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Work has recently been completed on the initial phase of the airport's €15m facilities investment plan aimed at further improving the customer experience for passengers and transforming the airport over the next three years.
Work has recently been completed on phase one of the €15m facilities investment plan at Ireland West Airport. The investment is aimed at further improving the customer experience for passengers and transforming the airport over the next three years.
Thousands of people across Ireland are set to take part in the biggest ever RTÉ Operation Transformation Nationwide Walks event this weekend at more than 80 venues across the country. In Mayo there will be walks talking place in Kiltimagh, Ballinrobe, and Ballyhaunis.
In good weather conditions approximately 1,200 people turned out for the Mayo Operation Transformation walks last Saturday, in Belmullet, Ballina, Ballyhaunis, Claremorris, Castlebar, Claremorris, Kiltimagh, and Westport. Some 230 alone participated in the Castlebar Lough Lannagh event which was attended by An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, and Caithaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Al McDonnell.
If you are looking to get more active in 2017 and need some support, RTE's Operation Transformation is once again joining forces locally with Mayo Sports Partnership to encourage people to become more physically active in 2017. A number of walks will take place across the country tomorrow January 7 with Mayo walks taking place in Ballina, Ballyhaunis, Belmullet, Castlebar, Claremorris, Kiltimagh, and Westport.
Over the past number of weeks the business people, voluntary groups, and clubs of Ballyhaunis have gathered together to form Ballyhaunis/GoBallyhaunis. Like every other rural town which has been affected by the economic downturn and the scars that it has left behind, the organising committee is eager to promote all that is good about Ballyhaunis. The first step was to create an umbrella brand under which they could organise themselves. They have done this with a very simple variation of the name Ballyhaunis incorporating the town colours red and black and a heart.
My name is Roger O'Sullivan and over the past six weeks I have dramatically changed my life expectancy.
As you know, pedestrian safety is an issue that affects all of us. Whether it is a stroll around the corner, to a friend's house or work, or simply as exercise to clear the mind after a long day indoors – Irish people love to walk. Walking is not just an exercise, it affects our health, it is good for the environment, it improves our quality of life.