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A spokesperson for the famous Birds funfair says it is planning to light up the sky over Castlebar this evening with the most impressive fireworks display ever seen in Mayo.
Ballina’s Mayor Johnny O’Malley made an impassioned call for action to halt the exodus of young people from the county in search of work opportunities.
As part of Mayo Science Week, Clean Water 2040 is a half-day conference addressing the key issue of future-proofing our water resources. Sandra Postel, a Freshwater Fellow of the National Geographic Society, will come to Mayo to offer a global perspective on this important topic. Ms Postel will be part of an influential panel of speakers addressing the key issues to determine whether Ireland is equipped to provide a clean, secure, water supply in 2040, exploring local best practice in rural areas, examining the evolving policy and institutional context, and reflecting on global case studies.
Fionnuala Comer and Anthony Voisine, two final year business students in GMIT Castlebar, have won first prize in the annual GMIT Student Innovation Awards 2013 for their start-up business concept ‘Lollicakes’, an innovative healthy confectionery for all types of occasions.
A large number of people attended the GROW Business Enterprise seminar which took place recently in Castlebar Tennis Club. Budding entrepreneurs had the opportunity to hear more about the opportunities and supports that are available for people setting up their own businesses in Mayo.
Bank of Ireland Castlebar is holding a Developing Local Enterprise in Mayo Evening on Monday May 21 next at the Harlequin Hotel Castlebar.
In what may be the first of many such exchanges, Athlone Town Council was successful this week (March 23) in bringing an action against a pair of Galway developers and their parent company for their failure to complete a Coosan housing estate.
The 2010 Mayo Science and Technology Festival runs from November 15 to 21 and promises a number of exciting events across the length and breadth of the county. Science Week aims promote the relevance of science and technology in our everyday lives and to demonstrate the importance of these disciplines to the future development of Mayo and the economy of Ireland.
The 2008 Mayo Science and Technology Festival took place from November 3 to 9 throughout Mayo, with an exciting range of events taking place across the length and breadth of the county.