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The Western Region of C.I.P.D. are hosting a programme of events on September 14 at the Harbour Hotel, Galway at 6pm. The overall theme for the forthcoming year ”Innovative HR – Towards Recovery”, is apt as despite the challenges that businesses currently face in the practice of Human Resource Management, there is emerging evidence that the HR function has and is playing a significant role in managing the business. The chosen theme and the range of speakers and topics in the 2010-2011 programme reflects how the HR function has supported the business to manage through the current challenges and is leading in the preparation towards recovery. For details see www.cipdwest.com.
An Irish American fund has generously donated monies to help develop learning facilities at Mayo schools.
This week’s edition of the flagship current affairs programme Saturday Forum can be heard on CRC 102.9 fm on Saturday April 17.
Next week’s monthly meeting of Castlebar Town Council will see two motions in relation to the regulation of head shops in the town put before the council. Both Sinn Féin Councillor Therese Ruane and Fine Gael Cllr Brendan Heneghan have put forward motions calling for the regulation of these shops.
The Queally men are on a good run of form and look very organised and highly motivated. They will be hard beaten.
Twenty years ago, in April 1989, Frank and Ellen Heneghan opened their first cafe in The Bridge Mills. They painstakingly restored the derelict corn mill that had functioned until the 1970s.
The Co-op, a new bar, restaurant, and live music venue, has opened in Moycullen in a building which has been restored by the Heneghan family, whose previous projects include The Bridge Mills and The Budding Café.
The Carramore 10k is the first race in Mayo AC's 2009 Road Race League, which is sponsored by Vodafone C & C Cellular and supported by Mayo Sports Partnership.
The Carramore 10k is the first race in Mayo AC's 2009 Road Race League, which is sponsored by Vodafone C & C Cellular and supported by Mayo Sports Partnership. The race is on tomorrow at 6pm. This will the first chance for participants to pick up league points in what promises to be a very competitive league this year. The Carramore 10k is a firm favourite on the western athletics calendar and is now in its sixth year of the race. The course is a fast, one lap, rural circuit which will test all athletes. There is a good community spirit and there has been lots of local help in support of the main organiser Christy Heneghan, who has been involved in athletics since the 1970s. Once again the race is supported by local business people PJ and Helena O'Connor. This race has a strong fund-raising tradition. The main charity this year is the Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation. To date the event has raised €46,000 for its palliative care service.
Local businessman Frank Heneghan is set to create 20 new jobs with the opening of The Co-op, a new bar/restaurant/venue in Moycullen on September 18.