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Ten of the 40 new jobs announced this week by top sports retailer Elverys Intersport are to be based at the company's head office in Castlebar.
HIT PLAY, The Year of the Moving Statues, is coming to the Town Hall Theatre. A side-splitting satirical comedy by Kinvara playwright Gerry Conneely, it captures the madness and excitement of summer 1985 when the country’s grottoes began to move en masse.
A Mayo man has undertaken a tandem skydive to raise money for his favourite charity, Mary’s Meals. Brave Padraig Keogh took the plunge last Sunday, April 6, at Clonbullogue Airfield in Offaly. Padraig celebrated his 45th birthday the following day.
After 50 years trading Arch Motors in Westside is to close the car dealership side of the business with immediate effect due to the difficult trading conditions in recent times.
The Crowne Plaza Blanchardstown offers a totally unique location, setting this hotel apart from all others in Dublin. With the Blanchardstown Centre, Ireland’s leading shopping, leisure and retail park destination on its doorstep, the hotel offers guests an enviable choice of activities and entertainment to choose from.
Dooega drama group staged their production of Translations in Colaiste Acla on Saturday and Sunday December 29 and 30 and will perform in other venues in coming months.
Connacht Rugby entertained Galwegians on the streets of the city yesterday to launch their new playing kit for the 2012/13 season.
A new structured mentoring initiative where the expertise of leading indigenous food and drink companies will be shared with small food firms was launched this week at Bord Bia’s Small Business Open Day. More than 120 food companies gathered in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Blanchardstown, Dublin, to hear how global food and drink companies such as Glanbia, Nestle, Coca-Cola, Kepak, Bulmers, and Kraft will offer their advice and expertise to small food firms in the key areas of business strategy, account management, and logistics. The mentoring programme will be coordinated by Bord Bia in cooperation with FDII (Food and Drink Industry Ireland).
Rehab’s innovative JobFit programme which operated a centre in Athlone between August 2010 and March 2011 has revealed today that 54 per cent of participants on the employment and training skills course in the town got a job or progressed on to further education or training. A total of 160 people who were unemployed enrolled in the centre and outcomes of participants were tracked up to October 31.
Additional tolls on Dublin’s M50 and on other routes around the country would cause extensive traffic congestion on alternative routes.