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Coca-Cola has launched the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund and announced the availability of €125,000 in funding to community and voluntary groups promoting active lifestyles in Mayo and throughout the island of Ireland.
Top Irish author Sebastian Barry will receive an honorary degree from NUI Galway next month, the university has announced.
Athlone was a science hub yesterday, Thursday March 15, as schoolchildren from across the country congregated at AIT for the national finals of the Primary Science Competition.
Competition can be good; competition can be healthy; however, in the instance this week of one new music festival cancelling out a more established music festival – this result is not a good one.
According to Seamus O’Hara in O’Hara’s bar in Thomastown the most unusual drink he’s ever had to pour was a long-iced tea, a favourite of a local bookmaker. Making this perfect tipple by shaking half a shot each of light white rum, Plymouth gin, Ketel One Vodka, Sauza Horitos tequila and Cointreau, along with a shot of freshly squeezed lime juice and a half shot of gomme syrup, and finally putting it into an ice-filled glass and topping it off with Coca Cola, there is probably only two people in Thomastown who could possibly afford such an expensive drink: the bookmaker, or any bookmaker for that matter in this economic climate, and the local man who dreamt a couple of weeks ago that he’d won millions in the National Lottery. It’s not often you hear the one about the man who walked into a bar to tell the one about his millionaire winnings. Such was the amazement from the locals that the bar poets got together and wrote the ballad of The Savage Dream in his honour. As an appetiser it begins:
A Galway-based wheelchair basketball team has been shortlisted for a share of the €125,000 Coca-Cola 125 Years Thank You Fund.
US President, Barack Obama, has been formally invited to visit Callan where he is being encouraged to view various landmarks, chief among them the homestead of James Hoban, the architect who designed the White House.
A plan is in place to close down the stores department at Mayo General Hospital which employs 28 staff and has been recognised as an award winning and cost-saving centre of excellence, according to Dr Jerry Cowley, Labour party general election candidate for Mayo, who added that such a move will result in local suppliers losing millions in revenue and put patient care at risk.
Beverley Flynn TD met with An Taoiseach Brian Cowen recently to press the case for urgent improvements to the N5 between Mayo and Longford.
Marks & Spencer stores in Athlone and Mullingar have announced the introduction of branded food products to their range this month. The selected range of hundreds of branded grocery and household products will be available in store by mid-September.