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Cleere thinking

I've never been to Wales. Well, technically I suppose I have in that we passed through it once on the way to the South of England on a holiday.

Local businesses sought for Sustainable Energy Awards

Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) has commenced its annual search for Ireland’s most energy efficient businesses with the launch of the Sustainable Energy Awards 2009 and is looking for the best in Westmeath in a number of categories.

Local businesses sought for Sustainable Energy Awards

Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI) has commenced its annual search for Ireland’s most energy efficient businesses with the launch of the Sustainable Energy Awards 2009 and is looking for the best in Westmeath in a number of categories.

€360,000 to be won by new businesses

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Entrepreneurs from Galway, Mayo, and Westmeath could get a huge cash boost for their business thanks to a record prize fund of €360,000 being offered by InterTradeIreland’s Seedcorn Business Competition, details of which were announced this week.

Starring role for Mayo in global ad campaign

Mayo has been highlighted in Tourism Ireland’s new global advertising campaign, Go Where Ireland Takes You, which is being rolled out in all its main markets around the world this year.

WYG Ireland short-listed for award

A Kilkenny-based company has been shortlisted for a prestigious award this week.

Influential Swedish golf journalists check Mayo facilities

A large group of influential golf writers from Sweden arrived in Mayo last week. They are all members of the important Swedish Golf Writers’ Association, here to experience at first-hand some of the fantastic golf courses on offer in counties Mayo and Sligo.

Cyclists whizzing through Mayo

Ireland’s largest amateur five-day cycling event, the Kellogg’s Tour of Ireland Cycle Challenge, will see some 150 cyclists from all over Europe and the island of Ireland blaze through Mayo on Saturday May 9 as they undertake stage 3 of the challenge.

Oui love Galway — French journalists hold board meeting

Galway received another tourism boost this week when an association of leading French journalists chose it as the venue for its annual board meeting.

Scoil Barr na Trá recognised for their outstanding commitment to spoken Irish

Students and teachers from Scoil Barr na Trá, Ballina had their very own red-carpet moment with President Mary McAleese in Croke Park as they were honoured by Foras na Gaeilge for showing the way in promoting spoken Irish in their schools and communities under the GLEO 2009 awards.

 

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