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A record number of employers’ groups and recruitment companies are due to attend this year’s GMIT Careers Fair, which takes place on Monday October 6, seeking to fill a broad range of jobs in a variety of sectors.
Deputy Robert Troy has called for assurances about the future of jobs at Covidien in Athlone following the announcement that the company is being bought by American medical device maker Medtronic in a multi-billion dollar deal.
Medtronic footballers have been crowned All Ireland senior football champions for the first time after a convincing 3-15 to 1-13 win over the Cork Garda in Pearse Stadium.
An American citizen, living in Galway, and standing in the local elections, is campaigning on a platform of bringing US companies to Galway.
Medtronic footballers have qualified for the All Ireland senior interfirms football championship final for the first time when they had three points to spare over Mountjoy PO in the semi-final at the Na Fianna GAA Grounds in Dublin.
Cancers Survivors Choir Something to Sing About are the latest choral singers to sign up for Choirfactor- Galway’s own X Factor style choral competition.
JULIE FEENEY, the award winning, Athenry-born, vocalist and composer, will be among the judges at Galway’s Choirfactor competition.
Medtronic followed up their county success with an impressive 1-18 to 1-05 victory over Corrib Natural Gas to claim this year’s Connacht Interfirms Football title.
It was a big weekend for the Mayo senior football team who opened their National Football League campaign against Kildare in Newbridge. Unfortunately for James Horan’s men they came up one point short, thanks to a last gasp winner from Paddy Brophy (a man with a Newport mother). The Mayo Advertiser was there to catch all the action from the game and got the thoughts of manager James Horan and captain Andy Moran afterwards. To catch up on it all log on to http://www.advertiser.ie/mayo/section/sport
Ballina Town will be looking to pick themselves up from last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Dublin side East Wall Bessborough in the sixth round of the FAI Junior Cup when they get straight back into action this Sunday in the Connacht Cup. The Super League champions came close to matching the metropolitans last weekend, but fell short thanks to a 57th minute Daniel Ennis header. This weekend’s opponents will have a more local feel as Ballina Town have a short trip to south Mayo to take on Partry Athletic in the fourth round of the provincial cup competition.