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Diners in Salthill and surrounding areas have a new venue when it comes to top quality Indian cuisine — Falguni Indian restaurant and takeaway has recently opened, offering a delicious mix of classic Indian dishes and regional specialities.
Junk Kouture, the annual competition to recycle junk into high fashion, is calling on budding designers in secondary schools across Mayo to sign up for this year’s awards.
Staff across the six branches of Bank of Ireland in Westmeath - Athlone town, Athlone IT, Castlepollard, Kinnegad, Moate, and Mullingar are partnering with the local St Vincent de Paul this Christmas as part of the bank’s nationwide Give Together campaign.
A dividend of €774,000 on members’ shares plus a loan interest rebate of €327,000 is the reward to the credit unions members at this year’s AGM. This is the sum of money being given back to you the members by Ballinasloe Credit Union. This is an injection of €1,101,000 into the local economy this Christmas by Ballinasloe Credit Union.
Bank of Ireland staff will provide hundreds of hampers, hospital packs, hostel bags and wishlist presents to St Vincent de Paul as part of its fundraising and volunteering initiative to help the needy this Christmas.
Alan Heaney, owner and founder of Farmofy, was one of the participants at Bank of Ireland’s 11th National Enterprise Week run from Friday November 14 to Friday November 21. The theme of the week was “Let’s Connect”, with the bank focusing on supporting Ireland’s SMEs, start-ups, and the agri sector to help foster business growth and development in the Irish economy. Heaney is from Killasser in Mayo and has designed Cow Call, a unique mobile technology that alerts farmers when a cow is about to give birth. The device alerts farmers as soon as a cow goes into labour and can be synchronised with up to five phones.
A new guidebook has been published by NUI Galway’s discipline of Earth and Ocean Science highlighting the wide variety of local and imported natural stone used in Galway City's buildings.
A new €15 limited edition silver proof collector coin honouring John Philip Holland, the Irish born inventor of the modern submarine, was launched on Monday in Oranmore by the Central Bank of Ireland.