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Nicholas O Connor – a modern business steeped in history

It is 33 years ago since Nicholas O Connor bought an old Gaeltarra Éireann knitting factory in his native Lettermore; it measured 800 square feet. From small beginnings he built a major outlet providing building materials, hardware, plumbing, electrical equipment, fridges, washing machine, TVs, furniture, garden centre and a large range of other goods.

Gardai warn against purchase of stolen goods

Gardai in Athlone are warning members of the public to stay away from buying electrical goods from non-legitimate sources, following break-ins to several business premises last weekend.

Free electrical recycling with WEEE Ireland

WEEE Ireland, in association with Kilkenny County Council, is holding a free electrical recycling day on Saturday May 29.

Council to host waste minimisation workshop

Thomastown Tidy Towns Committee will hold a workshop on waste minimisation at 7.30pm on Monday December 8 in the Watergarden Tea Room.

Sustainable Energy Award for Westport Woods

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Westport Woods Hotel and Spa has been awarded a special commendation at the Sustainable Energy Awards 2008 for an energy efficiency project which it has undertaken. The award, which honours excellence in energy efficiency management, was presented by Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) at a ceremony on Thursday November 20 in Dublin. Westport Woods Hotel and Spa targeted lighting and control of electrical equipment as part of an energy efficiency project to reduce energy costs. The project achieved savings of 29.5 MWh and 17.7 tonnes of CO2. The Sustainable Energy Awards are presented to organisations from across Ireland which have demonstrated excellence in energy management in the past year.

Galway City Recycling Centre Christmas opening hours

The Galway City Council operates a recycling centre in the Liosbán Industrial Estate and over the Christmas period it will have slightly different opening hours.

Top energy saving tips for 2010

Chances are, at some time in your life, you've made a New Year's resolution - and then broken it. This year, Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) gives you seven really good reasons to resolve to make permanent changes in your energy use and therefore make big savings on your energy bill.

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