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Locals saddened as herons killed in Belleek Woods

There have been strong calls to designate scenic Belleek Woods on the banks of the River Moy in Ballina a wildlife sanctuary after a number of young herons were killed this week during tree felling by Coillte.

Locals saddened as herons killed in Belleek Woods

There have been strong calls to designate scenic Belleek Woods on the banks of the River Moy in Ballina a wildlife sanctuary after a number of young herons were killed this week during tree felling by Coillte.

Turloughmore hit 3-13 past champions

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The big surprise last weekend in the Cooper Hurling Championship came in Kenny Park with Turloughmore’s impressive and well-deserved 3-13 to 1-11 victory over All-Ireland champions Clarinbridge.

Athlone businesses share war stories at Start Up Live roadshow

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The Start Up Live roadshow came to Athlone this week. Held in the Olive Grove Restaurant, the evening brought together 100 local business people who debated at length the challenges facing their business from selling to hiring great staff to competing for finance. The free event was held by Ulster Bank, in association with smallbusinesscan.com, to help people who have recently set up or are considering starting up their own business.

Business event aims to help new start-ups

Ulster Bank will host a free evening event in the Olive Grove, Athlone, from 6pm to 8pm on Monday November 1 to help people who have recently set up or are considering starting up their own business. The Start Up Live events tour, run in association with smallbusinesscan.com, will allow the next generation of Midland businesses to come together to share their hopes, fears, concerns, and aspirations and trade expert advice on how to build and sustain a successful company.

Cashel well beaten by Mullagh

Mullagh had an impressive 1-17 to 1-8 win over Castlegar in Loughrea on Saturday. Cashel had won their first two games, but they can have no complaints with this result as they played second fiddle to the Mullagh men in the final quarter of the game as the East Galway men hit 1-06 on the trot.

Beagh next up for Portumna

Portumna did not take long to get back into the winning groove in the county hurling championship last weekend when they defeated Clarinbridge by 0-18 to 0-10.

 

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