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Hospitality spend up again

The AIB Spend Trend features one of the most comprehensive and accurate data sets on consumer spending in Ireland. Data was compiled from AIB debit and credit card spending from just under 55 million transactions between August 1 and 31. To account for the difference in the number of days in each month the AIB Spend Trend looks at average daily spend instead of total monthly spend, providing an accurate reflection of consumer spending habits.

RnaG broadcaster Seán Ó hÉanaigh retires from his boyhood dream job

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Radio and its crackling valves and sounds coming over the hills and into our homes wowed many of us — it brought strange worlds into focus and painted the best pictures of all. One of those who was seduced by the wavelengths as a youngster has hung up his microphone this week. RTÉ RnaG broadcaster, musician and songwriter Seán Ó hÉanaigh retired from his work with the station yesterday (Wednesday) after 28 years. Seán was appointed Managing Editor of Programmes in 2000, and is particularly associated with music and music programming at the national Gaeltacht station.

Vital ‘Know the Signs of Suicide’ initiative a Pieta focus this month

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Pieta, the suicide prevention charity, is focussing a spotlight on the ‘Know the Signs of Suicide’ initiative during the month of September.

Local Slimming World face-to-face meetings to imminently return

A weight has been lifted for slimmers from Athlone and Ballinasloe as Slimming World consultants plan a return to face-to-face meetings in various local venues similar to pre-pandemic times.

Football fans asked to 'play it safe' on the roads this weekend

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With the largest number of Mayo supporters in a long time making the trip to Dublin on Saturday for the All Ireland football semi-final double header for the men's and women's teams from Mayo, Mayo County Council have asked those travelling to the game to 'play it safe' on the road.

The extraordinary Fr Peter Daly walks on to the Galway Stage

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In the early decades of the 19th century fortunes were made in giving hundreds of thousands of emigrants safe passage to America. As the decades slipped by the numbers grew into millions. Liverpool had the main transatlantic business for these two islands, but Galway, situated some 300 miles closer to America, and with the onset of powerful steam-driven ships, believed that a better and quicker service could be provided.

Croí special event for the Erris community: Minding your Heart Health

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Croí, the Heart & Stroke Charity, is delighted to announce a special online event for the Erris community in North Mayo focussing on “Minding your Heart Health”.

Old Head thrives but Keel falls short in coastal litter survey

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While the majority of our beaches and harbours are falling short of clean status, Old Head in Mayo is ‘clean to European norms’. That’s according to a nationwide litter survey by business group Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL).

Monthly record number of swabs taken at HSE Covid-19 testing centres


Galway farmers warned of need to protect farm business data

Ifac, Ireland’s farming, food and agribusiness specialist professional services firm, is reminding Galway farmers to protect their farm data. Almost 80% of farmers surveyed by Ifac for its 2021 Irish Farm Report now use technology in their business every day. While this brings advantages in terms of streamlining processes, saving time and boosting productivity, it also introduces digital and cyber risks that farmers need to understand and manage, with financial losses and the leaking of confidential data being two of the major worries.


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