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Brendan Lydon of Nestors Supervalu Oranmore has been short-listed as a finalist for the prestigious REI – Retail Excellence Ireland “Rising Star of the Year” Award. A Mayo man and avid GAA fan, Brendan has 15 years loyal service with the Oranmore branch. He is an integral part of the Supervalu Oranmore Butcher team which include: Arthur, Cormac, Kieran, Amanda, Michael, Oliver and Gerard.
McInerneys SuperValu of Loughrea has beaten off stiff competition from hundreds of excellent Irish businesses in its bid to make the elite list of finalists The National Q Mark Awards, which are held annually by the Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA).
Westport was named Ireland's tidiest large town on Monday at the annual national TidyTowns Awards ceremony which was held in the Helix in Dublin. In total, Westport scored 322 marks, just one behind the overall winner Letterkenny. There were other award wins for Westport on the day, with Nicoal Sammon winning a Junior Community Hero award and the Edible Landscape Project in the town winning the Sustainable Development Award.
The new SuperValu store on the Ballymahon Road, Athlone, officially opened last week creating 55 new jobs in the locality.
Concannon’s Totalhealth Pharmacy, Mardyke Street, Athlone, is opening a second pharmacy in the new Athlone SuperValu development on the Ballymahon Road.
One of the key national residential property challenges in 2015 is the housing supply shortage which is particularly prevalent in the Dublin and Leinster regions and the cities of Cork, Galway, and Limerick, according to Claire Moran of The Connacht Property Auction. The housing supply shortage is putting disproportionate pressure on the residential rental market nationally, but is most prominent in the urban areas of Dublin, Cork, and Galway city and suburbs. The under-supply of new builds to meet demand is projected to continue throughout 2015 according to several reports, making now a better time for prospective purchasers to buy residential properties, according to Ms Moran.
The demand of the Mayo football faternity for tickets for tomorrow's All Ireland football semi-final replay with Dublin is gone well beyond what the county has seen ever for a game at this stage of the competition. After last week's sell-out drawn match the sold out signs went up early this week with general sale tickets being snapped up within hours.
Preparations are under way for the widely acclaimed multi-platinum and award winning singer Fr Liam Lawton who is performing in St Patrick’s Church, Ballina, on Friday August 28 at 8.30pm. The Catholic priest, working in the diocese of Kildare & Leighlin south of Dublin, is widely admired in religious and non-religious circles nationally and internationally. Some of his most famous compositions such as ’The Clouds’ Veil’ and ‘The Hiding Place’ are performed at many religious ceremonies throughout the world.
With Mayo booking their place in the All Ireland semi-final for the fifth time in a row last Saturday with a win over Donegal, all roads lead to Croke Park on Sunday August 30 for what promises to be an enthralling encounter with Dublin in the final four showdown. With ticket demand for the game expected to be at fever pitch levels, the Mayo GAA county board has announced its ticketing details for the big game.