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Irish Water is working with Mayo County Council to restore water as quickly as possible to impacted customers following a large burst to a water main in Belmullet Town.
The resumption of normal activities post Covid-19 restrictions has been a cause for celebration for countless voluntary clubs and organisations around the county in recent months.
Respected American travel journalist Peter Greenberg will showcase Mayo and Ireland in a new travel programme called Hidden Ireland, which will air during prime time on PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) later this year to millions of people across the United States.
American travel journalist Peter Greenberg films new travel programme called ‘Hidden Ireland’ in Galway
BY DECLAN VARLEY
At the most recent gathering of Athlone Pop-Up Gaeltacht, members took time out of their weekly meeting to offer solidarity to those in the six counties organising a march in support of Irish language rights.
Every May brings all of Europe together to share the experience of watching the small screen, just like we all used to do back in the day. Streaming TV services and watch on demand, mean that outside of sport, there are now just a few international events where half the globe shares the immediate experience.
This year the Energia and GIY Get Ireland Growing initiative aims to sow the seed of community food growing by giving away 300 community growing starter kits across Ireland, worth a total of €42,500.
Westmeath County Council has announced the re-appointment of Dr Paul Hughes as its historian in residence as its Decade of Centenaries programme continues in 2022. Dr Hughes’ residency will continue from April to July, and is the first of two such appointments this year.
Croí, the heart and stroke charity, is delighted to announce that registration is open for the 28th Annual Croí Corrib Charity Cycle, taking place on Sunday, June 12, with the cycle starting and finishing in the picturesque village of Maam Cross.
“Politicians and diapers need to be changed often…for the same reasons.” This quote (wrongly) attributed to Mark Twain is among what must be millions of jokes told to show politicians in a bad light.