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A new wastewater treatment plant has been given the greenlight for Mullaghmore in Co. Sligo. Sligo Fianna Fail Councillor, Donal Gilroy says the current plant is not suitable for the growing population of the area and the increased tourist activity in recent years which he says has led to no…

The temporary ban on bathing at Enniscrone and Mullaghmore beaches since earlier this week has now been lifted. The ban was in force since Wednesday. This afternoon, Sligo County Council announced the ban on bathing at Enniscrone and Mullaghmore has been lifted. That ban came after routine bathing water samples…

Sligo County Council has announced that bathing is prohibited at Enniscrone and Mullaghmore beaches. Bathing water monitoring was carried out on Monday at County Sligo’s five bathing water beaches. Microbiological analysis on the sample taken at Enniscrone and Mullaghmore beaches were non-compliant with Bathing Water Regulations with high levels of Intestinal…

New disabled public toilets are being added to two Sligo beaches. The public toilets at Rosses Point and Mullaghmore are now open to the public with a disabled toilet already installed at Mullaghmore with one to be installed shortly at Rosses Point. Funding for works comes under the Town and…

Residents in Rosses Point, Mullaghmore and Strandhill are being encouraged to submit their views on revised parking bye-laws. Sligo Councillor, Donal Gilroy says it’s an opportunity for people to voice their opinions before they become enacted. People can write to council office or email their submissions before 4pm on Wednesday…

The daughter of Lord Mountbatten has been recalling his murder at Mullaghmore in Co Sligo in August, 1979.   Lady Pamela Hicks outlined her recollections of the incident in an ITV programme last night, ‘My Years with the Queen’, in conversation with her daughter, India Hicks.   She had been…

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…