Top Mayo company achieves major national distinction

Leading Mayo safety clothing and personal protective equipment manufacturers, Portwest, has been crowned Exporter of the Year 2018 at the prestigious Export Industry Awards. This is the premier event recognising achievements of companies working in the export industry in Ireland. Comedian Mario Rosenstock was MC at the black tie event attended by 600 export industry […]

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Welcome to week 2 of #MayoLife and what Makes Mayo.  Here is a small selection of pictures and videos that has been send over to us the last few days WEEK 2 Date: 19th of November By: Bridin Ní Cheallaigh Date: 19th of November Location: Westport By: Ciara Brennan  Date: 19th of November Location: Lough […]

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Potential jobs boost for Castlebar, as acquisition of CloudStrong by Dublin company Arkphire is announced

Mayo County Council welcomes the announcement of the acquisition of CloudStrong, the Castlebar based specialist cloud solution provider, by consulting and managed-services firm Arkphire. Founded in 2011, CloudStrong currently employs 12 people in Castlebar and provides cloud consultancy services and solutions to the small and medium sized enterprise market. Speaking of this new development in […]

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National success for four Mayo Londis stores

Casey’s Londis, Ballina, has been named as the Off-Licence Store of the Year at the annual Londis Retailing Awards 2018. Londis retailers from every corner of the country descended on the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone in Co Westmeath for the prestigious annual 2018 Londis Retailing Awards. The Londis Retailing Awards have been running for over 20 […]

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Allergan expansion set to double Irish workforce

ALLERGAN Chief Executive, Brent Saunders, has confirmed the company plans to significantly expand its Irish operations with the manufacture of more toxins at its Westport plant where it presently manufactures Botox. In an in-depth interview with Simon Carswell in The Irish Times last week, the 48-year-old American predicted a doubling of the Irish workforce – presently numbered […]

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Irish Water’s new €9 million wastewater treatment plant in Belmullet to serve 2,500 people and ensure capacity for economic and population growth

Irish Water working in partnership with Mayo County Council today officially opened the new wastewater treatment plant in Belmullet, Co Mayo. Irish Water, Ireland’s national water utility responsible for providing and developing water and wastewater services throughout Ireland, has completed a €9 million wastewater treatment plant in Belmullet which will benefit over 1,000 local people and […]

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