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A Mayo based employment and disability organisation has launched an ambitious project to encourage 50 Irish employers to commit to offering one job to a person with disability by April 2015.
Staff of the Kavanagh Group recently celebrated the huge feat of raising over €100,000 as a part of their Help Us Help Others campaign for the purchase of the site for new hospice facility in Castlebar. The funds were presented to the Mayo Roscommon Hospice at a special event in The Wyatt Hotel. The money was collected through the tireless efforts of the management, staff and communities of Kavanagh’s SuperValu Westport, Castlebar, Claremorris and Kiltimagh. The significant donation will fund the purchase of the site for the new hospice care facility in Castlebar.
Kavanagh’s SuperValu Castlebar has announced the opening of its newly revamped 15,000sq ft store. The store opens following a substantial investment of €500,000, helping to sustain employment of 80 staff members from the local community.
The team at O’Connor’s SuperValu in Westport is celebrating after the store won a major award.
On this day one hundred and fifty years ago, St. Joseph’s Secondary School formally opened. It represented a triumph for Dr McEvilly, Bishop of Galway, who had worked tirelessly to get the Patrician Brothers to Galway to add to the educational facilities for Catholic boys in the city. Indeed the bishop’s association with the school was such that it became known as ‘The Bish’. Others regarded it as a seminary for preparing boys for the priesthood and so it was also known colloquially as ‘The Sem’.
A win in the Conquest Connemara adventure race was the only result that would guarantee Mayo’s Padraig Marrey the overall adventure racing league winner’s title. With 10 rounds held all over the country and the who’s who of adventure racing the start line such as Peter O’Farrell, Noel Kavanagh and Adrian Hennessy on the start line, and added to the mix World Champion mountain biker Niall Davies and Irish international mountain runner James McFadden, Marrey’s chances looked very tough.
SuperValu’s local retail partners in Mayo have confirmed that SuperValu will invest €90 million in delivering price savings to Irish shoppers, reducing the price of the average weekly SuperValu shopping basket from €132 to €102, a saving of €30. The investment will consist of a significant range of price cuts right across the store on the items shoppers buy every day, increased promotions, and a half price back to school offer as part of the retailer’s Spend Less campaign.
Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has welcomed the appointment of Noel Kavanagh to the Fáilte Ireland Authority. Mr Kavanagh's term of office will run until May 27 2015.
St Patrick's drama group staged a very successful five night run of Lennox Robinson's Drama at Inish, in Scoil Phádraig, Westport.
SuperValu has launched the Irish Food Producers Awards 2010 in association with The Irish Times and Enterprise Ireland. The Irish Food Producers Awards has been created to recognise excellence, quality, and innovation within the food and beverage sector in Ireland. The overall winner will be awarded the title of the SuperValu Irish Food Producer of the Year, which recognises one supplier above all others who clearly demonstrates excellence in all aspects of his/her business.