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Arrabawn geared up for positive future as €15.7million investment programme reaps dividends

The CEO of Arrabawn Co-op has said that the company’s strong performance in 2014, reflected by a €1.7m increase (60 per cent) in operating profits to €4.4million, can be attributed to five years of significant capital investment now paying dividends.

Wise up to water safety this August Bank Holiday

The safest places to swim and enjoy water activities are at lifeguarded locations, and in Mayo they are situated at Bertra, Westport; Old Head, Louisburgh; Carramore, Louisburgh; Carrowniskey, Louisburgh; Mulranny; Achill Island at Keel, Keem; Silver and Golden strands, Dugort; Ross, Killala; Tidal Pool, Shore Road, Belmullet.

Summer fun in Kilkenny keeps the economy blues at bay

There was much to celebrate in Kilkenny this week following the return home of our very own special Olympians who between them boasted a tally of three Olympic medals and two ribbons.

Kilkenny’s Special Olympians return home in glory

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Kilkenny’s three Special Olympics athletes returned home this week, bringing with them their entourage of supporters, as well as a new collection of medals and ribbons to show for their efforts.

Kilkenny’s Special Olympics athletes set an example to all

As the three Kilkenny Special Olympics athletes left for Athens in high spirits, there can be no doubting the impact that their success thus far has had on others.

Team Kilkenny in Athens for 2011 Special Olympics

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Three athletes from Kilkenny are among the 126 athletes to represent Ireland at prestigious world level competition

Collectors needed for Special Olympics Ireland’s annual collection day

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Special Olympics Ireland’s annual Collection Day, sponsored by eircom will take place on Friday April 15. This is the biggest annual fundraising event in aid of Special Olympics Ireland and some 3,500 volunteers are required nationally for the day.

FBD League up for grabs under Friday night lights

This evening’s meeting of Mayo and NUIG in McHale Park in the home final of the FBD League will bring together two of the men who put their name in the hat for the Mayo manager’s job last year. James Horan was the choice at the end of the search to fill the spot left vacant by John O’Mahony, but John Maughan who is now over the students was right in the running until he decided to withdraw from the race not long before the finish.

Mayo hurlers keep up winning start

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Local athletes enjoy medal success at Special Olympics

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The Special Olympics Gameshosted in Limerick last week have been hailed the best ever after four very successful days of sporting events.


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