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McInerneys SuperValu of Loughrea has beaten off stiff competition from hundreds of excellent Irish businesses in its bid to make the elite list of finalists The National Q Mark Awards, which are held annually by the Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA).
Burgess Department Store, Athlone, is supporting the Marie Keating Foundation’s ‘Give your Bra for Breast Cancer’ campaign.
SsangYong is now offering a diesel version of the new Tivoli crossover, with prices starting at €21,495.
This October, Centra retailers are urging the people of Westmeath to put on their runners and take to the streets for Centra’s ‘Walk the World’ initiative.
SsangYong is now offering a diesel version of the new Tivoli crossover with prices starting at €21,495.
The Irish Farmer’s Journal (IFJ), has awarded its inaugural ‘Farmer’s 4x4 Pick-Up 2016’ award to the Ford Ranger. The IFJ award is designed to highlight the best 4x4 pick-up on the market that meets the particular needs of farmers across Ireland.
The new SuperValu store on the Ballymahon Road, Athlone, officially opened last week creating 55 new jobs in the locality.
According to an analysis of Irish Life’s personal pension customers, people in Mayo are saving 19 per cent less into their pensions than Irish Life’s national average. The average monthly pension contribution by those living in County Mayo is €279 compared to Irish Life’s national monthly average of €343. On average women in Mayo pay €278 a month, and men pay €280 a month. Only 31 per cent of Irish Life’s pension customers from Mayo are female, compared to 69 per cent male customers.
The latest figures from the National Housing Construction Index reveal that sentiment in the construction sector in Mayo remains positive as planning applications rose by 10 per cent in the first six months of 2015 when compared to same period in 2014. Despite the positive outlook, there has been a significant fall in activity in the residential construction sector in Mayo with project commencements down by 49 per cent in the first half of 2015 when compared to 2014.
Due to arrive in Irish showrooms from October onwards, Honda tells us that both the all-new HR-V and Jazz models models combine sophisticated new design concepts with the safety, class-leading interior space and versatility customary to Honda models. The Honda HR-V sees the return of a much-loved nameplate to the Irish market, and will retail from €23,995 with class-leading equipment when it launches in Ireland.