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Convicting illegal dumpers a priority of Mayo County Council

The issue of what happens once illegal dumping is reported to the council raised its head at this week’s monthly meeting of the Castlebar electoral area committee. Fine Gael Councillor Henry Kenny brought up the issue asking: “I have reported illegal dumping myself on a number of occasions, I’d just like to know what the follow up is on this dumping, do they come along and remove the materials that are dumped and what do they do after to investigate who is doing the dumping?” Cllr Kenny’s enquiry was backed up by Labour party Cllr Johnny Mee who told the meeting, “I agree with Cllr Kenny, there is an ongoing problem in this area where rubbish is just being dumped by people in the town. It’s a sad sight and it’s an appalling behaviour that has to be clamped down on by the council and the public in general.”

Star Taxis - for unbeatable discounts

For the month of February Star Taxis are going all out and offering an unbelievable book one get one free offer. If you book a taxi during the month of February between the hours of 6am and 6pm from a location in Castlebar to the town centre you will be given, upon request, a return for free discount card which can be used between 6am and 6pm on the same day only. Star Taxis advises all customers to ask the driver for their card. They will be continuing with amazing special offers throughout the year which will also include specials for night time customers. Star Taxis reminds customers that all local runs are €5 regardless of passenger numbers during the day. They say they won’t be beaten on price.

Customers rewarded with Corrib Rewards

Corrib Oil’s loyalty programme, which was launched last November, rewards customers who can redeem their points at any time, so you save while you shop!

Third level fees leave potential students anxious

There is a lot of conversation among young and older people at present regarding the re-introduction of college fees for students and it is clear that young people are extremely concerned about their futures.

Westmeath house prices drop by a quarter

Westmeath house prices have fallen by a quarter since their peak in 2007, according to the latest figures from property website Daft.ie.

Price reductions and web proves winning formula for Mordaunt group

A fresh approach to the pricing of used cars together with the use of the internet have proven to be the secret weapon used by the Mordaunt Group in its attempt to fight off a slowing car market.

Bellissimo to launch loyalty card to reward customers

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Bellissimo hair and beauty salon will shortly launch a new loyalty club which will reward members with special discounts and promotions each month.

Are markets too expensive?

As most readers will know, I am an avid supporter of local markets and indeed I shop regularly at them in Galway city, Oranmore, Clarinbridge, Moycullen, and anywhere else I see them up and down the country. However I have had many comments from readers and friends that the produce is often very expensive. Traditionally most people go to a market and expect some sort of deal or bargain — I’m mainly thinking of clothing, etc, however, I think the same mindset is true with many people where food markets are concerned.

Heaven forbid the Government let us rejoice in our achievements

Just think, in a couple of weeks your little darlings will be packing their bags and heading off into the big, bad, scary world of third level education.

Hike in student registration fees a real danger warn SU and McNelis

Third level fees might not be about to be reintroduced but that does not mean there will not be a hike in registration fees, which will make education more highly expensive than it already is.

 

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