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Volkswagen doubles scrappage offer on Polo/Fox

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 Consumers will receive a further €1,500 discount on top of the scrappage offer on the Polo United model and €1,600 on top of the scrappage offer for the Fox. The competitively priced new Polo model is now available for €12,995 with the scrappage offer.

€150k rent paid on Roscommon prefabs - Naughten

A total of €153, 216 has been paid out by Roscommon primary schools for the rental of prefabs in the last four years, according to local TD Denis Naughten.

Westmeath schools fork out €1.5m on prefabs

A total of almost €1.5 million has been paid out by Westmeath primary schools for the rent of prefabs over the last 10 years, according to figures released by the Department of Education this week. In Athlone alone, prefabricated structures have cost schools some €485,000 in rent, as several schools await approval on urgently needed extensions.

Volkswagen doubles scrappage offer on Polo/ Fox

 Consumers will receive a further €1,500 discount on top of the scrappage offer on the Polo United model and €1,600 on top of the scrappage offer for the Fox. The competitively priced new Polo model is now available for €12,995 with the scrappage offer.

€2.3m parking and EU money to improve Mullingar in 2010

Allocations for the €1.13m collected from parking in Mullingar last year were shown to councillors this week (January 18), at the monthly meeting of the area committee, as well as as a €1.2m EU grant to promote cycling around the town.

‘Get Up The Yard’ - Heading for the home straight

Curraghmaore National School’s fundraiser ‘Get Up The Yard’ is gathering momentum and heading for the home straight. The mascots Hare (Hairy) and Tortoise (Torty) have been feeling the cold in the yard over the last few weeks, but they are confident they will make it to the finish line on time.

Schools could face massive increase in water bills

Based on a Labour Party survey of water charges in each local authority area, schools in Castlebar and around the county could face an average increase of 100 per cent in their water bills if water conservation measures are not introduced immediately according to Labour Councillor Harry Barrett.

 

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