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Good news for Mayo passport applicants

Mayo holidaymakers looking to quickly renew their passport before a last-minute jaunt abroad can be reassured that their application will be dealt with expediently as normal passport services resume.

‘Intentional reckless, dangerous driving’ by Reek pilgrim

A 19-year-old man who, while on his way to Westport to celebrate Reek Sunday drove in an “intentional reckless, dangerous manner”, was before Judge Aeneas McCarthy at Ballina District Court on Wednesday.

€250,000 grant for Mullingar cycle routes

A project to promote walking and cycling routes around Mullingar is to receive a windfall of almost a quarter of a million euros.

Harsh reality of direct provision accommodation laid out in report

The harsh reality of life for more than 300 asylum seekers and refugees who live in direct provision accommodation in Mayo was laid bare this week. GMIT Castlebar hosted a launch for the “One size doesn’t fit all” report published by the Free Legal Advice Centre (FLAC) , in association with Mayo Intercultural Association. The report marks the 10th anniversary of direct provision accommodation in Ireland. Currently there are 315 people living in Ballyhaunis in direct provision accommodation, there were centres in both Kiltimagh and Cong previously providing accommodation but have since been closed.

Cruises for singles with Castle Travel

Single cruises are an ideal way to meet other single people who are shopping for a significant other or just a great time. It is not easy meeting other single people, which is why taking advantage of these opportunities might be your best way to meet new people. You know that the people aboard are out for the same reason that you are.

Upper Eglinton Canal upgrade to go ahead

The upgrading of the Upper Eglinton Canal Towpath at University Road is due to begin shortly, after funding was secured by the Department of the Environment.

Ambitious council plan seeks to reduce car use in the city

Pedestrian areas of Galway city could be increased by 7,500sq metres in the city centre, while speed limits could be reduced to 30kph as part of ambitious new proposals which seek to reduce car use by 15 per cent by 2014.


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