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Bank of Ireland is calling on all local start-ups to enter the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2015 — as the closing date for entries has been extended to Thursday, September 17 This is the second year that the Bank is sponsoring the awards which are open to start-up companies across Ireland.
This has been the week that saw McDonald’s announce the launch of an ‘artisan’ burger to be called the MacMór, which aims to use Ballymaloe Relish, Charleville Cheddar, Dawn Meats beef, and Dew Valley bacon. The idea of McDonald’s selling anything ‘artisan’ came as a surprise to many in the food world, and it seems now that the company will have to change the description to something a little less aspirational.
According to Claire Moran of the Connacht Property Auction it is now obvious among buyers and vendors that the property market and economy generally has finally shown concrete signs of improvement.
Galway WFC enjoyed a flying start to their new season on Sunday when overcoming intermediate side St Catherine’s in Dublin. The 4-0 victory ensures Galway WFC progress to the Continental Tyres FAI Womens Senior Cup quarter-finals.
A new season, but with the same goal. Connacht open their Guinness Pro 12 League with a home fixture against the Newport Gwent Dragons more prepared than previous seasons to achieve Champions Cup qualification.
GAA patrons in both Galway and Mayo have one thing in common this week: a frantic search for tickets for next Saturday and Sunday’s two sell-out games at Croke Park.
After a well-earned break the auction team at DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are this week gearing up to launch their September auctions, the penultimate event in their auction diary for 2015. Following the success of its June and July auctions, the team at the local leading agent are excited about what again looks to be an interesting mix of properties with something to interest owner occupiers, first time buyers, and investors, both residential and commercial.
The Galway minor hurlers will get proceedings under way next Sunday at Croke Park when they take on a highly-rated Tipperary in the All-Ireland minor final (1.15pm).
First match for Galway:
"When you're younger, you play enough All Irelands up against the gable end of the house. I must have played in 50 All Irelands around the side of the house already, and I won them all. "