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Fair trade begins at home - farmers protest against supermarket power

Members of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) in Mayo turned out in force last Saturday to demonstrate against supermarket power and the impact it is having on farming businesses. Leaflets outlining the main concerns of farmers were distributed to consumers outside the Tesco store in Claremorris.

They seek him here, they seek him there — the elusive Scarlet Pimpernel jailed for eight months

A man who purchased €700 worth of jewellery with a cheque that later bounced and who was virtually untraceable over four years while gardai attempted to execute a bench warrent has been jailed for eight months.

Kenny’s Bookshop & Art Gallery to hold major auction

Kenny’s Bookshop & Art Gallery, in association with auction house Mullen’s, Laurel Park, is to hold an auction of fine art and furniture this weekend.

Learn how to trade confidently and competently on the stock market

Throughout Ireland, emerging stock market entrepreneurs are now creating their own wealth on the stock markets by using a wholly owned Irish company called Learn About Shares. The company’s unique programme package is designed for the complete beginner to the advanced trader on how to trade confidently and competently on the stock markets.

Westport Boots workers to strike against cuts

Mandate Trade Union has served notice of industrial action on Boots stores which will see workers placing pickets at their Westport store on Saturday November 28.

Ballina man terrorised another into withdrawing cash from ATMs

An 18-year-old man who stole a mobile phone and then made the injured party withdraw €700 from various ATMs in order get the phone back, was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sentenced to St Patrick’s Institution for theft. The Ballina man was also jailed for using counterfeit notes.

Dolans to sell 300 works of art this weekend

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Dolan’s art auctions has a very interesting auction of almost 300 works of art this Sunday November 22, in the Marriott Hotel.

ITAG explains the evolving role of your IT manager

The IT Association of Galway (ITAG) in association with IBM is holding a breakfast event in the Clayton Hotel to discuss the evolving role of the IT manager.

Network Mayo’s sales, PR and marketing event

Network Mayo will hold their final event of the year on Tuesday November 24 with the focus on sales, PR and marketing.

Money Doctor to advise on personal finances

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It's not about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain — such is the advce given by John Lowe, financial advisor and author, who will share his wisdom on how to survive the recession by taking simple steps to transform personal finances on Wednesday December 2 at 7.00pm at the Radisson Hotel, Galway.

 

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