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Speed monitor on the Monivea Road
MayoNorth.ie and Ballina Chamber are hosting a food tourism seminar in the Great National Hotel Ballina, on Tuesday March 28 at 9.30am, and are inviting all types of food businesses in Mayo and west Sligo to attend. The seminar and networking event, proudly supported by Michael Carr Foods, Ballina Chamber, Bunzl McLaughlin and the Great National Hotel Ballina is part of a drive to highlight and develop the food offering locally, and to emphasise the significant value to the hospitality and food industries of food tourism, and the importance of using local ingredients to convey a sense of “place on a plate”, by offering fresh, locally sourced, seasonal food. Recent research conducted on behalf of Failte Ireland showed that holidaymakers in Ireland spend close to €2 billion annually on food and drink during their stay.
When local heart and stroke charity Croí was approached some months ago about a proposed memorial charity cycle, little did anyone know just how big a fundraising event it would turn out to be.
A patient support apartment at the Croi Heart and Stroke Centre in the city has been named after a young man who died from a heart attack.
The Galway minor footballers, under the guidance of team manager Stephen Joyce and selectors Jason Taniane and Terence Morgan, produced a good performance Sunday in Croke Park on Sunday, defeating Donegal by 2-12 to 1-11 to qualify for the All-Ireland minor final for the first time in nine years.
DIALYSIS PATIENTS in Galway, and the nursing staff who look after them, have created a fascinating exhibition for this year's Galway International Arts Festival - The Savage Loves His Native Shore.
All roads led to the Bounty last Friday, June 3 as the presentation of the proceeds of the Anthony O’Brien Memorial Cycle were made to heart and stroke charity Croí.
The sudden passing of Anthony O’Brien from heart disease in April of last year deeply saddened and shocked the community in Athlone and beyond.