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Elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District are to consider a new report at their monthly meeting on Monday from a senior executive officer of Mayo County Council on the Kiltimagh playground issue.
Ireland’s biggest coffee morning takes place on Thursday September 18, and the Galway Hospice is asking Galwegians to “have a cuppa” in support of their local hospice.
GALWAY Hospice will hold its ninth annual Galway Memorial Walk on Sunday September 14.
MOCC (Mayo Open Coffee Club) is a business network run by businesspeople for businesspeople and returns to the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar on Wednesday next.
A site in Knocknacarra is being sought for a new 16-classroom primary school with construction planned for early next year.
There will soon be a “remarkable” new beginning for Presentation College Athenry who received long-awaited news this week that it will finally have a brand new school building within the next three years.
Athenry’s vocational school, Gairmscoil Mhuire, and the Co Galway VEC have been given a devolved grant to built a 1,000 pupil school in the town.
O’Connor’s Bakery was established in Ennis in 1961 by Pat and Mary O’Connor. Pat was a pastry chef in Shannon Airport at the time and both he and Mary trained as confectioners in a small coffee shop/bakery in Kilkee. For the first few years Pat commenced working in the bakery at 3am, left for work in Shannon at 7am and then did a few more hours in the bakery when he came home at 6pm.
A new four-classroom school for Brackloon in Westport has just been approved, according to Beverley Flynn, TD.
Smithwicks ale which has been brewed for 300 years at St Francis Abbey Brewery in Kilkenny city, has consistently increased sales over the past 15 months despite the downturn in the economy.