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Experts call for national strategy for smart economy innovation in the west

If Ireland truly wants to develop and be at the cutting edge of the smart economy, then an integrated national strategy to develop the creative sector is essential.

Fine Gael accused of rehashing Government ideas

Fine Gael’s “transformational” NewERA plan simply restates many Government measures, according to the Minister for Labour Affairs Dara Calleary.

Aran Islands gets surfing

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The Aran Islands (Inis Meain, Inis Mor, Inis Oirr) now have access to much-needed broadband connectivity under the National Broadband Scheme (NBS) thanks to 3, Ireland’s market leader in mobile broadband. The technology will provide homes across the islands access to the internet, and will support local businesses.

New customised offices helping business overcome recession setbacks

A father and daughter team are to open a revolutionary office space programme aimed at helping businesses secure business-friendly property arrangements

Lack of regulation of cash for gold schemes leaves elderly in fear

Elderly people, particularly those in isolated rural areas, are living in constant fear of attack and robbery because of a phenomenal growth in the number of totally unregulated cash for gold schemes, according to Kilkenny Fine Gael senator John Paul Phelan.

Cornanool NS to benefit from improved broadband - Kenny

Fine Gael Leader, Enda Kenny, TD, has welcomed the decision to improve the broadband speeds at Cornanool National School just outside Castlebar. The Department of Education and Science have confirmed to the Fine Gael Leader that they will shortly be signing a contract with a new internet service provider. Once the contract is signed, it is expected that it will take six to eight weeks to complete. This will entail the provision of a new mobile broadband facility that will provide 1MB per second broadband in comparison to the much smaller capacity already available at the school.

National report recommends building fibre-optic MAN in Castlebar

The National Competitiveness Council (NCC) has recommended in a report published recently that a metropolitan area network should be built in Castlebar.

Broadband situation in Monksland deplorable

Despite reports that the Eircom Exchange in Monksland was supposedly broadband enabled, people in the area are still unable to get fixed line broadband from Eircom, that’s according to Cllr John Keogh, the local county councillor for the Athlone Electoral Area of County Roscommon.

 

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