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Fantastic home on a large site in lovely Manulla

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The Station House sits in the middle of a circa one acre site with views of Croagh Patrick and has been lovingly renovated into a spacious four-bedroom family home of 1,500 sq/ft.

Large and imposing Horseleap residence offers extensive commercial potential

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Horseleap, Horseleap House,

Castlebar Municipal District Briefs

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The February meeting of the Castlebr Muncipal District took place this week. 

Broadband works underway in Ballina

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Dara Calleary TD has received confirmation from National Broadband Ireland that fibre build works are well underway in the Ballina area.

Councillors reject proposal that would have ruled out housing on roads leading to national roads

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The elected members of Mayo County Council made a number of changes to the draft Mayo County Development Plan at a mammoth meeting that took place on Tuesday afternoon.

Naughten encourages Midlands families to ‘shop around and save money’

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has urged families to shop around for the best offers available for electricity, phone, broadband, TV and health insurance — which could save them up to €1,000 per year.

Poor broadband affecting east Mayo businesses

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A number of businesses in east mayo that are trying to expand are finding it difficult to do so, due to poor broadband in the area, the February meeting of the Claremorris-Swinford Municipal District was told this week.

Digital Business Ireland welcomes launch of National Digital Strategy

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Digital Business Ireland (DBI) has welcomed the launch of the Government's National Digital Strategy, announced by An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, this week.

Large and imposing Horseleap residence offers extensive commercial potential

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Horseleap,

Greater flexibility with employees can change the way we live and work

It is hard to believe that we are just five or six weeks short of the second anniversary of when the vast majority of the country's employees were sent home and instructed to carry out their duties from their kitchen. This was often done through poor broadband with little notice. It was done at a time when employees had to share this poor broadband with schoolchildren who had been evacuated from their classrooms and forced to learn instead at the kitchen table.

 

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