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Children’s ward in MGH receives early Christmas gift

The children’s ward in Mayo General Hospital received some Christmas magic early this year, with the arrival of 480 Folens Christmas annuals this week as a part of the national donation to Children in Hospital Ireland.

Government urged not to pare back on support to forestry

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Forestry has proven itself to be one of the best investments farmers can make but the Government must not be tempted to pare back on its support to the sector in the forthcoming Budget, an industry expert has warned.

Bonanza for Mayo forestry owners

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Those who invested in forestry in Mayo 15 to 20 years ago could be in the position to reap up to €10,000 per acre according to SWS Forestry. With almost 11 per cent of land in Mayo afforested, those who invested in forestry back then could be in line to cash in. Michael Moran, area manager for Mayo for SWS Forestry, speaking following the company’s annual strategy meeting in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim, last week said the early planted part of the national estate is now in the timber production phase and returning attractive dividends to these pioneers.

Funding for Sacred Heart a ‘high priority’ but deadline looms for decision

The Mayor of Castlebar, Cllr Brendan Henaghan, has said he will “eat his hat” if the Sacred Heart Hospital is not there in five years time.

Bed shortage in Mayo for elderly patients

No additional beds will be opened at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Castlebar, to deal with the increasing number of elderly patients in Mayo, a meeting of the HSE West Regional Forum was told this week. The hospital is operating to the 77 bed capacity which has been set out by HIQA.

Bed shortage in Mayo for elderly patients

No additional beds will be opened at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Castlebar, to deal with the increasing number of elderly patients in Mayo, a meeting of the HSE West Regional Forum was told this week. The hospital is operating to the 77 bed capacity which has been set out by HIQA.

New Mayo county manager starts work today

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The new County Manager for Mayo, Mr Peter Hynes, takes up his role from today, (May 14), replacing outgoing Mayo County Manager, Mr Des Mahon. Mr Mahon, who held the position for 19 years and who retired last November, has been represented by Mr Joe Beirne as Acting County Manager for the last six months.

Free coffee for Bank Holiday motorists

The Road Safety Authority is highlighting the dangers of driver fatigue in the run up to the Bank Holiday weekend after RSA research showed that one in seven (14 per cent) of Irish drivers admitted to nodding off while driving.

 

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