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Co-ops must plan realistic price increase as market improves

IFA National Dairy Chairman Sean O’Leary has called on all co-ops, whose boards will meet in the next two weeks to decide on the milk price, to take stock of improving market returns and acknowledge the worsening severity of the cash flow situation for a fast rising number of their dairy farmer members.

Nolan calls on council to develop cooperative housing

Adopting a policy of cooperative housing, as an alternative to developer lead housing, could be a move to combat not only the housing crisis, but rising rents and house prices.

Galway Soccer Co-Op to elect its first board

The Galway Soccer Co-operative Society Ltd will hold its annual general meering on Sunday week, April 26, at 7.30pm in Hotel Meyrick to elect its first committee.

Ballinasloe Credit Union members rewarded

A dividend of €774,000 on members’ shares plus a loan interest rebate of €327,000 is the reward to the credit unions members at this year’s AGM. This is the sum of money being given back to you the members by Ballinasloe Credit Union. This is an injection of €1,101,000 into the local economy this Christmas by Ballinasloe Credit Union.

Cuts in Government-imposed fees on co-ops

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton, has announced reductions of between 33 and 80 per cent to five fees on cooperatives societies imposed by the Registrar of Friendly Societies.

New €2 million programme to promote co-operation between businesses

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, has launched a new €2 million programme to encourage groups of businesses to collaborate to achieve specific business objectives, improve competitive advantage, create mutual financial gain – and ultimately create jobs.

Moycullen Co-op Christmas market to turn back the years

Calling all artists, crafts people, and artisan food specialists, the Co Op Moycullen will be starting will be hosting a festive indoor market from Saturday November 26.

Connacht Gold reports 13 per cent turnover increase in 2010

Connacht Gold Co-operative has reported a 13 per cent increase in turnover and an operating profit of just over €2m in 2010.

New book published on setting up a business

The Galway City Partnership has published a new introductory booklet for those wishing to set-up a co-operative business.

Kilkenny farmers urged to exercise their votes on May 10

Local Glanbia Co-operative Society Board members, Ned Fitzpatrick and Jim Gannon, have urged all co-op shareholders to familiarise themselves fully with the details of the proposed acquisition of the €1 billion turnover Irish business from Glanbia plc.

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