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Eurospar Belmullet was awarded the ultimate accolade, scooping a Top Of The Tree award at the recent Five Star Awards ceremony.
Fears about the future of the maternity unit at Mayo General Hospital continued to grow as new details emerged this week about the confidential draft review of services that is under way at hospitals in the west and northwest.
Value Centre Castlebar was officially reopened by the Taoiseach earlier this week, just over a year after a fire at the cash and carry temporarily closed its doors. Owners and operators BWG Foods spent €2 million on a massive refurbishment of the site and kept all staff jobs open, moving workers to other Value Centres in the area until Value Centre Castlebar was ready to welcome them back. All 14 employees are now back in work and the cash and carry has resumed full service to businesses across the west of Ireland.
A number of leading SPAR retailers from across the country including Mayo gathered at Killashee House in County Kildare recently for the brand’s annual 5 Star Awards ceremony, run by BWG Foods (owners and operators of the SPAR brand in Ireland) in association with the Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA).
There will be smiles all round from the staff and guests at Bon Secours Hospital in Galway today as they welcome An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, for the official opening of the new €15 million expansion.
There will be smiles all round from the staff and guests at Bon Secours Hospital tomorrow as they welcome An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, for the official opening of the new €15 million expansion.
West of Ireland-based airline Aer Arann has begun its search for a new managing director to succeed Garry Cullen who is to retire later this year after fulfilling a two-year-contract.
Bank of Ireland has announced that it has awarded 87 new scholarships for third level education. Valued at over €1m, these scholarships allow students who face economic, social, or physical barriers an opportunity to access third level education. This year’s successful applicants included two talented Mayo students — Stephen Smyth, Ballina and Mairead McGowan, Newport — who received their awards from Richie Boucher, group chief executive, Bank of Ireland.
A Kilkenny girl has been awarded a scholarship for her third level education.