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‘Live’ art to celebrate Culture Night in Mullingar

To celebrate today’s Culture Night, a group of 15 local artists will host “an impromptu, collaborative exhibition” in The Studio at No 1, Mount Street Gardens, Mullingar today, September 24. The exhibition will be open from noon until 10pm.

Celebrated author Jennifer Johnston to address Lady Gregory autumn gathering

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The highly successful Lady Gregory Autumn Gatherings will continue in Coole Park, Gort, from Friday September 24 to Sunday September 26. Recognising the remarkable influence of Lady Augusta Gregory on the development of Irish theatre and literature, this 16th gathering highlights her unique inspiration for the early foundations of the Abbey Theatre.

Penrose demands IDA focuses on Mullingar jobs

Willie Penrose, spoke to Barry O’Leary, the CEO of the IDA this week, appealing for priority status to be given to Mullingar. Deputy Penrose wants to see the IDA working towards attracting industry to the well appointed and well located industrial parks, situated at Marlinstown, Mullingar.

250 jobs to come on stream as PPD opens

Up to 250 positions will be created for PhD level students, laboratory staff, and other clinical development professionals in the coming years, with the opening of PPD’s research and testing facility in Athlone this week.

Ryanair and Aer Lingus anger over compensation bill

The country’s two biggest airlines Ryanair and Aer Lingus are to clash with Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) over a compensation bill of €1 million after the radar debacel in Dublin Airport earlier in the month.

Erin Leinster Under-21 Hurling final

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Boston Scientific invests €50 million in Galway facility

Boston Scientific is to invest €50 million in strategic research and development at its Galway facility. The corporation, which specialises in medical devices for use in minimally invasive surgical procedures, will invest the money with the support of IDA Ireland.

Galway flush with top poker in January

Europe’s first major poker event of 2009 will be held in Galway with coverage on RTE.

‘Black Friday’ as 32 Taconic redundancies announced - Penrose

Deputy Willie Penrose has described the announcement of the loss of 32 jobs at Mullingar’s Taconic plant last week as a major blow. coming as it did on a ‘Black Friday’ for jobs.

Government airport tax could threaten future of Ryanair Knock flights

Tourism jobs in the west could be under threat if Ryanair cut services from Ireland West Airport Knock.


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