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Tesco to proceed with plans to expand and upgrade its Ballina store

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Tesco Ireland is to finally proceed with plans to expand and upgrade its Ballina store, according to Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary, who was relayed the news in correspondence from the company's chief operating officer this week.

All new Kia XCeed is a stylish modern day urban crossover

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The XCeed is a new urban crossover utility vehicle (CUV) from Kia Motors which it says combines compact SUV practicality with the sporty packaging and promises engaging handling of a hatchback.

Digital platform Her.ie to transform Galway Races Best Dressed Ladies event

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Galway Races announced Last evening (Wednesday) that Ireland’s leading digital destination for women, Her.ie will be taking the reins as title sponsor of the 2019 Best Dressed Ladies Competition 2019 on Thursday, August 1. This exciting new sponsorship is part of a three-year deal and marks the 150th anniversary of the iconic summer festival.

Athlone native on the crest of a working wave across the ocean

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Overseas nurses being sought to work in local public hospitals

Management at UHG and Merlin Park hospitals plan to spearhead an international recruitment drive for nurses.

People who have children through surrogacy should be eligible for maternity leave, says HSE forum member

A member of the HSE West’s regional health forum says it is wrong that HSE employees who have a child through surrogacy are not eligible for statutory maternity leave.

Health forum hears concerns that Prime Time consultant not confronted

Management at University Hospital declined to say this week if the unidentified hospital consultant - referred to in a Prime Time telelevision programme which highlighted that the person was working far fewer hours than contracted for in the public system - had been held accountable.

High powered charging network for longer range travel

A new pan-European high-power charging network is on the way. Using a common plug technology, it will offer electric car drivers better e-mobility for longer distance travel.

Spirit of Change kicks off Mayo Ideas Week this evening 

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Mayo Ideas Week kicks off today (Monday, September 25), with the Spirit of Change seminar at GMIT. Chaired by Tommy Marren from Midwest Radio, this is a ‘must’ event for every entrepreneur in Mayo. Spirit of Change will explore the challenges and opportunities arising across the changing international, political, social, and business environments. Inspirational speakers will outline their vision for the future and their strategies for managing change.

Local public hospitals owed €23m

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University and Merlin Park hospitals are owed more than €23 million from private health insurers. And most hospital consultants are offenders and are costing the health authority millions by failing to sign off on these claims, according to one local politician.

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