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Rory O’Neill was among those honoured at this year’s People of the Year Awards. Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the annual ceremony was presented by Gráinne Seoige and broadcast live on RTÉ One television from Dublin’s Citywest Hotel last Saturday night. Rory was presented with his award by Stephen Fry.
Kinahan Commercials, Moate has been named as the HCV Aftersales Main Dealer of the Year at the inaugural Irish Auto Trade Awards ceremony held in the Citywest Hotel, Dublin recently.
Cawley Auto Repairs is situated on the Breaffy Road in Castlebar and specialises in Mercedes and also carries out extensive work on Volkswagen and Audi. Founded by Michael Cawley in 2010, the company has been to the fore in car servicing and repair in the west of Ireland ever since and is a member of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
Three Castlebar based businesses made the honours list at the national auto aftermarket awards.
Five Galway-based businesses have been honoured in the national auto awards.
O’Toole Refrigerated Transport’s attention to detail in a complex business such as seafood distribution was rewarded by winning the Fleet Transport Irish Haulier of the Year 2015 award, in association with Rosslare Europort.
Gills Driving School (Ballina) was recognised for its initiative in offering road transport operators with an International Road Transport Union Certified Training Course on safe loading and cargo securing at last week’s Fleet Transport Awards in Dublin.
With the All Ireland final not to long away now, there’s not much else being talked about around the county. If you’re someone who is looking for some expert opinion on the game over the next week, there’s plenty of opportunities to hear some expert views.
Colm Murray, the RTÉ sports broadcaster, was honoured on Saturday (September 15) at the 2012 Rehab People of the Year Awards “for his courageous, inspiring and moving response to a devastating diagnosis of motor neurone disease, and for his inspirational efforts in speaking out about the condition, the difficulties faced by those affected by it, and the need for a cure”, according to Angela Kerins, chief executive, Rehab, and chairperson of the adjudication committee.
Renmore woman Eithne Carey has become Active Retirement Ireland's (ARI) new vice president.