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Council management asked to respond to Sunday newspaper story

Chief executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes, responded to a query from Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh about claims made of planning irregularities in an unnamed county in the Sunday Independent last week. Mr Hynes responded to the councillors query saying: “I am aware of the coverage in a national newspaper at the weekend. You will be aware that no county was named in that and it appears that it might refer to Mayo, but as of now, we have had no communication from any agency or authority. If we are communicated with, as always we will co-operate fully with any investigation that takes place to its conclusion.” He concluded by saying that he couldn’t comment any further.

Council is being held to ransom by housing agency — Finn

By Colm Gannon

Planning permission approved for two new Primary Care Centres in Mayo

The Health Service Executive announced yesterday that planning permission has been approved for two new primary care centres in Westport and Claremorris. The tender process by the National Development Finance Agency is under way. The primary care centres will be located at Kilcolman Road, Claremorris, and Toberhill, Westport. These centres are part of the overall HSE plan to develop primary care services in local towns.

Mayo County Council launch Community Diaspora Tourism Initiative fund

Mayo County Council has launched a new community tourism initiative for the Diaspora which seeks to build on the legacy of The Gathering 2013. The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, officially launched the initiative, a joint partnership by Fáilte Ireland, IPB Insurance, and the 34 local authorities, to provide an annual fund of €1m over the next three years to support up to 700 local community-based events each year around the country. Mayo County Council will provide €30,000 over the next three years for this purpose.

Mayo County Council launch Community Diaspora Tourism Initiative fund

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Mayo County Council has launched a new community tourism initiative for the Diaspora which seeks to build on the legacy of The Gathering 2013. The Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, officially launched the initiative, a joint partnership by Fáilte Ireland, IPB Insurance, and the 34 local authorities, to provide an annual fund of €1m over the next three years to support up to 700 local community-based events each year around the country. Mayo County Council will provide €30,000 over the next three years for this purpose.

Popular rural festival returns to Mayo

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Organisers of the Féile na Tuaithe festival, which celebrates rural life, have welcomed its return after a two-year break.

New website seeks to connect millions of Mayo people worldwide

An online initiative by Mayo County Council with the Western Development Commission (WDC) will see millions of people in the global Mayo family get connected through an innovative and exciting online project, www.mayo.ie. The new website launched by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, at The Museum of Country Life on Friday last, will bring together a wide range of information on all aspects of Mayo from business and social interaction to genealogy and local history.

Mayo Ideas Week is here to stay

The inaugural Mayo Ideas Week has been judged an outstanding success and shows what can be achieved when enterprise agencies combine their efforts. Up to 450 people attended 10 events over five days in venues throughout the entire county.

Council urged to buy old Imperial Hotel

A novel plan to have Mayo County Council purchase the old Imperial Hotel in Castlebar and reinvent it for public and office use is being proposed by a local representative.

Council urged to buy old Imperial Hotel

A novel plan to have Mayo County Council purchase the old Imperial Hotel in Castlebar and reinvent it for public and office use is being proposed by a local representative.

 

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