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US President Biden to visit Mayo next week
It has been confirmed that the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, will pay an official visit to Ireland next week at the invitation of the Taoiseach. The visit will take place from April 12 to 15, during which, President Biden is to travel to Ballina, where he is scheduled to deliver a homecoming speech outside St Muredach's Cathedral on Friday evening, April 14.
Swinford and Kiltimagh students set for Croke Park entrepreneurship final
Mayo Local Enterprise Office have announced that teenage entrepreneurs from Scoil Muire agus Pádraig, Swinford and St. Louis Secondary School, Kiltimagh will represent Mayo at this year’s Student Enterprise Programme National Finals on Friday, May 5.
'Grossly unfair people live in dread of flooding,' says Calleary ahead of Ballina consultation
It is 'grossly unfair' that people in Ballina live with the constant dread of having all their possessions destroyed by flooding, Minister of State Dara Calleary said last evening, ahead of next week's public consultation on the Ballina Flood Relief Scheme.
Ring and Calleary agree to pursue Knock IDA visit
Mayo TD Michael Ring has called for action on the strategic development zone at Knock Airport in order to create an industrial hub there - and has been supported in his call by Minister of State in the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Dara Calleary.
New life for Ballina Gate Lodge
Ballina Gate Lodge has been awarded funding of €240,000 as part of a heritage and conservation project that will see the structure being opened as a residence for artists, writers, ecologists, historians, environmentalists and community engagement.
Planning approval for Ballina IDA site welcomed
Ballina-based Minister of State Dara Calleary T.D. has welcomed planning permission approval for the construction of new infrastructure works at the IDA-owned site on the Sligo Road, Ballina.
5,000 jobs in west’s offshore wind sector by 2037
A new report led by a collaboration of regional stakeholders identifies an unprecedented opportunity for the Atlantic Region in the Growth of Onshore to Offshore Wind. The study was commissioned by the Mid-West, North-West and West Regional Enterprise Offices and funded by the Enterprise Ireland Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme, Clare County Council, Donegal County Council, Leitrim County Council, Limerick County Council, Mayo County Council, Tipperary County Council and the Western Development Commission.