Tune in Monday 4 pm for the latest edition of ‘The Way It Is’, on making that transition from secondary school to university.
Each episode of the programme takes a specific topic or issue and explores it […]
The high cost of insurance has
become a major political issue in Ireland and threatens the viability of
businesses and community organisations across the country.
has sought to lower the […]
Do you fancy learning a new craft or language, or trying Chair Yoga or Mindfulness?
well as continuing its usual counselling and support services, there
are some new classes starting up at Cúram […]
There are currently nearly 1,300 people seeking housing assistance in Mayo.
Another 1,300 are living in accommodation with assistance from local authorities.
Simon Shevlin is head of housing at […]
Author Elizabeth Reapy now lives in Galway, but she grew up on the Ballindine Rd in Claremorris.
debut novel ‘Red Dirt’ was published in 2016 and went on to win
Newcomer of the Year at the Iri […]
CCR presenter Sandra Donnellan heard Mayo native Faraway Martin at a Bridge of Song event at Bridge St, Castlebar on 21st August, and immediately booked him in for a chat on her show – and of course h […]
Songwriter and broadcaster John Duggan passed away recently.
Grant, of Active Retirement Claremorris, read a eulogy at the month’s
mind Mass, and he came into the studio to talk more about J […]
Age Action is a charity which promotes positive ageing and better policies and services for older people.
Its Regional Project Officer for the West of Ireland, Oisin Kenny, spoke to Bridie Sheeran […]
Speaking at the official launch of a new exhibition on rural electrification at the Museum of Country Life at Turlough House, former president of Ireland Mary Robinson had three messages on how we […]
Mayo’s great houses like Moore Hall and Westport House are big attractions for visitors.
But few people understand that much of the region’s architectural heritage has been lost or damaged.
To fin […]
Biodiversity loss has become a
major political issue. Yet several Mayo county councillors were in the
newspapers recently criticising a government decision to delay the
hedgecutting season this year. […]
Claremorris Community Radio was at
the 101st Claremorris Agricultural Show earlier this month, with roving
reporters Sandra Donnellan, Anthony McNicholas and Joseph Murray on the
ground conducting […]
The Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann returned to Drogheda again this year, with some of the world’s finest musicians meeting to play and compete.
Last week, CCR presenter Sandra Donnellan talked to Pa […]
In this special interview,
Showband Legends presenter Marty Flannery talks to playwright Martin
Lynch about ‘The Miami Showband Story’, which is coming soon to
Castlebar and Galway.
In 1975, three […]
Claremorris native Cathal Nally (Cathal Mac An Fhaillaigh) is one half of the duo Jeykll & Jeykll, along with Meg Cronin.You may have heard Cathal playing in various groups over the years at Michael […]
The drama of feeding predatory fish
On Saturday, 10th August, Rushes Aquatica on Mount St finally opened its doors to the public, and Claremorris Community Radio was there to help celebrate, with a […]
As the Irish government starts to take action to limit climate change there are some new state policies to encourage alternatives to fossil fuels, like biogas production on farms.
Noel Gavigan is […]
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