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Independent councillor Christy Hyland was elected as the Cathaoirleach of the new Westport-Belmullet Municipal District this week.
Gaelscoil Mhic Amhlaigh, one of the largest gaelscoileanna in the State, will tomorrow see the official opening of its new 720-pupil capacity school in Knocknacarra.
Outgoing President, Gordon Ballantyne, welcomed a good attendance to the recent Buccaneers Rugby Football Club AGM in The Bounty. The club had mixed success on the playing fields, winning another Connacht Senior League and Cup double but being relegated in the All-Ireland League. Off the playing fields he was pleased to report that the club had “got control of its financial shortfall”, which was one of his key priorities in office.
Kai Restaurant’s pork ramen with Bord Bia quality assured eggs has been announced as the winning dish in the ‘Eggs for Anytime’ chef competition. The competition, run by Bord Bia and the Irish Egg Association, invited chefs from around the country to embrace the culinary versatility of eggs and create an eggciting recipe with Bord Bia quality assured eggs that would feature on their restaurant menu, separate to breakfast and brunch.
King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden visited the Marine Institute headquarters in Oranmore tlast weekend as part of a three-day state visit.
Declan Lynn from Crossmolina has been acknowledged for his contribution to dairy farming excellence at the Aurivo Milk Quality Awards.
GMIT has said it will begin the procedure of selecting and appointing a new president for the institute following the resignation of Dr Fergal Barry this week.
Athlone Drug Awareness Group is actively taking a part in paving the way for a healthier environment with the introduction of reusable stainless steel Athlone Drug Awareness Group sports bottles.
Chairman Eoin McDonnell and the committee of Westport Food Festival regret that for a combination of reasons the festival will not be going ahead in 2019.
The Restaurants' Association of Ireland (RAI) has called for changes in government policy to ensure that restaurants can stay viable.