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Tubbercurry’s Liam Kerrigan has been selected in the PFA Ireland First Division team of the year, as voted by the players. Kerrigan has just completed his second season with UCD in Dublin, who finished third this season. The PFAI First Division team of the year is as follows: GK –…

Tubbercurry GAA are thinking outside the box this year to raise funds for charity. Club Members hope, following any and all safety guidelines, to host a 4,000km virtual cycle to the North Pole. The plan is to setup a number of exercise bikes in Tubbercurry Square, supplied by Health Quarters…

It could be 2022 at the earliest before a new Primary Care Centre will be built and operational in Tubbercurry. The initial design phase has been revisited as it appears the original blueprint was not adequate for the required services. The HSE have confirmed their intentions for the design stage…

Ireland missed out at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles last night.   There was no luck for the Normal People TV dram which was filmed in Tubbercurry in County Sligo. The hugely popular tv series was nominated in four categories.   Paul Mescal lost out to Mark Ruffalo for…

The building contract for the construction of 10 new dwellings in Connolly Park, Tubbercurry was signed off on earlier this week  at the Council Offices. The contractor, Brendan Sammon LTD, from Aughnasheelin in county Leitrim is expected to commence construction in the coming weeks, with a completion date expected to…

Improvements to the water main in Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo have now been completed. The works began in February of this year replacing 438 metres of cast iron pipes with high density plastic piping along Mountain Road. The renovations are part of Irish Water’s National Leakage Reduction Programme where the utility…

The decision has been taken to cancel the staging of this year’s All Ireland One Act Drama festivals.   The hugely popular competition which includes annual events in Tubbercurry and Manorhamilton will see no further events being staged in 2020.   Hubert McMorrow, the Connacht REP for the All Ireland…