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A Mayo based TV station designed to appeal to the Irish Diaspora has gone into liquidation. Irish TV was broadcast on several platforms – and had planned to enter the US market. It sought the protection of the High Court to restructure and raise new investment. But it says efforts…

A west of Ireland man is to take up the position as the new chair of the independent Commonage Implementation Committee. The Minister for Agriculture has appointed Mr Padraig Gibbons to the position this week. Mr Gibbons, a farmer from Mayo, has experience of all aspects of the agricultural sector,…

The countdown is on to Sligo’s Big Breakfast Briefing. This Thursday morning businesses will get a chance to speak one on one with local statutory bodies at the event in the Glasshouse hotel. Local Enterprise Offices, Sligo Tourism and Revenue will be some of the organisations which will be in…

Postmortems are due to take place today on the bodies of an elderly couple who died in County Mayo. The remains of Tom Fitzgerald, who was in his 70s and his wife Kitty, who was aged in her 60s, were discovered at their home in Irishtown yesterday. A man in…

In farm news this evening, Sheep farmers in the north west can attend a special sheep forum taking place in Mayo on Monday. The Irish Farmers Association Hill Farmers Forum is taking place in Newport on Monday 20th June. Kevin Comiskey, the Leitrim representative on the national sheep committee says…