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Ballina software company wins ‘Bright Ideas Challenge’

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Eventovate Limited, a Ballina based technology company that has pioneered a new software and business platform that revolutionises the hotel events market, was recently chosen as the winner of the west regional final of Bank of Ireland’s Bright Ideas Challenge held in The Ardilaun hhotel in Galway. Established in 2008 by brothers Jonathan and Jason Ruane, the company’s software enables the hotel industry to generate more value and profit from their events business. This groundbreaking technology provides a cohesive set of applications for both the hotel and its customers, for example a wedding couple or a conference organiser.

Leave Child Benefit alone — Ruane

Sinn Féin councillor Thérèse Ruane, responding to the Commission on Taxation proposals to tax child benefit, insists that this is grossly unfair, and would create real difficulties for families as they struggle to make ends meet. She also claims that this would push women out of the workforce and into social welfare dependency and poverty.

Twelve-year-old Mayo author to have story published in new Londis book

“My community means the world to me and I hope that in the future it will remain a fantastic place to live for all generations to come,” - Shane Ruane, aged 12, Mayo.

Judge adjourns case of social welfare fraud to see if payments are made

Judge Mary Devins adjourned the case against a Cloonfad man who had defrauded the state of €22,027 over the course of four years. Eamon Ruane, 5 Westview, Cloonfad, Ballyhaunis, pleaded guilty in court to the charges of falsely declaring his income from 2004 to 2007 and not informing the State that he was working. Ruane was in receipt of the farm assistance payment and working part time as a labourer, but never filled out on the form for the farm assistance grant that he was working at all.

Ruane welcomes decision to withdraw Circular 0044/2007

Sinn Féin Councillor Thérèse Ruane has welcomed Minister Batt O’Keeffe’s decision to withdraw Circular 0044/2007 which sought to end the practice of early immersion education or tumoideachas in primary schools.

 

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