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The longest established and most important travel trade event for the Irish tourism industry took place this week at the CityWest Hotel last week.
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A return to the festival’s river roots, an extensive, exciting children’s programme and a nod to nostalgia, are just three of the highlights awaiting visitors to Ballina for the 54th Ballina Salmon Festival.
A group of restaurants in north Mayo has come together to promote the food offering within the region, highlight the use of local ingredients, and showcase their relationships with artisan producers from the west of Ireland.
Summer is finally starting to show its face around Mayo and in Ballina the local Rejoice Gospel Choir is primed to welcome the holiday season in style with the hosting of its annual summer concert next Friday, May 20.
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First Independent Mayo last night announced that George O'Malley from Newport and Peter Jordan from Ballina would be running on a joint ticket for the political grouping. The two candidates were launched last night at an event in the Twin Trees Hotel in Ballina.
Following the success of their winter concert last January, St Muredach’s Cathedral choir are back with another evening of much loved classics on Saturday November 28 at 8pm in the Twin Trees Hotel. The programme again is an exciting mix of popular classical music, Italian opera, light jazz, Irish melodies, and favourite sacred classics, with a flavour of Christmas thrown in.
Renua Ireland Mayo will be discussing its recent pre-budget submission at a public information meeting which will be held at The Twin Trees Hotel, Ballina, at 7.30pm on Tuesday October 20. The principal speaker will be Billy Timmins, TD for Wicklow-East Carlow and Deputy Leader of Renua Ireland.
The 2015 FBD Young Farmer of the Year competition will come to a close on September 1 when the winner will be announced at a banquet in the Twin Trees Hotel in Ballina. This year, for the first time, a representative from each enterprise sector could go through from every county. Thirty-nine young farmers got through to the semi-finals and from these, six finalists will compete for the top titles. The 17th annual FBD Young Farmer of the Year competition is run by Macra na Feirme in partnership with the IFA.