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The number of new cars sold in Mayo in January has increased by 30 per cent compared to January 2014.
A new report from Retail Ireland says the sector looks set to record its best Christmas shopping season in five years with Irish consumers expected to spend more than €4 billion on festive cheer and gifts in the coming weeks.
The Wild Atlantic Way, a host of new festivals and events, and an ever growing cooperative community spirit, have all played a role in boosting visitor numbers to Ballina by a significant 12 per cent in the first nine months of the year.
Ballina has become the first town in Connacht and only the fifth in the country to be awarded a coveted Purple Flag for its vibrant night life.
A new proposed scheme by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) will help create 59 jobs in Mayo if the Government agrees to the idea which was part of SIMI’s pre-budget submission.
Anecdotal evidence that tourism in Ballina and the north Mayo area has been buoyant so far this year is supported by new figures just released by Ballina Chamber of Commerce.
A fundraiser being held in the city at the weekend aims to raise money for a nutrition clinic in Zambia, South Africa.
Audi Galway will unveil a new era for motoring in the region when it opens its doors to a new showroom in September 2012.
Moate Business College presents Glimpses, an exhibition of art works from past pupils in Tuar Ard gallery and theatre on December 1 at 8pm. Works being exhibited include painting, animation, sculpture, installation, and print making. There will also be a performance art piece on the night. The exhibition will be opened by internationally acclaimed Irish artist Paul Proud.
KCT Ltd, the Kilkenny member for The Pallet Network (TPN), has contributed to the €8 million 2009 turnover for TPN. The Pallet Network (TPN) is one of Ireland’s leading freight, transport and logistics services providers. KCT Ltd is one of the 23 regional national network carriers for TPN.