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Rich harvest for Galway Seaweed company

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A Co Galway based seaweed business has raised €1.4m from private investors and is on the cusp of a deal that could potentially lead to a five fold production increase through this investment . Based in Milltown, Ocean Harvest Technology was founded in 2005 by Dr. Stefan Kraan and Patrick Martin, Ocean Harvest Technology (OHT) has grown from a single headquarters in Galway, to having a strong presence in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia.

Castlebar ready to open its 'heart' this weekend

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This weekend, all roads lead to Castlebar as the Heart of Castlebar returns to the town for its fifth installment tomorrow, Saturday July 4.

Deirdre O'Kane - coming back to stand-up comedy

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DEIRDRE O'KANE is back doing stand-up comedy. After years away from the circuit, during which she returned to her original calling of acting, winning acclaim for her roles in the film Nobel and the comedy series Moone Boy, she entered 2015 with time on her hands, and an itch to put pen to paper.

SuperValu launches new Signature Tastes coffee capsules

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SuperValu has just launched its range of Signature Tastes coffee capsules for coffee lovers to enjoy in the comfort of their own home.

Dedicated group bring famous Ardizzone art home

The unveiling of eight original pencil drawings by world renowned illustrator Edward Ardizzone in Belmullet this week was a very proud moment for the dedicated local heritage group.

Frost, Nixon square off again in Town Hall

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Eight years after Peter Morgan's play Frost Nixon opened in London, next week Irish theatregoers will have their first chance to see one of the great dramatic pieces of the last decade when Cairde Mol brings the play to the Town Hall.

When Ireland voted against black babies

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OONA FRAWLEY was provoked to write her debut novel, Flight, by the atmosphere surrounding the Citizenship Referendum in 2004, which removed from Irish-born children of asylum seekers the automatic right to citizenship.

New film on the life of Christina Noble

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DEIRDRE O’KANE is one of Ireland’s most popular comedians and actors, but in the new Irish film Noble she has taken on her most important role to date.

Out of the Chi pan...

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Since 1997, Da Tang Noodle House on Middle Street had served the people of Galway with thousands of steamy bowls of comforting noodles, dumplings, and legendary spicy salad. But Da Tang hung on the shoulders of an individual and when the time came for him to retire, Da Tang retired also. Their sister business, Chi Asian Take-away, a little takeaway in Westside, took over the space in the middle of November. Chi promises healthy convenient food choices using locally sourced fresh ingredients. Chef Andy Bandara uses the highest-quality local produce to create Asian dishes from Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, China, and Vietnam. Known for good food, great flavours, and a mean nasi goreng, how does this takeaway translate into a sit-down restaurant?

Westport based banking academy has programme accredited for the UK

The International Academy of Retail Banking (IARB), whose research and content division is based in Westport, Co Mayo, has announced that its Certified International Retail Banker (CIRB) qualification has been accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute of the UK, the oldest banking educational institute in the world. The IARB opened in Westport just over one year ago and currently employs 13 people in the town. A chief executive is currently being recruited. It intends to create around 40 jobs over the next three years, with the support of IDA Ireland.

 

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