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Ornate and colourful dragon boats are not exactly a familiar sight on the calm waters of Lough Lannagh.
The organiser of the recent Saddle Up For Epilepsy Cycle, Brenda Quigg from Breaffy, says the event was a huge success and issued a heartfelt thanks to all of those who supported the cycle.
Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.
Mayo’s ambitions to market the county as one of Ireland’s leading locations for start-ups, particularly in the technology sphere, are in full flight this weekend.
Non-profit organisations in Mayo are reminded to apply to the €125,000 Coca-Cola Thank You Fund before the July 19 closing date. The fund is supporting non-profits which promote balanced, healthy and active living in local communities on the island of Ireland, including sports clubs. Organisations are urged to apply for funding for projects that take an innovative approach to promoting fitness and nutrition. One organisation will received €25,000 and 10 others will receive €10,000 each.
Brian Tallon is our newly appointed deputy sales manager for the Athlone and Mullingar Advertisers.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny held one of his biannual meetings with the Mayo Industries Group a couple of weeks ago to discuss road access to the county.
Picture yourself sipping hot port in front of a roaring fire as you gaze out over the calm shores of Lough Corrib, dining on the finest of local ingredients foraged by renowned chef Jonathan Keane, or relaxing in the outdoor hot tub.
Jim Murren, Former IDA Regional Manager, West Region, has been appointed Chairman of Specialised Sterile Environments SSE.
The Ireland West Airport Knock Local Area Plan 2012 to 2018 was given the go ahead at a special meeting of Mayo County Council last Monday. The plan had been up for adoption at the normal July monthly meeting of the council, but was postponed so some amendments to the plan could be made, following consultations between the airport management, council management, and councillors.