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Broadband boost for rural Mayo

Some 105 rural locations across Mayo are set to benefit under a new broadband strategy.

Chamber urges shoppers to support your town

The importance of shopping in your local community is even more important this year as retailers struggle against the blows struck by austerity and internet shopping, believes Mullingar Chamber president Pat Whelan.

St Brigid’s primed to complete three-in-a-row in Connacht

Connacht senior club final

New MRI scanner safely delivered to Mayo General Hosptital

After much manoeuvring and collective holding of breath, a new highly sophisticated MRI scanner was safely delivered and installed at Mayo General Hospital this week. The completion and commissioning of the unit is now taking place, with a view to accepting the first patients during the second week of March 2011.

United drop ticket prices

Galway United has reduced its ticket prices for next season in a bid to generate more home support.

Local Elections hit the internet

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With the launch of David FitzGerald’s campaign website, the Local Elections are set for an Obama type makeover. The busy new Fine Gael candidate kicked off the campaign season with his website launch with Phil Hogan TD and Senator John Paul Phelan. The site is aimed at keeping the electorate up to date on campaign news and provides a useful source of information on his press releases, photographs, and opinions.

Swine flu vaccination update for Longford/Westmeath

The first phase of the HSE Swine Flu Vaccination Campaign was launched on Mondy this week for Longford/ Westmeath. GP practices throughout the counties, with three additional HSE clinics operating in Athlone, Mullingar, and Longford will offer the vaccine to at-risk groups over the next two weeks.

New scanners for Mayo General thanks to local fundraising

Approval has been given to Mayo General Hospital for a new permanently-based MRI scanner and a replacement CT scanner. The money for MRI and CT scanners has been raised through the generosity of the people of Mayo. The funds were raised by a number of established cancer charities, and the core groups involved were Cancer Action Mhaigh-Eo and the Bright Eyes Campaign.

 

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