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"I’m really looking forward to seeing my family first of all, and then getting back into my routine. Like most people the lack of sport has been a massive void both watching and playing so I can’t wait to get back to the local and enjoy a great game with a nice cold pint. There seems to be a very positive sentiment towards supporting local business once this ends so I will be supporting as many fantastic Galway businesses as possible once they reopen. Another thing that I’ve missed more than I realised is hugs so my friends and family particularly my two nephews are in for loads when it's safe to do so again.
Independent Cllr Johno O'Malley has asked the executive of the West Mayo Municipal District whether there are any changes to be made to the amount of land people need to own to get planning permission in rural areas.
THE POET Dave Lordan has argued that, in an age when poetry is more effectively transmitted over the internet, rather than through traditional book sales, the poetry collection belongs more to the heritage end of the poetry business.
An O'Malley development, homes in Leargan, Western Distributary Road, offer great spacious bedrooms with no box room. No 105 is a beautiful owner-occupied home which enjoys a great site position with lots of open green space around it.
O'Malley Construction Company Ltd is now releasing the first phase of new four bed A rated family homes at its newest development, Tuairin, which is located off the Coast Road in Roscam.
It was another great weekend for golfers around the county last weekend and they returned some great scores.
Custom House Studios in Westport is hosting an exhibition of a selection of works from the The Irish American Cultural Institute’s O’Malley Collection of 20th Century Art at the University of Limerick. The exhibition was formally opened by Pearce O’Malley, chief of the O’Malley Clan, last night at Custom House Studios Westport.
"Some people think I'm mad, facing the car for home on a Friday evening at 4.30pm, but during the summer where else would you rather be than at home in Louisburgh, as long as the weather is good of course." Austin O'Malley has been there and done it all before but he is still making the long trip home from his home on the east coast each weekend to try to help get Louisburgh back over the line in the junior ranks of Mayo football.
First Independent Mayo last night announced that George O'Malley from Newport and Peter Jordan from Ballina would be running on a joint ticket for the political grouping. The two candidates were launched last night at an event in the Twin Trees Hotel in Ballina.
Mayo County Library is starting the year with a once-off opportunity to hear about the life of Castlebar born revolutionary hero Ernie O’Malley by his son. The talk entitled Ernie O'Malley, A Life Spent Beyond the Pale will be delivered by Cormac O’Malley in Castlebar Library on Friday January 16 at 7.30pm and is free to the public.