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Leading DJ Krafty Kuts @ Kelly’s

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KRAFTY KUTS, one of the world’s leading DJs, will be spinning the decks at Kelly’s, Bridge Street, this Sunday at 10pm.

Ballina councillors accuse the IDA of failing them

Following a lengthy presentation by Mr Jim Murren, western regional manager of the IDA to the members of Ballina Town Council on Wednesday night a number of councillors expressed their anger at the lack of development in the town over the past number of years.

WTO breakdown could affect top Mayo industries

The Irish Farmers’ Association in Mayo are expressing their relief this week at the breakdown of the World Trade Organisation talks, but the lack of a deal could have serious implications for Mayo’s largest employers who export €3bn worth of products every year and employ 3,000 people.

Mayo Science and Technology Festival a major success

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The 2008 Mayo Science and Technology Festival took place from November 3 to 9 throughout Mayo, with an exciting range of events taking place across the length and breadth of the county.

Ballina councillors could be on collision course with Department

Ballina Town Council could be on a collision course with the Department of the Environment they were warned when they amended the town development plan this week.

Barrett calls for jobs stimulus plan

Labour candidate Harry Barrett has said a jobs stimulus plan for Mayo is imperative to avoid sleepwalking into a serious jobs crisis. He has said job creation through a stimulus plan should be put to the top of the political agenda.

McHale proposal could save council €3.8 million

A proposal from Fianna Fáil local election candidate in Mayo County Council Gerard McHale could save Mayo County Council €3.8 million over the term of the council.

Managing your career

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If you are reeling from being made redundant, having had your working hours cut or failing to land your first real job despite countless efforts you may be finding it increasingly difficult to stay positive and interested in your future.

Top Level Roofing and Cladding available for jobs with even small budgets

Top Level Roofing and Cladding was formed in 1999 by Thomas Lavin who has over 20 years’ experience in the industry working on numerous large-scale industrial projects including Intel, HP, Elan, Dell, Abbott, and Coca Cola, as well as supplying labour for various roofing and cladding sub-contractors. Kevin McCudden has a vast experience of over 20 years in surveying and project management for large scale construction projects through out Ireland and the UK, and he joined the company in 2005. Top Level Roofing and Cladding formed to act as a supply and fit C2 registered sub-contractor in the construction industry. The company has assembled a team of professionals with extensive knowledge in the management of projects and the installation of roofing and cladding materials.

KC Blake’s Pantry opens in Oranmore

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KC Blake’s is open for business six days per week from 10.30am until 7.30pm Tuesday to Saturday, and on Sundays from 12 noon to 5pm. The company’s aim is to produce restaurant quality food for you to eat at home. So what is the difference between certain large supermarket dinners and KC Blake’s offerings except the price? I put that question to Vicky as today price is an issue for most people. The difference is that all the raw materials are sourced in Galway and of the best quality available, the fish, the meat, the fruit and vegetables, and even the packaging are all sourced locally. There are absolutely no flavour enhancers or preservatives and everything is handmade by the team of chefs. Everything is cooked fresh each day and delivered to The Pantry so it is as fresh as possible.

 

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