Employee says headphones not cause of isolation
A forecourt worker told an Employment Appeals Tribunal he was isolated in the workplace but denied this was as a result of wearing headphones.
€10m settlement for crash victim
A young woman awarded €10 million in damages after suffering catastrophic injuries in a car crash over three years ago is continuing to make "remarkable progress" according to her family.
A new role for a new council
The local political landscape is about to undergo huge change if County Manager Ciaran Hayes has his way.
What now for City Hall?
Four hundred years of history comes to an end this Summer - and with the abolition of the Borough Council comes the question - what now for City Hall?
Keeping your operation on the right track
Last week, I went to North Sligo to meet with a community group that are part of Benbulben FC's Operation Transformation.
Code of silence for protesters
Organisers of street demonstrations in Sligo are in for a shock – they'll have to protest in silence in future to avoid being fined!
Last Mayor's Ball a super success
The end of an era. The last Mayor's Ball was held in the Sligo Park hotel on Saturday evening.
Pilot scheme for labelling menus
Calorie counting on menus is not the solution to healthy eating, according to the heart charity Croí.
Calls to Varadkar to prioritise the introduction of changes to existing load height regulations
A call has gone out from Sligo for Minister Leo Varadkar to prioritise the introduction of changes to existing load height regulations
Voya head to Trinity for national finals
SLIGO company VOYA is a finalist in the Small Firms Association Business Awards.