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Golden Island shopping centre up for sale

The hugely successful Golden Island shopping centre in Athlone is up for sale, and is expected to sell for around €40 million, according to reports this week.

Shoppers donate almost 3,000 meals to charity

Amost 3,000 meals of surplus food from Tesco stores in Westmeath have been donated to local charities across the county since the roll-out of its FoodCloud partnership last July.

Local good causes share community fund

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Eighteen good causes across the county collected cheques from their local Tesco stores this week as part of the Tesco Community Fund initiative.

Tesco calls on Mayo community groups to get involved with Fund Initiative

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Tesco Ireland has announced the launch of an exciting initiative, Tesco Community Fund, which will see €1million donated annually to local good causes throughout Ireland. TV presenter, Kathryn Thomas, met with the store managers from Mayo recently, to support the launch of the initiative and is calling on all local good causes in Mayo to get involved. Every six weeks, each Tesco store in Mayo will donate up to €1,000 (€500 in smaller stores) between three local good causes in its local community. Customers will decide how the funding is shared by voting for their preferred cause in store. From this week on, every time customers shop in any Tesco store in Mayo, they will receive a token of goodwill to place in the donation box of the local good cause they would most like to support. Every six weeks, the number of tokens is counted and up to €1,000 is distributed proportionally between three local good causes. The more tokens a local good cause gets the larger share of the donation they will receive.

Mark Thomas - a dissenter’s challenge to the status quo

HE IS taking the British police to court over data collection; held a flash mob in Apple’s London store in protest against multi-nationals and tax avoidance; ran a pro-choice rally in Belfast; and is determined to get banned from every Tesco store.

Lidl refused permission for Horizon store

Less than two months after applying to open a second store in Mullingar, Lidl has been refused permission by Westmeath County Council.

Tesco to create one hundred new jobs in new Ballina supermarket

The elected members of Ballina Town Council on Wednesday night gave their permission for the council to dispose of 2.35 acres of land at Pearse Street/Humbert Street to Tesco for €3.43 million. The lands are located in the area where the existing Tesco store is located in the centre of the town, and it is planned that Tesco demolish the existing store and develop a whole new large store at this location. The total investment that Tesco will make in this project is estimated to be around €21 million. When completed the new store is expected to employ between 160 and 170 people, up from the 68 currently employed in the existing store. Some 300 car parking spaces both over and underground are also to be created as part of this development which will see an extra 180 to 190 car parking spaces being brought into the town centre of Ballina.

Opposition grows to proposed Tesco development on Rahoon Road

Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.

Opposition grows to proposed Tesco development on Rahoon Road

Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.

Residents ‘horrified’ at plans for new Tesco hypermarket

Residents of Highfield Park, Rahoon Road, and Old Seamus Quirke Road, say they are “shocked and dismayed” at the prospect of a three-storey high Tesco hypermarket being constructed in their area.

 

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