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Two Mayo take-aways were ordered to close last month

Two food businesses in Mayo were forced to close during October after closure orders were issued by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI). The two food outlets — Phoenix Garden Chinese, Bridge Street, Westport and Mr Kebab, Dalton Street, Claremorris — were served closure orders by environmental health officers; Mr Kebab for breaches in food safety legislation, pursuant to the FSAI Act, 1998 and Phoenix Garden for breaches of the EC (Official Control of Foodstuffs) Regulations, 2010.

Kilkenny seeks to improve Tidy Towns record

Not content with a fourth place finish in this year’s Tidy Towns competition, Kilkenny Borough Council has vowed to pull out all the stops to secure the coveted top spot next year.

Central Park offers new management training programme

The Central Park Group has launched an ambitious and progressive expansion programme among its bars and food outlets. Central Park has started a new trainee management programme which it will run as part of its ongoing employee development.

Connolly slams HSE decision to scrap lunches at psychiatric day hospital as ‘most miserly’ cut’

A former mayor and city councillor has described as “deplorable” and “scandalous” the HSE West’s decision to stop providing lunches to clients attending a day psychiatric hospital on the outskirts of the city.

HSE’s decision on sandwiches for day hospital clients is lashed

A former mayor and city councillor has slammed the HSE’s decision not to provide clients attending a day psychiatric hospital on the outskirts of the city with sandwiches to accompany their soup.

The Prince of Wales Hotel names new head chef

The Prince of Wales Hotel is delighted to announce Paul Devoy as its new head chef for the venue and he is set to bring culinary creativity to its menus throughout the hotel and the Prince Bar.

 

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