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Westmeath production company wins national media award for special documentary

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There were jubilant scenes in Athlone recently when a production company run by Martin Devaney and his wife Claire won a National Television Award for a special documentary they filmed at the National Community Games finals for Irish TV.

Toyota announces winners of annual dealer awards 2014

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Toyota dealers from across Ireland gathered in Dublin recently for the Toyota Dealer of the Year awards. A total of eight awards were presented on the night to seven Toyota dealers, for their achievements in sales and aftersales across several categories, with Brian Geary of Raheen in Limerick winning both the No1 Vehicle Sales and Best Accessories Sale Performance awards.

New app to help future graduates add up points

The first official third level app designed for students to calculate leaving certificate points has been launched by NUI Galway. iPoints - the free app is a must for all Leaving Cert students expecting their results on Wednesday next14 August and is available through iTunes since Tuesday.

Fáilte Ireland to hold public meetings on west coast tourism route

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Meetings will take place in Galway and Clifden later this month as part of a series of events organised by Fáilte Ireland to get local communities involved in the development of a significant new driving route for the west coast.

Man fined after he stole bottle of whiskey

A man who stole a bottle of whiskey from a Ballina shop was convicted and fined at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.

Passing of District Court Judge noted

A minute’s silence was held at Castlebar District Court on Wednesday after Judge Mary Devins informed the court that she had just learned about the sad passing of Judge Derek McVeigh, who was a moveable judge on the District Court Bench.

Fears for Celestica jobs as all staff are called in for night-time meeting

Workers at the Celestica plant in Parkmore were waiting to hear their fate last night as the company prepared to hold a general meeting with all 380 day and night shift staff in the facility. It was widely expected that the company, which announced cuts to working hours last week, was preparing to cut its Galway workforce in a bid to offset a fall in revenue.


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