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Housing improvement grants reaching critical point

The housing grants administered by Mayo County Council for older people, including repairs, adaptation, and mobility grants is reaching a critical point and needs to be addressed soon. That was the message given by director of services with responsibility for housing for Mayo County Council, Paul Benson. The council provided a grant of up to 75 per cent of the total costs of works carried out and has allocated €2.8 million in next year’s budget for the three schemes, however at last Monday’s budget meeting of the council Mr Benson warned there may be trouble ahead with the scheme.

Saturday evening showdown for final spots

The final pairing of this years Eagan Jewellers Mayo intermediate football championship should be known come sundown on Saturday evening after an exciting double header of action in Elverys MacHale Park. Belmullet were the last team to book their place in the final four last weekend when they finally saw off the challenge of Mayo Gaels following a replay in Ballina last Saturday evening. The north Mayo men had three points to spare over the Gaels in a 0-12 to 0-9 win, with Jonathan O'Donoghue's seven points playing a major role in their gallop towards the last four over the closing stages of the contest.

Galway face a huge test in McHale Park on Sunday

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The good news for Alan Mulholland and his management team before they face Mayo next Sunday in McHale Park (2pm) in the Connacht final is that niggling injuries to Shane Walsh, Joss Moore, James Kavanagh and team captain Paul Conroy have all cleared up and all men are available for selection for Sunday's clash.

Labour fears losses while FF and Independents set to make gains

With 24 hours to polling day Labour teeters on the brink of collapse, Fianna Fáil on the edge of recovery, and Sinn Féin and Independents ready to make significant electoral breakthroughs.

Galway footballers’ season is on the line against Tipperary

The Galway senior footballers face Tipperary in the qualifiers this Saturday evening at 7pm in Pearse Stadium.

Galway footballers’ season is on the line against Tipperary

The Galway senior footballers face Tipperary in the qualifiers this Saturday evening at 7pm in Pearse Stadium.

The Stunning to perform Paradise In The Picturehouse at Seapoint

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IT BEGAN life in a rented farmhouse; the first to hear its songs were people going to concerts in Salthill in the late eighties and early nineties; and almost quarter of a century later it remained one of the best loved Irish albums.

Westmeath u21s face Dubs in Leinster semi-final

Westmeath u21 footballers face a stiff challenge when they meet an in-form Dublin side in Portlaoise on Wednesday night in the Leinster semi-final.

Squarehead for Strange Brew

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WHEN DUBLIN trio Squarehead released their debut album Yeah Nothing on Richter Collective last autumn, it was the announcement that something special had arrived.

Nothing to lose on Sunday but Cork look ‘mightily impressive’

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We are down to the last nine in the football championship with all of the main protagonists still standing. Kerry are still my favourites to land Sam this year. They should beat Limerick with scores to spare on Sunday. They definitely appear to be focused and sharp this year. From what I hear they are putting in an extra effort to ensure that one of their favourite sons, the ‘Gooch’ has the opportunity to walk the steps in September. Extra miles on the clock and All-Ireland medals in the back pocket tend to blunt hunger levels, but Kerry look ferociously hungry. A number of their players, namely Declan O’Sullivan, Kieran Donaghy, Darren O’Sullivan, and Donnchadh Walsh, have been particularly outstanding for them. I believe they played a challenge last week against Roscommon in Limerick and, despite pulling off half of their first 15, managed to win by seven points. And the word from that game was that the two best players on show were….. you guessed it…… Tomas O’Se and Paul Galvin.

 

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