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Councillor payments top €888,000 for 2020

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The 30 elected members of Mayo County Council were paid a total of €888,703 between them last year, it was revealed by the local authority this week.

Boost for local employment economy as Hauwei announce jobs creation

A welcome boost for the local employment economy, Chinese technology company Hauwei has announced the creation of jobs at the company’s research and development Athlone base.

Galway Auction Rooms spring sale online this weekend

Galway Auction Rooms will hold their spring sale in a live online auction of antiques, fine art, collectibles this Saturday February 6 at 11am.

St Anthony’s and Claddagh and St Jarlath’s Credit Union setting new standards for fair insurance with Peopl, Ireland’s new name in insurance

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St Anthony’s and Claddagh and St Jarlath’s Credit Union, two of the country’s most progressive Credit Unions have launched some of the country’s most eye catching insurance products in partnership with Peopl. Insurance. Fair, affordable and quality cover on Life, Home and Travel insurance are what’s on offer along with some of the most competitive policy costs in the country.

Funeral without a handshake

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Last week I lost my Dad to Covid. In talking since with my friend, Declan Varley, editor of this paper, he asked would I put some words down to relay to you readers what it is like to lose someone during these surreal times. If this piece, that I write amidst oceans of grief, helps one person to adhere to Covid restrictions more fully, and therefore potentially saves a life, that would be an enduring legacy to Dad.

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Galway Swimming Club in line for funding boost

Toyota Ireland’s innovative app ‘FaceItDown’ has vast appeal

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Toyota Ireland’s innovative, lifesaving FaceItDown app has hit the milestone of 30 million kilometres driven without mobile phone interaction.

Toyota doubles FaceItDown incentive points for December

Toyota Ireland's innovative, lifesaving FaceItDown app has hit the milestone of 30 million kilometres driven without mobile phone interaction.

Keep pedestrians safe after dark

Now winter is well and truly and the nights are drawing in, motorists need to be more aware of pedestrians and vulnerable road user.

‘To take good photos, you need to learn geography’

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SOMETIMES IT takes an outsider’s eye to see what is special about a particular place, to recognise, and discover anew, the beauty which locals take so much for granted that they hardly not notice anymore. Through such people, we see our city with new eyes.

 

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