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SDZ for Ireland West Airport approved by councillors
The elected members of Mayo County Council this week approved the draft planning scheme for a new Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) at Ireland West Airport Knock.
GMIT marks twenty-fifth anniversary of BA (Hons) in religious studies
GMIT’s acclaimed degree course in religious studies is approaching its 25th anniversary and begins its next cycle next month (September). Bringing a fresh eye and an open approach to the study of religion, the course sets out to create a space for those whose engagement with religion is thoughtful and exploratory.
Council confirm purchase of Victoria House
Mayo County Council confirmed last weekend it had reached an agreement to purchase Victoria House in Ballina - the family home of former president Mary Robinson.
Council welcomes decision to allow realignment of R312
Mayo County Council has welcomed the decision by An Bord Pleanála to grant permission for the Realignment of the R312 Regional road at Muckanagh and Kilgarve, Glenisland, Castlebar.
€1m announcement means ‘green light’ for Ballinrobe Town Hall
It’s all systems go now for the campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall - following Minister Michael Ring’s announcement of over €1m in funding on Friday last.
Belmullet Community Futures Action Plan launched
The Belmullet Community Futures Action Plan 2019 – 2024 was launched last week by Minister Michael Ring.
Council welcomes Green Flag awards for six Mayo parks
Mayo County Council welcomes the awarding of six prestigious recognised Green Flags for the county. The Jackie Clarke Collection Heritage Garden, Ballina, and Turlough Park were both announced as winners at an awards ceremony in Maynooth University.
People being charged to vote - alleges Coyle
Fine Gael councillor Gerry Coyle has claimed that people who are sick or elderly and can't get to a polling station to vote, are having to pay doctors for medical certificates in order to get a postal vote to vote at elections.
Kilcoyne says there is anarchy and intimidation on the streets of Castlebar
Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne has called for the setting up of the new Joint Policing Committee (JPC) of Mayo County Council as a priority, stating that there are a number of people causing serious problems in Castlebar.
Funds from sale of lands in Ballina can not be ring-fenced for spending in local area
The sale by Mayo County Council of two plots of land in Ballina town to Aldi Stores (Ireland) Ltd - consisting of 0.012 hectares and 0.134 hectares located at the Teeling Street car park, was approved by Mayo County Council this week.