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Croí launches ‘Listen to Your Heart’ campaign to promote Heart Valve Disease Awareness Week

Ireland’s heart and stroke charity, Croí, has today launched Heart Valve Disease (HVD) Awareness Week. As part of HVD Awareness Week, Croí will be hosting four free stethoscope check events in Galway, Mayo, Limerick and Dublin. Croí expects to listen to over 1,000 hearts over the course of the week.

Politicians react to Mayo constituency changes

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Following the announcement this week that the Electoral Commission recommends the Mayo constituency be changed from a four-seater to a five-seater and that south mayo areas added to the Galway west Dáil constituency be returned to the Mayo Dáil constituency - reaction was swift from some political quarters around Mayo.

Queen of Ireland, Panti Bliss announced for Galway Comedy Festival

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The acts so far announced for this year’s Galway Comedy Festival include the Queen of Ireland, Panti Bliss, who is bringing her smash hit show If These Wigs Could Talk to the Black Box Theatre on Saturday October 28, after a record-breaking-run in Dublin, Belfast and London.

Mitchels hold their nerve to seal league title

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It might not have had as much on the line as their meeting in the Mayo GAA Senior Football Championship semi-final last year, but Castlebar Mitchels and Westport gave the culminating game of the Mayo GAA Senior Football League the ending the competition deserved last Saturday evening in Hastings Insurance MacHale Park.

Mitchels hold their nerve to seal league title


Mayo moves to new division in HSE Regions Plan

Cabinet approval was announced this week for the Health Service Executive to implement a new Health Regions plan - of six separate divisions - that will see Mayo now form part of a new division - HSE West and North West. As to whether this will mean Mayo's voice at the table will be heard stronger than ever, in terms of the delivery of health and social care services, remains to be seen.

Fun times as Galway becomes Ireland’s comedy capital

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Fun times as Galway becomes Ireland’s comedy capital again this October

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Galway becomes Ireland’s Comedy Capital this October Bank Holiday, with the nation’s biggest comedy festival taking over the city’s pubs and theatres for seven nights of fun, laughter, mischief, and merriment.

A weekend to savour coming up

The Mayo ladies take centre stage for us when they take on Kerry this Saturday in the All-Ireland semi- final in Thurles. This will be a testing encounter for them as Kerry will be full of confidence and expectation after defeating All-Ireland champions Meath in their quarter final.

Mayo one step from All Ireland Final spot

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Tom Semple’s field in Thurles has seen many the classic encounter down the years, mostly of the small ball variety; but on Saturday Mayo will head to the home of hurling looking to book a spot in the All Ireland Senior Football Championship final for the first time in six years.


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