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The Galway City Council will spend more than €53,000 this year cleaning up illegal dumping.
A shocking €90,626 was spent during 2017 on cleaning up illegal dumping in the Athlone Municipal District.
Westmeath companies are increasingly taking up opportunities for training and up-skilling staff to meet business needs.
Mayo companies are taking up opportunities for training and up-skilling of staff to meet business needs. Figures from the annual report of Skillnets, the national agency responsible for funding and supporting over 60 learning networks nationwide, reveal that the number of businesses accessing subsidised training in Mayo grew by eight per cent, with over 315 businesses investing in their staff across a range of sectors.
Galway companies are increasingly taking up opportunities for training and upskilling staff to meet business needs. Figures from the 2016 annual report of Skillnets, the national agency responsible for funding and supporting more than 60 learning networks nationwide, reveal that a total of 1,016 businesses in Galway accessed subsidised training and invested in their staff across a range of sectors last year.
Mayor of Athlone, Aengus O’Rourke, says illegal dumping has now reached crisis proportions.
There is no budget allocation in the Ballina Municipal District for the picking up of rubbish that is dumped illegally in the area, the coucillors in the district was told this week. Independent councillor Seamus Weir raised the issue at the January meeting on Wednesday and listed a number of sites in his area where illegal dumping was happening. He later told the meeting that he raised the issue because he had been informed that there was no budget put aside to clean it up.
Custom House Studios at Westport Quay is now inviting submissions for the use of studios, starting in August, 2016.
Vehicle history expert, Cartell.ie, has reported that the number of used vehicles imported into Ireland is up 22 per cent on last year.