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Athenry Credit Union has responded positively to requests from the local farming community for a lower agricultural loan rate. With the Irish agriculture sector proving its dominance throughout the pandemic, many farmers have been looking to develop and future-proof their business.
Pat Murphy (35) is living proof that Slimming World is not just for Women.
Lidl has announced a deal worth €500,000 with local Galway business, The Galway Roast, to supply its network of 210 stores across the island of Ireland. The 12-month contract will see family-run The Galway Roast’s delicious hand roasted blend of Guatemalan, Brazilian, and Honduran coffee stocked exclusively on Lidl shelves from next Thursday, bringing barista quality coffee to homes in Galway and beyond.
Cherrymore Kitchens & Bedrooms is one of Ireland’s premier kitchen and wardrobe manufacturers. The company has an extensive showroom in Oranmore Business Park with more than 30 displays of kitchens and bedrooms.
After 35 years of dedicated service, Aran Islands RNLI mechanic Johnny Mulkerrin retired this week, prompting many tributes from his colleagues and friends.
Farmers must be aware of what cover their insurance policy provides, independent TD for the Roscommon-Galway constituency Michael Fitzmaurice has warned.
A decision on the proposed temporary closure for a number of months of an access road (L1811) into Islandeady village as part of the Westport to Turlough Road project - should be made next week - the April meeting of Castlebar Municipal District was told this week.
Major General Henry Tudor arrived in Galway for the weekend on April 1 1921. On Saturday morning he inspected the RIC, then made his way to Lenaboy Castle to inspect the D Company Auxiliaries.
Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan has called for more returns to be seen on the roads from the velocity patchers owned by Mayo County Council. The Ballinrobe-based councillor welcomed the news that Mayo County Council was in the process of finalising the purchase of a fourth velocity patcher for the county - but he told the April meeting of the council, 'we should be seeing more return from those machines on the road'.
With marts unable to operate as normal this year, technology is helping farmers to run their businesses while saving both time and money.