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Tuam firm Larkin Engineering and Street Products have secured a prestige contract worth up to €1.6 million over the next two years for the supply of bus poles, with information display cases and metal flags to the National Transport Authority (NTA).
The launch of the Take Action Business competition takes place at 11.30am on Wednesday November 6 at Beechtree Enterprise Centre, Weir Road,Tuam.
Sherry FitzGerald Kavanagh has just brought to market a property on the Weir Road in Kilcolgan. Located approximately 10 miles south of Galway city and just minutes from both Kilcolgan and Clarinbridge, this lovely property is situated next to Moran's Oyster Cottage, renowned the world over for its superb seafood. Kilcolgan is a very popular area to live in due to its proximity to Galway city and its rural charm.
A local business, WeSolve Ltd from Beech Tree Business Park, Weir Road, Tuam has been shortlisted for the ‘Your Business on Irish TV’ competition, which gives small businesses the opportunity to get their products on television for the first time.
This week Western Lakes Cycling Club launched its three main events of the year in Inches Bar, Ballinrobe. Over the past five years these events have grown from strength to strength, and Western Lakes CC hopes that this year will be no different. The three events are the Polkadot leisure cycle challenge which will be held on July 18, the Ballinrobe two day event on August 7 and 8, and the Mayo Sports Partnership cycle to the castle on September 12 which will be part of the Mayo cycle for fun series. More information on that below.
Coffey Homes has announced that it has slashed prices of 15 homes at the Carrigweir development in Tuam, with prices now starting at an incredible €95,000.
The trial continues in the Central Criminal Court sitting in Galway of three Mayo refuse collector companies and their directors, alongside a former county secretary for charges relating to breaching the competition Act 2002.
Uncertainty about property values and borrowing capabilities is rampant in these tough economic times, so it is refreshing to see a builder taking on these issues and presenting a package that will calm the nerves and ease the transition from rental market to owner occupier.
A former county secretary of Mayo County Council along with three waste companies have been found not guilty of sharing markets and customers in 2005 under the Competition Act.