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An initiative, which aims to improve the healthcare needs of people living with heart failure as well as their carers, will be launched next month by the Mayor of Galway city.
The Irish Restaurant Awards is proud to announce Thyme Restaurant as Dalcassian Wines & Spirits and Astoria Wines Best Restaurant in County Westmeath for 2016. The prestigious title was revealed at the Irish Restaurant Awards Leinster regional event which took place in Croke Park recently.
The Institute of Professional Auctioneer and Valuers (IPAV) claim the incoming Government could slash the cost of a new home by €32,000 by making building finance available to small and large builders at interest rates of between 1 per cent to 3 per cent.
The Connacht Regional Final of the Irish Restaurant Awards took place in The Benbulben Suite at Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa, Sligo on Tuesday night and named the top restaurants in the five counties for 2016. Over 500 restaurant owners and staff celebrated their hard work and achievements at the Awards, which saw many well-known restaurateurs of Connacht turn out to see if they had won one of the prestigious awards.
Bank of Ireland this week announced a programme of support for the development of Sports Clubs and Societies at NUI Galway. The significant investment from Bank of Ireland will help fund the development of the clubs and societies and help improve the overall quality of the student experience at the University.
Wineport Lodge, Glasson, has been shortlisted in two categories in the Leinster Regional Finals of the Irish Restaurant Awards ‘Food Oscars’.
The housing crisis is “deepening before our eyes” and it will require a whole of Government approach with urgent action from the new Government, according to the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV).
At a presentation ceremony which took place at the start of the month in Aras an Chontae, Castlebar, the members of the Castlebar Community Development Association presented a cheque for €400,000 to Mayo County Council as the community contribution towards the National Outdoor Pursuits Centre which is being constructed by Mayo County Council at Lough Lannagh, Castlebar. The outdoor pursuits centre which includes a state of the art swimming pool is the result of a partnership between Mayo County Council and the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology.
The chief executive of Mayo County Council this week reiterated that the council do not have the finances to buy Westport House and the portion of lands that was put up for sale last week by the owners of the house the Browne family. The shock announcement last week that the family had put the house on the market for a guide price of €10 million has led to increased fears for the future of the house as a tourist attraction going into the future.