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As we all know by the constant headlines and recent images, flash flooding is an increasingly common problem in Ireland, and its effects are always devastating for its victims. With both the offer of millions from a flood relief fund and rise in insurance claims, concern over cowboy operators comes to the fore.
Mayo Fine Gael TD John O'Mahony has welcomed the Government’s ‘belated’ move to allow businesses to benefit from lower rents, but accused Fianna Fáil of indulging in shameless delaying tactics on the matter.
Tax on second homes which was introduced in the April Budget has raised more than €51 million nationally with €1,581,560 raised for Mayo County Council, as reported in this week’s Irish Times.
While disposable incomes in Westmeath remain in the mid-range, they have dropped slightly when compared with our national counterparts, according to the latest figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO).
Over recent weeks, the local and national media has been dominated with images of personal injuries and damage to property during the severe winter weather. Individuals are seeking compensation for their troubles and now, more so than ever, Public Liability Insurance is becoming a necessary cover for any occupation or business.
Hastings have been providing quality insurance services and advice for more than 25 years. As an independent insurance provider they offer all aspects of general insurance cover for both personal and commercial lines of business. With offices in Westport, Castlebar, Claremorris, Ballina and Tuam, Hastings believe they can now offer more competitive prices as they have access to a wider range of products than ever before, whilst providing the best possible advice.
The Minister of Social and Family Affairs has been accused of engaging in an attack on farm spouses, who had been awarded pensions retrospectively but are now being asked to refund what has been awarded to them by the Department.