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Tánaiste to address Galway public meeting on Brexit

Simon Coveney, the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, will be in Galway next week to address a public meeting on Brexit and the upcoming trade talks between the UK and EU.

McDonoghs launch new Bathroom Studio and revamped Stanley Centre

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One of the most often mentioned truths in business is that to survive and thrive you must adapt and evolve. The rate and direction of change is often driven by changes in the economic and social environment, and for more than 150 years the McDonogh business in Galway has been successful in adapting its business model to suit the customer needs of the day.

For top quality garden machinery, go to JW Tools

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Those who are lucky enough to have a garden know it is a little sanctuary from the stresses and strains of the outside world. Keeping our gardens neat during the autumn and winter months means we can enjoy them to the fullest when spring and summer arrive once again. But in order to give our gardens the best TLC treatment during these harsher months the best in garden machinery must be used.

Scam targeting owners of Ford Transit vans

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Gardai in Granard, Co Longford, are investigating an organised crime gang involved in the international sale and distribution of stolen machinery and vehicle engines and parts. They are specifically alerting owners of Ford Transit vans.

Site investigation work set to start at Ballinrobe Town Hall

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The campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall enters a new phase with site investigation work set to take place at the site.

7,300 people work in industry in Mayo

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The Western Development Commission (WDC) has published a new report analysing employment data for Industry in the Western Region. Industry includes mining, utilities and waste management but by far the largest element is manufacturing.

€500,000 fine after fatal accident at Mayo quarry

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On Wednesday at Castlebar Circuit Court, Judge Rory McCabe imposed a fine of €500,000 on Harrington Concrete and Quarries ULC for three separate breaches of health and safety legislation.

Westmeath County Council truly committed to building communities

Westmeath County Council, in advancing its plans to build 497 new housing units by the end of 2021, is focusing on the construction of small to medium sized developments.

Essential machinery upgrade funded at Athlone Golf Club

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Funding under the Sports Capital Programme has enable the purchase of a special rough mower at Athlone Golf Club.

Host families for international students

Since 1976, families across Ireland have been welcoming international students from the Midland Language Centre


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