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John Quinn has just brought to the market a three bedroom semi-detached residence situated at 133 Manor Court, Knocknacarra.
Mullery auctioneers and joint agent Joyce Mackie Lougheed have been instructed with the sale/letting of the ground floor of Marina House, 7 New Docks, Galway. This property is exceptionally well located, overlooking Galway Harbour in the city centre.
Bank of Ireland has announced details of a new Business Startup Package, providing a range of supports to help start and grow a successful business.
The landmark Bank of Ireland building at 43 Eyre Square has been sold for in excess of €10.5 million.
AIB and The Irish Times have collaborated to launch the AIB Start up Academy, a new initiative to support entrepreneurs across Ireland. AIB and The Irish Times are working together to build a nationwide community of entrepreneurs from all sectors and with all levels of experience.
Establishing a new stand-alone bank for farmers is the only solution to the closure of the ACC Bank and the increasing dominance of AIB and Bank of Ireland in the State’s banking sector.
In Mayo in 2012, local businesses donated a total of €1,093,638 in cash and in kind donations to local charities and community groups. Some 990 hours were volunteered by local employees and some 185 community partnerships were supported by 19 companies.
Castlebar Labour Party town councillor Harry Barrett has urged people to check their bank records in the wake of The Central Bank report, issued recently, that named six banks that it is investigating for wrongly selling insurance products to thousands of customers. The banks have been ordered to carry out independent reviews of the sales of the payment protection insurance to find out the scale of the problem, and pay restitution. Payment protection insurance or PPI repays a loan or credit card if a person becomes sick or unemployed. Since August 2007, more than 300,000 PPI policies were sold in Ireland.
The promissory note ‘deal’ announced by the government is no deal for Irish Citizens according to Sinn Féin Councillor Rose Conway-Walsh. There will be no real benefit to ordinary citizens suffering under the weight of austerity and it will have no noticeably positive impact on the government’s budgetary position in 2012.
Bank of Ireland has announced details of its fifth advice and support initiative for SMEs, National Enterprise Week. The initiative will run from Friday November 18 to Friday November 25.