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Training, team-mates and the future

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They battled together for Mayo during the 1990s and tasted defeat in All Ireland finals together, Kevin Cahill and John Casey were two of the major men in John Maughan’s first great Mayo team that reached two All Ireland finals in a row in 1996 and 1997, with Kevin missing out on the second final through injury. Earlier this week they met up with this writer to shoot the breeze about their own memories from those days, some fit to print, plenty of others that we were probably better off not printing, and to cast their eye over this year’s Mayo team and their former team-mate whose now the man in the manager’s T-shirt and what they hope to see in the final

Printing with confidence at A&T printing

A&T printing can provide the solutions to all your printing needs, with offices in Athenry and Galway they provide a complete service to all their customers.

Local companies collaborate on smart food packaging

Two local companies, Athlone-based Georgia Tech Ireland and System Label, based in Roscommon, are working together to develop smart packaging for the food industry.

Castlebar Town Council to fund book on history of the council

Castlebar Town Council has given its backing to fund a book on the history of the council that is being compiled by former councillor Noel Campbell. At the March meeting of the council Mr Campbell gave the members a brief presentation on the research work he has carried out so far, which will go back as far as 1750. Campbell’s presentation gave the background to the town getting its first charter and the different types of local government that were in operation over the past 400 years in the town, and how it was used for different purposes by those in power at different times.

Castlebar Town Council to fund book on history of the council

Castlebar Town Council has given its backing to fund a book on the history of the council that is being compiled by former councillor Noel Campbell. At the March meeting of the council Mr Campbell gave the members a brief presentation on the research work he has carried out so far, which will go back as far as 1750. Campbell’s presentation gave the background to the town getting its first charter and the different types of local government that were in operation over the past 400 years in the town, and how it was used for different purposes by those in power at different times.

Polling stations to move as AIT deemed too cumbersome and expensive

The returning officer for the Westmeath electorial area is proposing some changes to the electorial register, by reducing the number of polling stations from 115 to approximately 104. According to returning office Elizabeth Sharkey “The reducing of the number of polling stations will result in the saving of monies spent by the Exchequer in the employment of poll staff, reducing the number by 22 from 230 to 208.”

Evening classes at Westport College of Further Education

Westport College of Further Education is providing a range of night classes for the the spring programme. There are lots of surprises in store with courses catering for popular demand.

MeetWest 2012 a major networking success

MeetWest 2012, which took place in the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 20-21, was a huge success.

Kinetic helps sheds light on new Rape Crisis Centre campaign

A powerful new campaign is being launched by the Rape Crisis Centre in Galway.

Through the glass darkly

Back in 1997, when the Internet was beginning to change our lives in ways we never could have guessed, the media-savvy John Paul II decided this new invention needed a patron saint. For the honour, he chose Saint Isidore of Seville (560-636), a Doctor of the Church, and the last of those formidable scholars who salvaged what they could of the culture of the dying Roman Empire.

 

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