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Clare Island joined the speedy end of the broadband world recently with a brand new wireless network built to provide high speed Internet access to residents. Local Mayo broadband company WestNet built the network which covers the harbour area and the Eastern side of the Island...
It's three years since the RTE TV series "Living the Wildlife" came on television for the very first time. It's become part of the furniture now, with Westport-based Colin Stafford Johnson popping up on our TV screens every Tuesday evening...
Kilmeena GAA Under 8s are looking spruce this weather in their brand new jerseys sponsored by local broadbrand company WestNet.
The only way is up for Mayo broadband company WestNet who have just connected their 2,500th customer. The target-hitting customer was Mountain View Securities, a construction business which needed a broadband connection quickly at their development site in Belcarra. It is quite literally, fast internet access in the middle of a field.
NOW is the time to invest, to keep our towns attractive and to provide additional facilities and amenities so that businesses will want to invest, community activists in Kiltimagh have been told.
CONGRATULATIONS to Patricia Burke and her son Ben, from Belgarrow in Foxford, who were the lucky winner of a brand new laptop computer from Mayo internet service provider WestNet at the recent MWR Expose at the Ramada Hotel, Ballina.
At the Westnet (Broadband) staff Christmas party at Smokie in the TF Royal Hotel and Theatre and Event Centre.
Westport, Balla and Castlebar are the first towns within our network to benefit from the new WiMAX technology.
WestNet have recently stretched the northern boundaries of our Network, as we have added access points in Kilfine and Attymass that cover a huge area.