Knock Shrine closed until Sunday morning

      Knock Shrine and its grounds are now closed until Sunday morning on what should be one of the busiest weekends of the year. August 15th is traditionally one of the biggest days of the year at the...

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Just 15 Covid cases in Roscommon over last 11 weeks

      There have been just 15 cases of Covid-19 in County Roscommon over the last 11 weeks. This evening’s health briefing confirmed that the county has reported no new case of the virus, having reported two cases in...

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Information sought after Garda struck by car

        Gardaí are appealing for information after an officer sustained injuries in an incident in Ballyhaunis, County...

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Ballinlough native ‘loved and lived the job’ with the Gardai

A formidable member of An Garda Siochana who developed a love of countryside policing was how the late Mary Flynn...

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Covid in private homes and the workplace on the rise

      The number of Covid-19 outbreaks in private homes has been rising for the last five weeks and...

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‘Serious infection risk controls’ and test delays highlighted at MUH

        A report on Covid-19 measures at Mayo University Hospital (MUH) has highlighted “serious infection risk controls”...

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Casual traders given designated trading bays

            New trading bays have been marked out on The Crescent, Boyle, on Friday morning...

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It’s hot, and very humid, around the county

        Normally, any day when the temperature reaches 18c in County Roscommon isn’t a bad day, but...

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No social distancing required on school buses

      Children going to and from school on buses will not have to maintain social distancing, it has...

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New video outlines significance of Boyle Abbey

      With Boyle Abbey remaining closed since early March two tour guides Michael Joseph Dolan and colleague Thomas...

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New grant to be made available to self-employed workers

        A new grant of €1,000 will be made available to taxi drivers, plumbers and other self-employed...

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Contract for EROC in Ballaghaderreen extended

  By Ellen O’Riordan The contract for the Emergency Reception and Orientation Centre (EROC) at the former Abbeyfield Hotel in...

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NUIG being urged to reduce repeat exam fee

NUIG is being urged to reverse its decision to charge students €295 for each repeat exam. Mayo Sinn Féin TD...

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‘Half the pubs in Ireland are closed and sympathy won’t pay the bills’

By James Fogarty The Government is singling out publicans and is letting down a vital part of the economy, a...

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Schools must decide policy around wearing of uniforms

          Individual schools must decide their own uniform policy when the school year resumes in a...

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Ninety two new Covid-19 cases but none in Connacht

            Ninety two new cases of Covid-19 have been reported at this evening’s daily health...

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Well-known distillery to press ahead with opening of visitor centre next month

        The Shed Distillery, known for its famous gin and whiskey products, says that plans to open...

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Rinn Dúin forced to temporarily close

          One of the most popular historical and cultural tourist attractions in the county has been...

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Michael scoops Shannonside FM bingo jackpot

        A lucky bingo player in Boyle has just scooped €19,000 on Shannonside FM’s popular bingo game....

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Two women miraculously survive 15 hours in the water

              Two people reported missing off the coast of County Galway have been miraculously...

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