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Cutting Covid-19 payment would be 'penny wise and pound foolish', says McNelis

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There must be no cut to the €350 weekly Covid-19 pandemic when more than half a million people are still reliant on it, and with many workplaces remaining closed for the foreseeable future.

Mayo County Council income down €1.75 million per month since Covid-19 outbreak

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Mayo County Council has seen its income drop by close on €1.75 million per month since the Covid-19 pandemic came into effect.

Condemnation for protest on N84 which blocked ambulance and hindered frontline healthcare workers

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A protest on the N84 Headford Road, against Garda checkpoints in the area, which disrupted traffic and delayed frontline medical workers from travelling into the city, has been condemned by a local councillor.

Lawless offers free online Maths lessons

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Aontú representative for Mayo, Paul Lawless, a teacher, has moved to reassure students in light of concerns over the leaving certificate and college places.

InterAction - a theatre and arts festival online in May

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THE COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions may have prevented us from going to the theatre and the art galleries, so instead theatre and exhibition is coming to us.

Local publicans voice strong opposition to representative bodies reopening proposals

Two prominent Athlone publicans have rebuked proposals outlined by both the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) and Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) aimed at convincing public health officials to permit bars to open six weeks earlier than as originally planned.

A council meeting like no other

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It was a meeting of Mayo County Council like no other on Monday as the local authority hosted its first monthly meeting since the introduction of social distancing and public gathering measures.

O'Hara calls for legislation to protect those working from home

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Working from home brings many economic and environmental benefits, but also raises issues of data protection, workers footing the bill for electronic and communications equipment, and continued poor broadband coverage.

'The continued sense of ‘togetherness’ in Galway is something we should be very proud of'

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Amid this Covid-19 lockdown, and these extremely unsettling times, as I reflect upon the many profound and unprecedented changes to all our lives, I am sincerely proud of the solid community spirit that exists throughout all of our city.

Pesticide exceedances and detections continue in Mayo

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Great care must always be taken to protect drinking water supplies wherever pesticide use is considered necessary, particularly if using products for grassland weed control containing substances such as MCPA, Glyphosate, fluroxypyr and 2,4-D.


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