International firm hooks Mayo company in multi-million deal

William Carr and Sons
A Killala-based company has just been acquired by Iceland Seafood International (ISI) for €6.5m. The Irish Times reported the sale of William Carr and Sons earlier today, stating that ISI plans to grow the company in the UK with a...

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Popular Mayo cafe gains Fáilte Ireland approval

Fáilte Ireland’s Covid-19 Safety Charter acts as a clear visual indicator to drive confidence among holidaymakers to take a ‘safe’ break in Ireland. As the country continues to progress along the Government’s Roadmap for reopening society and business, the intention...

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Mayo chef’s swanky restaurant turns heads on Masterchef UK

A lot of gravy has poured from the bowl since his days of honing his trade in the kitchens of...

Monday, 06/07/20 - 10:30am Read More

Call for Mayo communities to share in windfarm windfalls

wind turbine
With at least two new significant windfarm developments being planned for the North Mayo area, a local councillor has proposed...

Saturday, 27/06/20 - 4:04pm Read More

Mayo student’s grand design makes a real statement

A student from North Mayo is using his product design skills to make a political statement in relation to Ireland’s...

Sunday, 21/06/20 - 8:48am Read More

Mayo seafood firm secures major government investment

Efforts to modernise and extend a key seafood processing facility in North Mayo have received a significant boost with the...

Thursday, 11/06/20 - 3:30pm Read More

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