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News in Brief from around Mayo

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News in Brief from around Mayo

News in Brief from around Mayo

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News in Brief from around Mayo

Bus shelter plan being worked on

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Mayo County Council is working on a plan to improve bus shelters around the county and hopes to have some progress to report to the next meeting of the Roads Strategic Policy Group of the council.

Manchester teams up with Mayo.ie to promote Mayo Day 2020

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This year’s Manchester Irish Festival website has once again teamed up with the Mayo County Council Diaspora website www.mayo.ie to help promote this years’ 2020 Mayo Day - a global celebration of all things Mayo-related and scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 2, all over the world.

Drop in number of road deaths in Mayo so far this year

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There have been three road deaths in Mayo so far this year, according to a new report issued by the road safety office in Mayo County Council.

Mayo University Hospital asks for your support to keep the hospital smoke-free

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Mayo University Hospital has started a renewed focus on keeping the area around the hospital and the hospital grounds smoke-free.

Mayo on flood alert for arrival of Storm Lorenzo

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*Update at 4.30pm, Thursday October 3

New Home First Team supporting older persons at Mayo University Hospital

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The Home First Team in Mayo University Hospital is a specialist team supporting patients over the age of 75 who are treated in the Emergency Department (ED) and the Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU) of the hospital.

Succession planning a major challenge on Mayo farms

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One of the most comprehensive farm surveys ever undertaken in Ireland has found that succession planning continues to be a huge issue for Mayo farmers.

Mayo celebrates World Refugee Day

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Mayo is a safe home for many refugees fleeing war and conflict-torn countries. That’s the message coming from South West Mayo Development Company (SWMDC), which is hosting a series of events marking World Refugee Day 2019.

 

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