Search Results for 'Michael Loftus'

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All change as voters have their say

The curtain finally came down on the local and European election count in the Royal Theatre in Castlebar in the early hours of Thursday after a mammoth almost five days of counting of votes, when Marian Harkin held off the challenge of Pat ‘The Cope’ Gallagher to win the last seat in the Midlands North West European constituency.

All-night humdinger of a battle in Ballina proves every vote really does count

It was widely expected that the eight seats in the Ballina area would be some of the most hotly contested in the county and that was certainly the case in the count centre in the TF Royal Theatre Hotel, Castlebar, over the weekend.

Proposal to develop Lough Conn as premier water tourism centre

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Lough Conn could be developed into the top inland water tourism attraction in the west of Ireland.

Who is running in Elections 2014

Nominations for the Local Elections on May 23 closed on Saturday.

Sunk ship idea floated again

Plans to sink a warship in Killala Bay to develop a top-class diving attraction have been floated again.

Sunk ship idea floated again

Plans to sink a warship in Killala Bay to develop a top-class diving attraction have been floated again.

Prizes for three Mayo schools in BT Young Scientist expo

Three Mayo schools came away with prizes from the 49th BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2013 in Dublin last Friday.

McHale Park hosts third pitchside emergency course

Mc Hale Park in Castlebar was host to the third annual Management Pitchside Emergencies Course last weekend.

Fáilte Ireland will not sink Killala ship plans, says Loftus

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Fianna Fáil election candidate Michael Loftus has expressed disappointment at Fáilte Ireland’s difficulty with granting funding to Killala Bay’s artificial reef project, but states that this is “certainly not the end of the line” for the ambitious attraction.

Kilmurray Water Scheme essential - Loftus

Fianna Fail election candidate, Michael Loftus, has called a meeting with Minister Michael Finneran, and is urging him to address the “essential” Kilmurray Water Scheme.

 

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