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Casey’s Londis Ballina named as Off-Licence Store of the Year

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Casey’s Londis Ballina was named as Off-Licence Store of the Year at the annual 2018 Londis Retailing Awards held recently in Athlone.

O'Haras Bakery wins two national food awards

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O’Haras of Foxford were the recipients of not one - but two - prestigious awards at the Blás na hÉireann national finals which took place in Dingle recently.

Upgrade of Custume Barracks facility a vote of confidence

The €4.1m refurbishment and upgrading of the dining hall and cookhouse in Custume Barracks, Athlone, is a major vote of confidence in the barracks, Longford/Westmeath TD and Minister of State, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran has said this week.

Mayo stores honoured at the prestigious awards

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A large number of Mayo SPAR stores were awarded one of retail’s highest honours at the inaugural SPAR 365 Standards Customer Care Programme celebration recently.

FSAI warns public on dangers of serving undercooked minced beef

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The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) are reminding caterers and restaurants of the dangers of not cooking minced beef burgers thoroughly to remove harmful bacteria.

Top honours for Clada Group Ltd at National Q Mark Awards

Galway’s Clada Group were nominated for a prestigious Q Mark for their Quality Management Systems (QMS) at the National Q Mark Awards. This nomination means they are in the top 6.75% of all audits completed by the EIQA on the island of Ireland.

Centra in Glasson representing Westmeath in Q Mark race

Spollens Centra Glasson is representing Westmeath this year in the race for the much sought-after National Q Mark Award for Hygiene and Food Safety.

Opportunity for Galway businesses to avail of Skillnets funded management development and skills development courses

Galway Executive Skillnet provides subsidised training opportunities to local businesses which range from computer skills, including Solidworks 3D modelling, to management development. Course fees are greatly reduced with Skillnets funding. Upcoming courses include management development; training delivery and evaluation (formerly Train the Trainer); professional coaching skills; health and safety representative; warehouse/logistics skills; manual handling instructor; and CompTIA network and Solidworks essentials.

Skillnets funded management and skills development courses available in Galway

Galway Executive Skillnet provides subsidised training courses to local businesses ranging from soft skills to management development.

Get the lowdown on starting your own food business

Thinking of starting your own food business or in the early stages of establishing one? Then give yourself a headstart on the competition by signing up to a mentoring and tutoring programme over four weeks at the Abbey Hotel, Roscommon.

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