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Caring for the customer

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If you are a business owner how can you gain the competitive edge today as companies are folding and sales figures plummeting?

Former Iarnrod Eireann man to address Ballybane Enterprise Centre seminar

Local businesses looking for the fastest most cost effective way to differentiate their businesses from the competition will be interested in the September Business Seminar in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Thursday September 26.

SCCUL Mentors launch to hear from mentors and mentees on how this can save your business

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Local businesses participating in the first phase of the SCCUL Mentors programme will share their success stories at the next week’s launch event of the 2013 programme. Bank of Ireland chief economist Dan McLaughlin will be the key note speaker at the event which takes place in the Clayton Hotel on Wednesday January 30 at 6pm.

‘Bish’ to mark 150th anniversary with celebration dinner

A special celebration dinner to mark the 150th anniverary of the opening of St Joseph’s Patrician College (The Bish) will take place on Saturday October 13 at the Ardilaun Hotel, Taylors Hill.

Fr Griffin’s to build on u-16 success

Fr Griffin’s Éire Óg GAA Club is appealing to members to re-double their fundraising efforts.

Progress on moving Civic Offices to convent

At Thursday’s monthly Westport Town Council meeting, councillors were informed that it is hoped that a draft part eight will be ready for September in relation to the convent building.

Extra train services promised for Westport

Five train services departing from Westport, with one of these arriving in Dublin before 9am, will come into effect according to Mr Myles McHugh, Service Planning Manager Southern and Western with Iarnród Éireann, who addressed members of Westport Town Council on Monday evening.

‘Derailing tactics’ from Iarnród Éireann

Westport town councillors expressed their disappointment and scepticism as regards the early bird train service from Westport which will not go ahead in January but will be postponed to some time in spring.

Westport area briefs

Adams ‘deplores’ non provision of Early Bird service

Irish NGO appeals for aid and volunteers to rebuild Haiti

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Irish based international NGO Haven is calling on Galway people to volunteer to build houses for Haitian families experiencing extreme poverty. The organisation, which works to provide houses and community development schemes in the impoverished country, will hold a meeting in Galway this evening (Thursday). The group has also appealed for donations to help stricken communities following this week’s devastating earthquake in Haiti.

 

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