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The chairman scored five points in the county final - The team captain is the club’s coaching officer. But, there’ a lot more to St Farnan’s club championship run in 2021 than meets the eye. We hear from Damien Eames on the upward curve in west Sligo across more than one sporting code.Can Glencar/Manor make more Connacht Club history in Swinford th…
 
I didn't use anyone else's money when I built my house - that's the view of Bruckless home owner, Derek McBrearty, one of those affected by the mica defective building blocks crisis. He was reacting to criticism in some quarters as to what some see as excessive levels of compensation being paid to householders…
 
David Friel has become the first member of the travelling community to graduate with a Masters Degree, having done so at IT Sligo. He feels his achievement will give hope to other travellers in pursuing higher education, and that they should now feel to have to give up their culture or traditions in doing so…
 
The United Against Segregation group have organised a rally for Sligo on 11th December to end what they describe as 'medical coercion' as regards uptake of the Covid vaccine. One of the organisers of the event, David O'Reilly, has defended the group's right to have their views made known, and says those who have chosen not be vaccinated have been d…
 
We look at the work of two socially engaged artists whose work is profoundly influenced by gender & environmental issues and whose work underlines an essence of artistic expression – to challenge audiences whilst entertaining them.Mary Theresa Keown’s multi-disciplinary exhibition Hyphen-Nations runs at Leitrim Sculpture Centre & Emma Langford play…
 
Sligo-based cancer patient, Louise Kennedy, has given a detailed account of the obstacles and difficulties in having to travel long distances for treatment at the regional cancer centre of excellence at University College Hospital Galway. Louise, a well-known writer, is currently undergoing treatment for melanoma…
 
The continuing failure of the operators of the NCT test to provide an outdoor shelter at its Sligo centre is contrary to the ethos of the service they provide. That's according to Cllr Thomas Walsh, who now wants the Minister and Road Safety Authority to intervene to compel them to do so저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
A homeless couple, who've been sleeping in their car in various parts of Sligo for the past week, have appealed to Sligo County Council to facilitate them with emergency accommodation. The couple, who are members of the travelling community, cannot source any local accommodation, and claim they've been informed suitable emergency accommodation will…
 
Local pantomime groups have criticised the NPHET recommendation on restricting indoor community activities for children which would include a restriction on their attendance at Christmas pantomimes. Producers of the Corran Players pantomime in Ballymote and the Abbey Arts Production pantomime in Ballyshannon react…
 
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn, says he sees no sign of hesitancy in people availing of the Covid booster jab. Dr Glynn made his comments at a conference at IT Sligo, during which he spoke about the difficulty as a medical professional of dealing with uncertainty on a daily basis during the pandemic…
 
Three former Sligo Rovers players, Liam Kerrigan, Jack Keaney and Paul Doyle, were part of the UCD team which beat Waterford FC 2-1 in Friday night's promotion-relegation play-off to clinch promotion to the Premier Division of the League of Ireland.Doyle and team captain, Donegal's Jack Keaney, spoke to Oisín Langan after the win.…
 
This week's Friday Panel discusses the latest Covid setbacks, lack of student accommodation,, the haulage driver's protest, the National Lottery, and Garth Brooks concerts. Guests are Eimear McGuinness, Manager of Donegal Co-Op Mart, and Sean Wynne, retired Co Leitrim Deputy School Principal저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
69 townlands in the Ox Mountains and Templehouse areas of Co Sligo, and 50 townlands in the Lough Melvin area of Co Leitrim have now been officially designated as Special Areas of Conservation. Deputy Marian Harkin says the move has significant implications for landowners in those areas and compensation must be forthcoming…
 
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronan Glynn, is to address a conference at IT Sligo today on the lessons learned by Covid 19 and how the pandemic is dealt with going forward. Dr Anna Cleminson, consultant in palliative care medicine with North West Hospice, outlines more저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
Sligo and Leitrim senior gaelic footballers will play each other in the opening game of the 2022 Connacht FBD League - in the province's new €3.1 million Air Dome. It will be the first senior competitive intercounty fixture staged at an indoor venue on the island of Ireland.However, it won't be the first GAA intercounty fixture played under a roof.…
 
30% of patients attending the Emergency Department at Sligo University Hospital are waiting more than 9 hours to be seen, while half are waiting 6 hours or more. The details were outlined at a HSE Regional Health Forum meeting after the issued was raised by Cllr Donal Gilroy저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
Leitrim Councillor Felim Gurn is calling for the Nursing Home Fair Deal to be extended to families that wish to keep their loved ones at home. He raised the matter at yesterday's HSE Regional Health Forum after hearing an interview on Ocean's North West Today show저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
Supporters of Dromahair St Patrick's GAA/LGFA club in Leitrim face a Connacht club championship dilemma this Saturday.The women's gaelic footballers play Eastern Harps of Sligo in their semi-final at 1pm. The men take on Naomh Anna Leitir Moir of Galway at 1:30pm in Ballinamore. Club Chairperson Dermot O'Donohoe says that while the clash is 'unfort…
 
‘We cover the upcoming events in Sligo/Leitrim for the Xmas season including the Colmcille2021 concert in Drumcliffe, The Glens Centre events, and Maeve McGowan fills us in on the Hawk’s Well programme. Music from Catherine Rhatigan and the Atlantic Orchestra Project and from Emma Langford, with beautiful Kells Bay.’…
 
Being requested to produce Covid vaccination certs when entering a restaurant or pub is an attack on freedom, and discrimination at its worst. That's according to former General Election candidate, Bernie O'Hara, who insists this discrimination applies to both those vaccinated and not vaccinated저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
Fine Gael TD Bernard Durkan says he been swamped with correspondence from people after he questioned the operation of the National Lottery. Deputy Durkan has called for an investigation and audit into the Lottery after 47 draws without the jackpot being won저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
Do you know where your Millennium tree is planted? Every Irish citizen had a tree planted in their name to mark the year 2000, but can you find yours? Mary went looking for her tree in Cullentra forest in Co Sligo, and couldn't even find the forest, never mind her tree저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
The country's local radio stations have been called on to broadcast daily announcements of local births, to counteract the broadcast of obituary notices. Stephen Murphy of Manorhamilton has made the proposal, as he feels more people need joy in their daily news at present저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
Member of the Polish community held a vigil outside the residence of the Bishop of Elphin at the weekend, to protest at the removal of Polish priest, Fr. Stanislaw Kardas from the St Anne's parish. They say 1,400 have now signed a petition requesting that Fr Stan be retained, with the Bishop since indicating his stay has been extended until next Ma…
 
St Pat's forward Padraic Clarke gives his reaction to Saturday's 3-14 to 3-8 win over Leitrim's Glenfarne/Kiltyclogher in the Connacht club junior football championship - and his hopes for St Jude's in the Dublin senior county final on Sunday.(Picture: Eamonn McMunn - Sligo GAA)저자 OceanFM Ireland
 
TD Marc MacSharry has again criticised the Government's approach in tacking the Covid crisis, insisting it needs to be proactive and not reactive. Taking issue with the latest Covid measures introduced from today, Deputy MacSharry says the mixed messaging coming from Govt and Health authorities is undermining the public's resilience…
 
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