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The planned Wastewater Treatment Plant that will service the areas of Mullaghmore and Cliffoney will not be going ahead for now under the current investment programme. In January of this year, Irish Water announced it was suspending progress on the scheme, which is estimated to cost €2.75m, until a national…

With the recent good weather and more people ‘staycationing,’ there’s been an increasing in littering and dumping in many scenic and amenity areas. Now, a Sligo county councillor is calling on people to download the ‘See It Say It’ app that enables local authorities to locate and deal with such…

A representative from the Department of Justice is to visit Sligo County Council next month in relation to the controversial decision not to go ahead with a new garda station in the town but to upgrade the current Garda headquarters instead. A site had been purchased at Caltragh by the…

A Sligo councillor is urging people to avail of a bulk waste collection that is taking place tomorrow Saturday. As part of the National Anti Dumping Initiative, collection points will be set up in Young’s Quarry, Ballisodare and at the Tubbercurry Civic Amenity from 10-2pm. A single item will cost…

Sligo county councillors have supported calls for those who have been adopted to access their own health records.   In a motion put forward at a recent meeting of the local authority by Independent Cllr Marie Casserly who requested the council write to the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs…

We need to shop local, support local and produce local. That’s according to new Chairperson of the Sligo Food Trail, Cllr Marie Casserly. Speaking at the AGM of the Sligo Food Trail outgoing chairman Anthony Gray said the trail has secured more substantial funding to continue the group’s achievements. Cllr…