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With tens of thousands of holidaymakers and racing fans flocking to the west from this weekend, he HSE has asked people to exercise caution with local Covid-19 figures having trebled in the last week.
What can you buy for €250,000 or less in Mayo
Mayo weighted blanket company, Kocoono, has announced its decision to use Northern Ireland as a base to meet growing UK demand.
A quick catch up on what's been going on around the county
The persistent presence of Covid-19 did not deter one young local entrepreneur from devising an initiative to raise funds for the construction of a new footpath in proximity to his residence.
Kylemore Abbey has launched a free schools history workbook, Imagine a Castle for primary schools. Available as a colourful bi-lingual (English and Irish) workbook or as an online flip-book with accompanying online resources, Imagine a Castle is a wonderful new history resource for 5th and 6th class primary school students launched by Kylemore ahead of re-opening this May.
Saturday afternoon is going to be a busy day on the inter-county scene, with the Mayo senior footballers getting their league campaign up and running, and the senior hurlers taking on Roscommon in their second league game.
The jobs and cultural agency Údarás na Gaeltachta created Ireland’s biggest remote working network during the lifespan of its recent three-year strategy, adding 1,609 new jobs in the Gaeltacht areas in that time, its CEO has announced.
NUI Galway’s AMBA and AACSB accredited MBA programme, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year, will host a virtual MBA open evening on April 21 at 6pm. The open evening is a great opportunity to learn about the programme and to meet MBA faculty, students, and graduates.
In his interesting biography of Éamon de Valera,* Diarmuid Ferriter wrote that in December 2000 gardaí seized 24 love letters from de Valera to his young wife Sinéad, which were being advertised for auction by Mealy’s of Castlecomer. It was believed that the letters were stolen in the mid 1970s from the de Valera family home. The owners who had bought them in the UK some years previously in an effort to ensure their return to Ireland, were unaware that they were stolen.