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Thefts around Mayo

The office of the Western Regional Fisheries Board in Ballyhip, Louisburgh, was entered some time between May 17 at 6pm and May 18 at 9am. A boat engine was stolen.

Thefts around Mayo

The office of the Western Regional Fisheries Board in Ballyhip, Louisburgh, was entered some time between May 17 at 6pm and May 18 at 9am. A boat engine was stolen.

Local company to provide marquees for rail corridor launch

Galway based marquee company, Magnum Marquee Hire, has been successful in tendering for the contract to provide marquees and temporary structures for the launch of the Western Rail Corridor on Monday March 29.

Council not ruling out judicial review of N26 refusal

Mayo County Council have not ruled out taking a judicial review against the refusal of An Bord Pleanála to grant planning permission for the long awaited phase two of the N26 to Bohola.

Illegal nets seized on

Staff of the Western Regional Fisheries Board have seized 120 metres of illegal eel fyke nets on Lough Corrib. The nets were recovered following a routine patrol on the lake. The nets contained in addition to eels, five other species of fish; trout, pike, bream, perch, and roach, some of which were dead, but 10 trout from two pounds to four pounds were released alive. In addition one of the nets contained a dead otter and another one contained a deal cormorant.

West’s angling industry remains under threat

The survival of the sea trout angling industry in the west of Ireland remains under threat after 20 years of debate, according to the chairman of the Western Regional Fisheries Board, Lal Faherty.

Farmer who dug up river bed during spawning season in court

A sheep and cattle farmer, who dug up 300 metres of the Srahnalong river bed, which runs through his land, was before Ballinrobe District Court sitting in Castlebar last week, as the farmer carried out these works during a protected spawning season.

Open House Galway launches architectural festival

The inaugural Open House Galway programme was launched along with details of the city’s first architectural festival. The event, in partnership with the Irish Architecture Foundation, takes place from October 16 to 18. By selecting some of the city’s best examples of quality design, Open House aims to enthuse and engage the public in the built environment. Guided tours will be provided by the architect of each participating building.

Open House Galway to feature on Nationwide next week

The RTE 1 Nationwide programme is due to feature Open House Galway, which takes place in association with the Irish Architecture Foundation, on the weekend of October 16-18. The programme, due to be broadcast at 7pm on Wednesday October 14, will preview many of the quality-designed buildings in the Open House programme as well as interviews with architects.

Fisheries board investigates illegal pike breeding scam on Corrib

The illegal introduction of pike into lakes near Oughterard, an act of “environmental vandalism”, is threatening the survival of wild salmon and trout stocks in Lough Corrib, according to the Western Regional Fisheries Board.

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