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Lorry jackknifes on Athlone bypass

Two separate investigations are underway after a lorry collided with a road sweeper and jackknifed, coming partially off the Athlone bypass yesterday morning.

Be seen in time this winter with Ardagh Agri Services

With the dark evenings coming and the winter fast approaching now is the time to ensure you will be seen on the road and all your lights are working, be it a winding country lane or a fast moving dual carriageway. Now is the time to make sure that you get your vehicle fully serviced and checked over by those who know what they are doing and Ardagh Agri Services, Crossmolina Road, Ballina, is just the place to make sure you are in tip top condition for the winter ahead.

Time to get set for winter with Ardagh Agri Services

With the weather turning and the long winter ahead. Being protected for whatever the winter throws at you is an essential. At Ardagh Agri Services, Crossmolina Road, Ballina the crew will have you ready to face the elements full on. They can check your tyres, oil levels, starters, alternators, batteries, and lights and beacons.

Farmers encouraged to be crime aware

During the Joint Policing Committee meeting in Westport, Superintendent Mick Murray appealed to local farmers to become crime aware this summer.

Bee Green launches environmentally-friendly drycleaning in Galway

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Bee Green Dry Cleaners officially launched its environmentally friendly brand to the Irish market on Tuesday at its Briarhill Shopping Centre branch. The Langan family were joined by Mayor of Galway City Cllr. Mike Crowe and members of the Galway business community to mark this event. Bee Green is the only 100 per cent green dry cleaners in Ireland, using biodegradable detergents which are non-allergenic, non-irritating and odour free.

Possible closure of area offices if council staff made redundant

Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan has told the Mayo Advertiser this week he is concerned that the redundancies the council is looking for could lead to the closure of council area offices.

Castlebar Town Council to spend more than €200,000 on roadworks this year

Castlebar Town Council has allocated €216,000 to be spend on the roadworks programme in the town this year. The programme was down for approval at the monthly meeting of Castlebar Town Council last week.

Mayo schools invited to participate in SciFest at AIT

Secondary school students throughout Mayo are being urged to submit their entries for SciFest at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) before the closing date of March 9.

Freezing cold snap disrupts work and play but Mayo not worst hit

The winter wonderland over most of the country was losing its gloss as the week progressed with school closurres, absent workers, transport difficulties, burst pipes, freezing homes, and long-stay interruptions to normal life making for a miserable time for many.

Should I transfer my business to a company?

In the first of a series of occasional articles on topical tax issues, Tom Donnelly, an independent, professional, tax adviser based in Castlebar, outlines the potential benefits of transferring a business to a company.


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