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GMIT rolls out new video conferencing service between secondary schools and GMIT

GMIT has launched a new online talks service linking GMIT campuses and secondary schools across the country using the latest hi-definition video conferencing systems and an online learning software tool.

Ballyhaunis Summer Festival

The town of Ballyhaunis is very busy at the moment in preparation for its 12th annual summer festival.

Mayo secondary schools to receive high speed broadband — Minister Ring

Twenty five secondary schools in Mayo are to get high speed (100Mbps) broadband over the next few years as part of a national programme being rolled out in all secondary schools. Welcoming the announcement, Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport, Michael Ring detailed the Mayo schools as follows:

Our School’s Got Talent

The Mayo county final of Special Olympics Our School's Got Talent, in association with Supermac’s, took place in Royal Theatre Castlebar last Friday night, with 25 acts competing for a place in this year’s Connacht final.

Mayo schools progress further towards Our School’s Got Talent

The second of the Mayo semi-finals for the Special Olympics Our School's Got Talent, in association with Supermac’s, took place this week in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, where 20 acts took to the stage, all hoping to clinch a place in this year's Mayo county final.

Plasterer whose van was involved in accident had wrong vehicle insured

A plasterer whose van was involved in a traffic accident and who only found out following he accident he had insured another van he had sold rather than the one he intended to insure, was in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

EXCEL 10 is ready to roll in November

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The Mayo County Council’s EXCEL 10 is a developmental programme of arts events for teenagers and young adults across the county. The programme focuses on supporting and developing the skills of young people with specific arts interests, while also providing opportunities for young Mayo people to get involved in quality arts events during the month of November.

Adrian Freeman a too short life

born in March 1986, the second child of Seamas Freeman, Kinagha, Tooreen, and Ita Larkin, Loughrea. He was the second of three children and has an elder sister Louise, who is 28 and is a doctor based in Galway. His younger brother Cathal is 20 years. Hurling was in his blood from the start with as his father Seamus represented Tooreen in many senior finals throughout the seventies and eighties. Adrian started his education in Tooreen NS in 1991 before going on to Ballyhaunis Community School in 1999. He also went to Limerick IT between 2004 and 2009, where he qualified as a civil engineer.

Spacious family homes in Hazelhill Downs, Ballyhaunis

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Hazelhill Downs, Ballyhaunis is a beautiful development of new family homes, just off Upper Main Street, Ballyhaunis. Built to the highest specifications and standards by Keegan Homes Construction Company, these are delightful four-bedroom, two- storey, detached homes in a very convenient location. There are three remaining for sale at a reduced price. Each property is finished throughout, with features including tarmacadam driveway, carpeting in entrance hall, stairs and upstairs landing and painting complete in the show house, which is open for public viewing on Saturday December 6.

Mayo students among UCD scholars and high achievers for 2008

Eight Mayo students were among the 224 scholarship recipients for 2008 announced by Dr Philip Nolan, Deputy President of University College Dublin.


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