and there will be refreshments served in Castlebar Tennis Club afterwards. Liam was deeply involved with the Castlebar Tidy Towns Committee from 1997 until his death in 2004. Liam worked tirelessly on behalf of Castlebar on many projects including the redevelopment of Market Square, The Mall, and in particular the Lough Lannagh Enhancement project.

 

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