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Airport buy-in scheme still at due diligence stage

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The proposed purchase of a major equity stake in Ireland West Airport Knock is currently at its due-diligence stage. The proposed purchase of a 17.5 per cent stake in the airport by seven local authorities (Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim, Roscommon, Donegal, and Galway county council and Galway city council) for €7.3 million has received backing in principal from all the seven local authorities so far. Last week saw Sligo County Council appoint the consultants who will carry out the due diligence investigations into the proposal, which would see the airport shed its current bank debt.

World champion young basketballers in Galway

The u-12 Titans International Tournament takes place this weekend, opening tomorrow (Friday) and continuing throughout the day on Saturday.

County council to throw financial support behind airport

Mayo County Council this week agreed in principle to make a financial contribution to Ireland West Airport Knock, following a presentation by the airport’s managing director Joe Gilmore to the July meeting of the council.

Future looks bright at McCormack’s Opel

McCormack’s Opel, run by brothers John and Kevin McCormack, is going from strength to strength.

Bereavement professionals urged to attend special network meeting

A special meeting for those working with bereaved children in the west of Ireland will take place on March 5 in Sligo.

No chance for Western Rail Corridor cycle path

A Charlestown county councillor has hit back at claims he is ‘anti-jobs’ because he will not support a greenway cycle route along a section of the currently disused Western Rail Corridor.

McCormack’s Opel a cut above the rest

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Railway ambitions out of steam, say greenway campaigners

The campaign to reopen the railway track linking Claremorris to Sligo in the north and Galway and Limerick in the south has run out of steam and should give way to proposals for a greenway route along the track instead.

GMIT offers 120 free places under Springboard initiative

Galway Mayo Institute of Technology is offering 120 free part-time places on six courses as part of this year’s Springboard initiative for jobseekers announced at the weekend.

New CEO of Western Development Commission is Kiltimagh resident

Mayo resident Ray McGreal has taken up his position as chief executive officer of the Western Development Commission (WDC).

 

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