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Progress is being made on acquiring locations for new bus shelters in Sligo town and county.   Sligo County Council are to carry out technical surveys of footpaths in a number of locations to ensure they can accommodate bus shelters.   Once completed, the local authority will seek tender contracts…

Warnings have been issued to members of the general public today alerting them to a number of new on scams that are in operation targeting individuals with false information regarding Covid-19.   One is falsely claiming that the recipient of the message is entitled to a Covid-19 payment while the…

Parents which are separated will be allowed to travel to see their children during the Covid 19 pandemic despite the travel restrictions that are currently in place.   Sligo Independent Councillor Marie Casserely says the issue has arose for separated parents of children since the outbreak of the Coronavirus.  …

New moves are afoot in an effort to solve an ongoing problem over access to the monastic island of Inishmurray off the coast of north Sligo. Boat trips to the island have been banned since early 2018 when the Marine Survey Office attached to the Department of Transport, Tourism and…

A local councillor is urging motorists of delays in and amongst Sligo town up until next week. As part of the N4-N15 Sligo Urban Improvement Scheme, Traffic Islands are scheduled to be removed on the Rosses Point Road (R291) and Duck Street (N16) this morning and is expected to be…

The launch of the Sligo Food Trail for 2019 has taken place. The Taste the Island event is part of a Failte Ireland initiative. There are set to be a number of events running over the next three months such as the Harvest Feast on the 18th October which is…