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Sligo Rovers enjoyed a 1-0 victory away to Dundalk in Friday night’s live televised SSE Aitricity League Premier Division game at Oriel Park. Jordan Gibson’s 35-yard strike late in the first half proved to be the matchwinner. |@Gibson7_ putting Rovers ahead with a little 🥜 pic.twitter.com/cYLwQwLQqh #bitored — Sligo Rovers…

The Labour Party’s electoral woes in the UK, Covid rates in Donegal, minimum pricing for alcohol, European super leagues, the cost of stamps and the latest round of political correctness are all under the spotlight on this week’s Friday Panel. Guests are businiessman and Sligo Rovers Chairperson Tommy Higgins and…

In The Lamplight our new series – Kieran Quinn and co-hosts, Luke Devaney and Rory Maitland, bring you the stories behind the lives and careers of your favourite local musicians. Join them for in-depth conversations and live musical performances every Sunday evening at 9pm. To listen to the podcasts of…

A local councillor is calling for the Garda Armed Response Unit to be retained in Sligo. Fine Gael Councillor, Thomas Walsh, who has submitted a motion for the next council meeting on monday, says the unit is normally based out of Ballyshannon and was split between both areas during the…

A north west MEP says online violence against women is a major issue. Midlands North West MEP, Maria Walsh, chaired a discussion around the topic yesterday and says the discrimination against women online is not confined solely to public figures. She has been appointed to work on a file examining…

The Western Development Commission are investing €500,000 into a local company. The benefactors, Nektr, who are based in Finisklin business and technology park recently raised a total €1m investment. The company develops antimicrobial agents, which is hoped to have a use in human and animal health. Speaking to OceanFM News,…

An Irish MEP says small farmers are in line for increased payments under the new Common Agricultural Policy. EU countries are negotiating the new CAP budget, which will take effect in 2023. The Irish Farmers Journal says over 54,000 farmers with high entitlements face a ‘wipeout’ of their direct payments.…