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Galway Hospice's future secured after major funding from Government

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Government funding has been secured for the expansion and development of Galway Hospice, ending years of efforts to address core funding deficits and resource issues at the charity.

Gross yields up to ten per cent on investment properties in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s July auctions

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Investors looking for an excellent return on their investments would be well advised to look closely at some of the properties featuring in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard’s forthcoming auction on Friday July 24 in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lough Atalia, at 3pm. A range of properties ideal for investors are going to the auction floor, boasting returns of between six per cent and 10 per cent gross yields.

Average three-bedroom home in Westmeath increases to €125,000

The price of an average three-bedroom semi-detached house in Westmeath has risen by 2.04 per cent to €125,000 in the second quarter of 2015, according to a national survey carried out by Real Estate Alliance.

Councillors unhappy about the publication of farmers' CAP payments

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A number of county councillors have expressed unhappiness about a new policy whereby the details of farmers' grants from Europe are being published online. This follows new EU regulations, which required details of all payments made to Common Agriculture Policy beneficiaries in 2014 to be published by member states. Some €1.8 billion was paid to 130,000 farmers and rural enterprises nationwide under CAP schemes last year.

Rents in Athlone on the increase

The average monthly rent in the private rented sector in Westmeath was €543 in the first quarter of the year, while the average in Athlone town was €571.

Up to 70pc off during Burgess fashions and homeware summer sale

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Burgess Summer Sale will offer up to 70 per cent off a selection of quality, popular fashion and homeware brands when it begins on Thursday, June 25 at 9.30am.

Lack of work on Leigue Cemetery worrying councillors

Independent Ballina councillor Gerry Ginty said this week that he fears that a reduction of €5,000 in a grant given to The Friends of Leigue, who maintain Leigue Cemetery in the town, has led to no maintenance works being carried out on the cemetery yet this year.

How much are you paying for your car finance?

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More than a quarter (27 per cent) of consumers in Ireland with a car loan have no idea what interest rate they are paying on their motoring finance, according to research recently released by Volkswagen.

High profile mixed use investment in Newcastle

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O'Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers along with joint agent Savills is offering for sale Geata an Eolas, a prominent mixed use development directly opposite University Hospital Galway and adjacent to NUI Galway, located just a short walk from Galway city centre.

Critical that housing grant changes are approved

A number of changes to the housing grant schemes operated by Mayo County Council will be put before the elected members of the council when they next meet. At the Ballina Municipal District April meeting, director of services for Mayo County Council, Paul Benson, told the district members: “Housing grants are on the adjourned April agenda, hopefully we will get moving on that. We have approved grants up to December 2014. It’s important we do get the changes recommended through, because we are looking at currently being able to approve grants up to the end of February this year, and that’s it until probably next November unless we get changes.”

 

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