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People Before Profit to host public meeting on one-parent family cuts

Tomorrow, Saturday April 11, at 3pm People Before Profit Mayo has organised a public meeting in the Le Cheile Family resource centre, Tucker Street, Castlebar. The guest speaker at the event will be Michelle Frawley of the one-parent family group Spark. She will give a presentation on the cuts to one-parent family payments and the consequences for one-parent families, followed by a question and answer session.

Captain’s and President’s prizes take centre stage

Balla

Seven Galway settlements on latest revenue list

Seven people in Galway made settlements with the Revenue Commissioners in the first quarter of the year, amounting to more than €646,000, according to the latest list of defaulters published this week.

Captain’s prize up for grabs in Balla this weekend

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Balla

Tee times for insomniacs this Saturday morning in Westport

Balla

Calleary calls for urgent clearing of backlog in payments to Mayo farmers

Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has welcomed indications from the secretary general of the Department of Agriculture Tom Moran that the Agri-Environment Options Scheme may be reopened this year. Mr Moran made the comments to the Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture last week, just weeks after the Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney admitted that he is not considering reopening the scheme. Deputy Calleary said: “There was much anger and upset among thousands of farmers in Mayo and across the west last month when Minister Coveney said there would be no new AEOS scheme this year. It will come as a huge relief to them if the Minister rows back on this, as indicated now by the secretary general of his Department.

Calleary calls for urgent clearing of backlog in payments to Mayo farmers

Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has welcomed indications from the Secretary General of the Department of Agriculture Tom Moran that the Agri-Environment Options Scheme may be reopened this year. Mr Moran made the comments to the Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture last week, just weeks after the Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney admitted that he is not considering reopening the scheme. Deputy Calleary said, “There was much anger and upset among thousands of farmers in Mayo and across the West last month when Minister Coveney said there would be no new AEOS scheme this year. It will come as a huge relief to them if the Minister rows back on this, as indicated now by the Secretary General of his Department.

O’Neill lands hole in one in Mulranny

Mulranny

Golf results

•Oughterard Golf Club: Men’s open singles stableford, Tom Gallen (16) 40; Luke Bohan (7) 39; Cyril Foye (13) 39; Adrian Connell (23) 38. Men's stableford, Colm Kavanagh (19) 43; Tony O'Donnell (21) 41; Gross Robert Monroe (6) 34; Christy Smyth (19) 39; Conor Bohan (15) 39; Cathair Conneely (6) 39. Ladies’ Cystic Fibrosis Open, Valerie Heery (23) 36; Sarah Donnelly (36) 35; Gross Annette O’Neill, Tuam (11) 23; Carmel Moore (29) 34; Cat 1, Margaret O’Neill (20) 33; Rita Jordan (17) 32; Cat 2,Noreen Maloney (26) 33; Kathleen Ivers, Galway (27) 33; Cat 3, Mary Loughman (29) 33; Mary O’Connell (36) 32.

A career in counselling and psychotherapy — professional programmes at ICPPD

The International College for Personal and Professional Development, a third level adult education college in Garden Vale, Athlone, Co Westmeath, will hold an open day in Galway next week. This college provides training and education in the arena of the helping professions, in particular the field of counselling and psychotherapy, creativity, expressive arts, and spirituality.

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