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Culinary delights from The Ardilaun, free flights and entertainment at Galway’s first digital summit

Galway’s first digital summit for Galway, organised by David Glynn and Maricka Keogh from Online Marketing in Galway, takes place in The Ardilaun on Thursday January 29.

Does your business have what it takes to be named Mayo’s best?

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The Mayo Advertiser is delighted to announce the return of the Best of Mayo Awards for 2014.

Galway masters win second All-Ireland title

The Galway over 40s enjoyed a good win last weekend in the All-Ireland Master's football final, defeating Tyrone by1-8 to 0-9 in Leitrim.

Prizes for three Mayo schools in BT Young Scientist expo

Three Mayo schools came away with prizes from the 49th BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2013 in Dublin last Friday.

Irish holidaymakers ensure successful summer season for tourism in Mayo

Holidaying at home is an increasingly popular trend and one which Mayo hoteliers and tourist attractions have being benefiting from this summer. However there is scope to improve on what was a lucrative 2012 summer. As Mayo’s reputation of a family-friendly destination continues to grow at home, more work needs to be done to attract European and British visitors landing at Ireland West Airport Knock into Mayo.

St Canice’s Credit Union Senior Hurling quarter-finals

Dicksboro v O’ Loughlin Gaels

GAA Briefs

Rice a doubt for Carrickshock 

Training for business owners on how to leverage social media

“Social media is essential to every business at the moment and is a low cost form of advertising and promoting events.” That is according to David Glynn of the McWilliam Park Hotel in Claremorris. The hotel has partnered up with renowned trainer Fiona Ashe to provide a one-day seminar on “7 Top Ways To Leverage Social Media” to benefit business owners in the west of Ireland.

Henry’s return was the highlight of the weekend’s local action

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Kilkenny's bid for their 15th league title was halted in spectacular fashion by Dublin; a lot of post-mortems took place around the county. Everyone has their own version of what happened and what should be done going forward.

Buggy’s troops prepared for intermediate quarter-final showdown

Leinster intermediate hurling champions Dicksboro will travel to London this weekend to play Kilburn Gaels in the AIB GAA Hurling All-Ireland Intermediate Club Championship quarter-final.

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