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Extra machinery to clear snow and extra salt storage have been accrued with NRA funding in order to deal with the possibility of severe winter weather in the county, according to director of services Joe Beirne.
A Mullingar businessman is celebrating one year in business next month and to mark the occasion is launching a brand new lunch menu and having a mega giveaway for all those who have supported him throughout the year.
A new farming programme is to start on KCLR 96fm while the weekly business programme has also returned for the autumn series.
Mayo County Council is gearing up to face potential disruption on the roads across the county in the coming months. At the roads and transportation strategic policy committee meeting this week in Belmullet, the local authority laid out its plan of action for the coming winter months. The cold snap that ground parts of the country to a halt last year cost Mayo County Council €1.8 million in total to deal with, the majority of the money going on the national primary and secondary road network.
Ballina based TD and Minister of State for Labour Affairs and Public Service Transformation Dara Calleary has called for farmers to improve farm safety to help cut down on accidents.
Bookkeeper Eamon Ward gives helpful suggestions on how small to medium businesses can gain valuable customers in a month
An extraordinarily close finish saw Walter Burke from Williamstown take victory at the Mayo and District Motorsport Club’s loose surface autocross event on Sunday. The Ford Escort driver defeated James McGreal from Foxford by the smallest possible of margins — a mere one hundredth of a second.
The Belmullet Gala Arts Festival Committee would like to encourage all owners of vintage cars, tractors, or machinery to enter this year's Heritage Day Vintage Display, which will take place on August 18.
A third attack this year on an agricultural contractor’s machine yard in the early hours of bank holiday Monday (August 2) resulted in the destruction of eight agricultural machines worth €350,000 in a suspicious fire.
The commencement of dredging work in the Castlebar town river created a new spectator sport for locals this week as people stopped to stare at a number of diggers clambering up and down the main channels.