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InterTradeIreland is holding a two-day workshop in the Harlequin Hotel in Castlebar on April 13 and 27 to help local companies compete for Government contracts across the island.
Ulster Bank will host a free evening event in the Galway Museum, Galway, from 6.00pm to 8.00pm on Wednesday, 10th November 10 to help people who have recently set up or are considering starting up their own business.
Ulster Bank will host a free evening event in the Olive Grove, Athlone, from 6pm to 8pm on Monday November 1 to help people who have recently set up or are considering starting up their own business. The Start Up Live events tour, run in association with smallbusinesscan.com, will allow the next generation of Midland businesses to come together to share their hopes, fears, concerns, and aspirations and trade expert advice on how to build and sustain a successful company.
A lecture series entitled Integrity in Society will be run by Croi Nua over the coming weeks, and will feature voices such as Nuala O’Loan, Fr Peter McVerry, and Abbot Patrick Mark Hederman.
This Sunday at 3.30pm Nowlan Park is the place to be when O’Loughlin Gaels and Carrickshock will contest the highly anticipated senior county final and set out to win the Tom Walsh Cup. This exciting showdown comes from two exciting and nailbiting semi-finals. O’Loughlin’s joint manager Mick Nolan is excited about this Sunday’s showdown. “We can’t wait now, we’re really looking forward to it,” he said. “We’ve put in all the hard work to get here and now we’re just ready.” As for the opposition, Mr Nolan has plenty of respect for them. “They are powered by five county men and have a fine side, however we have our stars too and it should make for a very good and enjoyable final.” Having suffered injuries earlier in the year O’Loughlin’s are back on track. “We are now injury free and have Martin [Comerford] and Brian [Hogan] back to full strength and we are just ready for battle.”
Explosive folk/bluegrass outfit Southern Tenant Folk Union brings its own unique brand of music to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday September 1 at 8pm. Taking its name from a multi-racial union of sharecroppers and tenant farmers founded in Arkansas in the 1930s, Southern Tenant Folk Union delivers a heady brew of old-time, bluegrass, gospel and Celtic folk music. The band comprises the formidable talents of Adam Bulley (mandolin/guitar/dobro/vocals); Silas Child (double bass/vocals); Ben Ivitsky (fiddle/vocals); Ewan Macintyre (guitar/percussion/vocals); Chris Purcell (guitar/vocals); Jed Milroy (guitar/vocals); and Pat McGarvey (banjo/guitar/vocals). Southern Tenant Folk Union’s third album, The New Farming Scene, has just been released.
A Cuffesgrange-based marine services company has installed a new, state-of-the-art, marina incorporating floating breakwater pontoons - in Ireland's oldest yacht club, the Royal St George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.
An employee of Galway-based MarCon Computations International Ltd has received the Mary Breslin Award after successfully developing new software which will help to target new markets in the aquaculture/mariculture industry and the fisheries agencies.
Galway-based company MarCon Computations International Ltd has developed new software enabling the company to target new markets in the aquaculture/mariculture industry and the fisheries agencies, by participating in InterTradeIreland’s FUSION programme.
Tonight (Friday 27 February) will see The Three Tenors perform in the Backstage Theatre, Longford.