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The Government needs to impose the proposed local development charge rebate scheme on a nationwide basis in order to ease the current housing supply crisis, according to the Real Estate Alliance (REA).
Euro NCAP has just released their seventh batch of results of the year including 15 cars from a range of categories, and with a mixed bag of results. Of the 15 cars, 11 achieved five stars, two got four stars, one was awarded three stars, and another only two stars.
Naughton's Car Sales is a family-run business, established in 1958, and located on the old Ballinasloe to Athlone road (N6/R446) at Ballydangan. Specialising in new and used car sales, they pride themselves on looking after their customer needs, and always aim to meet their requirements.
An IrishJobs.ie survey of more than 2,500 people, both workers and jobseekers, has forecasted how Ireland will look in 10 years time, revealing great optimism and clear views on work, life, and much more.
Athlone start-ups are encouraged to enter their business for the 2016 AIB Start-up Academy, a competition which offers a prize package valued at €250,000, including a €20,000 cash investment for the overall winner.
See the full range of quality Irish manufactured suites, where all the suites can be made to order, at An Siopa Troscan in Moycullen. The full range of styles covers everything from contemporary to traditional.
Cnoc Suain cultural retreat, which is located near An Spidéal in Connemara, has been shortlisted for a prestigious world award in Cultural Heritage. The World Responsible Tourism Award (WRTA) is presented to a ‘tourism attraction or experience that is designed to protect and promote the heritage of a community.’ Cnoc Suain founders and owners Dearbhaill Standún and Charlie Troy, offer cultural day experiences, events, and residential programmes for organised groups.
The recent success of EssentialSkillz in world markets was recognised by Deloitte in their Technology Fast 50 Awards for 2015. The awards, according to Deloitte, demonstrate the strength of the indigenous technology sector in Ireland. Cumulatively, the 2015 Fast 50 winners generated approximately €480 million in total annual revenues in 2014. The average revenue of companies featuring on the ranking was €9.5 million, while the average growth rate of the companies over the last four years was 540%.
Shannon Airport has enjoyed another month of passenger throughput in November, with four per cent more passengers using the airport compared to the same month last year, enabling it break the 100,000 mark for the month.
Communications consultant and broadcaster Orlaith Carmody will be in Easons Bookshop, Shop Street, Galway City from 12.30pm to 2pm on Wednesday December 16 to sign copies of her new book ‘Perform as a Leader’. Members of the public will have the opportunity to meet Orlaith who will be joined by her husband and business partner, Gavin Duffy of RTE’s Dragons’ Den.