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Up to €1.6m bus pole contract for Tuam Engineering firm

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Tuam firm Larkin Engineering and Street Products have secured a prestige contract worth up to €1.6 million over the next two years for the supply of bus poles, with information display cases and metal flags to the National Transport Authority (NTA).

NUI Galway professor elected Science secretary of the Royal Irish Academy

Professor Peter McHugh was elected Science Secretary of the Royal Irish Academy at the Stated General Meeting of the RIA recently.

Portwest announces appointment of new store manager for Mayo store

Mayo based company Portwest, which employs 20 people across its Mayo and Galway outlet stores, has announced the appointment of a new store manager to its Westport shop. Founded in 1904 and based in Westport since then, the company has become Ireland’s leading outdoor leisure wear, PPE, and work-wear clothing company.

New chairperson for hospitals’ patient council

Well-known patient advocate Neil Johnson has been elected as the first chairperson of the recently formed patient council for Saolta University Health Care Group.

McFarland to leave Connacht

Connacht assistant coach Dan McFarland is leaving the club at the end of the current season. 

Connacht still in sixth despite Cardiff controversy

Connacht Rugby and Pat Lam will welcome the two-week break from Pro 12 action after a frustrating and controversial loss to Cardiff at the weekend.

Croi head to lead patients’ group

The West Northwest Saolta Hospital Group Patient Council has announced that Croi CEO Neil Johnson will be its first chairperson.

Calm before chaos as commuters get Easter break before Lough Atalia closure

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Work on the Lough Atalia Bridge Road Lowering Project starts on Monday March 23, but the road will remain open during the following two weeks in order to allow unrestricted access to the city during the Easter weekend.

No road closure for first two weeks of Lough Atalia road lowering works

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Work on the Lough Atalia Bridge Road Lowering Project starts on Monday March 23, but the road will remain open during the following two weeks in order to allow unrestricted access to the city during the Easter weekend.

Connacht appoints new head of operations

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Karl Boyle, the CEO of Mountaineering Ireland has been appointed head of operations with Connacht Rugby and will take up the position with the province in March.

 

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