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Eircom have admitted that it needs to replace nearly a kilometre of faulty cable in Forest Park Industrial Estate in the town. The fault left several businesses including an award winning, high-tech business without internet access. And according to one business owner eircom’s inability to provide reliable high speed broadband is threating the survival of their company. Robotics & Drives had signed up for O2 broadband, which uses eircom lines, and it was only after serious internet problems that the real issue came to light.
Breaffy House Resort, located just outside Castlebar on 90 acres of parkland, comprising Breaffy House Hotel, Breaffy Woods Hotel, a fully equipped sports and conference arena plus an award-winning leisure centre and spa, continues to strengthen its position as one of Mayo’s leading wedding venues and family friendly hotels.
The annual BPW summer lunch which took place in the Ardilaun Hotel last Friday, and was kindly sponsored by RDJ Glynn, certainly was a unique occasion as BPW Galway celebrated 25 years since being founded in Galway by Breda Ryan and her committee, and has gone from strength to strength since then. On that morning Breda and John Ryan unveiled a plaque to commemorate the establishment of the club.
O2 and Headstrong, the National Centre For Youth Mental Health, this week launched a social campaign that will see O2 donate €200,000 to support youth mental health. Entitled Share a Happy Thought and part of the wider Think Big programme, the campaign is calling on Westmeath to share a happy thought on o2thinkbig.ie, Twitter, or Facebook and O2 will donate €1 to Think Big for every happy thought shared.
O2 Ballina — now trading for over a year — is launching its SME and business packages. Designed to cater for all types of business from sole traders to SMEs, it offers business a landline, mobile, and broadband package all on one bill, with packages starting from €49.99 per month.
One million Irish homes are to be asked to join “Just 2 Will Do” — Ireland’s biggest ever fundraising drive.
A local medical technology company walked away with an O2 Ability Award in the “Retention and Wellbeing” category at a ceremony in Dublin recently.
To celebrate Ireland’s Grand Slam victory and to thank Westmeath rugby fans for signing up to the ‘Be the Difference’ campaign, O2 is giving them the chance to get their hands on the coveted 6 Nations and Triple Crown silverware and have their photo taken.
Ballina Minister of State for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary will officially open the new O2 store on Pearse Street, Ballina tomorrow (Saturday).