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Network Ireland Mayo is celebrating 25 years since it was founded in August 1994 in the Imperial Hotel Castlebar. To mark this milestone, an event will be held on Thursday, January 24 in Breaffy House Resort with light refreshments at 7.15pm and proceedings starting at 8pm – everyone is welcome.
Westport businessman Cathal Hughes has been named the Virginia Gallagher Mayo Person of the Year for 2019 by Mayo Association Dublin.
Joanne Murphy of Tri Talking Sport was officially appointed President of the Business and Professional Women’s Club Galway at their AGM in the Ardilaun Hotel on Monday, succeeding Valerie Murphy who held a two-year term of office at the helm of BPW Galway.
Europe is likely to be a recurring theme in Irish politics during 2019. The fate of the Brexit process across the Irish Sea has been Issue No 1 for some time, and despite all that happened last week, including the thumping defeat for Theresa May's deal in the Commons, the only certainty is the promise of further drama to follow.
In December, Network Ireland Mayo held its AGM in Breaffy House Resort, which was followed by a drinks reception and dinner in the Mulberry restaurant.
Rugby with Michael Silke
The West needs an engine like the Shannon Group to drive economic and social progress if the region isn’t to fall hopelessly behind Dublin. That was the message from business leaders in Claremorris, after the south Mayo town scooped the ‘Best in Connacht-Ulster’ trophy at the Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town Awards.
A sum totalling €500,000 has been generated by intuitive local business personnel in Athlone as a result of a wealth of effective and cohesive business networking. The Luan BNI group which was launched in February 2018 and meets locally every Thursday morning in the Shamrock Lodge Hotel comprises 27 business people who work together with the aim of building and enhancing the local economy.
Well, Longford has really emerged with a bang in this pre-Christmas season. We had two notable events in Longford over last weekend.
I will begin this column by noting and paying respect to the late US president George Bush who died recently. I have not any particular memories about him but I have always felt that he was a most honourable person, and that seems to be the general opinion now upon his passing. I noted at his funeral home that his faithful dog who he has had for years was keeping watch on the rug outside, and I thought well, the late president must have had very admirable human traits. May he rest in peace.