5/28/2005 Stalker caught wind of a potential promotional campaign targeting the GB market, potenitally emanating from august offices in the South.
5/28/2005 Congratulations to Phillipa and Paddy McShane on the birth of their baby son Conor.
5/28/2005 Stalker caught an economics item on the BBC 1 o'clock news about Sainsbury's attempt to fight back against the Tesco phenomenon and its attempts to recover from a profits slump.
WE'LL MEET AGAIN
5/28/2005 Reen man Patrick McArdle was pleasantly surprised to run into a friend of old during the month of May.
5/28/2005 The two Progress Mushroom Supplies reps out on the road – Martin and Kevin, have been spotted in many parts of the country lately.
ON THE LOOK-OUT
5/28/2005 Stalker recently spotted the man to know in poultry manure, Robert Potts, eyeing up some new wheels.
ANOTHER SEVEN UP
5/28/2005 Word is that Down grower Patrick Murphy is erecting another seven houses at his mushroom farm in Mayobridge.
2 FOR PHASE 3
5/28/2005 CMC man Stephen McKew was apparently away to the USA on hols in the month of May. Stephen was recharging his batteries in order to keep himself vitalised for the summer season
PLAY FOR TODAY
5/21/2005 ON Wednesday May 19th, BBC N.Ireland's Newsline programme previewed a new play set on a Tyrone mushroom farm.
5/21/2005 Stalker was amused by some mushroom news items emanating from the US this month. The first item that caught the eye was about the benefits of mushroom hunting as a new form of exercise:
5/21/2005 Reports from the field are indicating that cobweb is causing a headache for some growers again.
5/21/2005 Congratulations to Amycel's Eilín Connolly on the birth of her second son. Baby Caolan was very propitiously born on Thursday May 12th.
5/5/2005 The notes for April can be found in issue archive.