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New research published today by independent price comparison and switching service, Switcher.ie, reveals the extent of consumers’ financial concerns for 2018.
New research shows that it might not be such a happy New Year for Irish consumers when it comes to their finances in 2018. Many admit to feeling less than optimistic about the year ahead, with money concerns and financial woes weighing heavily on people’s minds
Galway Community College will hold a first year open day on Friday December 8 between 3pm and 4pm, and the team would be delighted to welcome incoming students and their parents/guardians for a tour of the state of the art facilities.
The decision to move all PRSI services online has met with fierce criticism from a leading Galway TD, who said it is an impractical move with many areas of the State still without adequate broadband cover.
The Ireland 2040 National Planning Framework will have a devastating effect on much of County Galway, according to one local councillor, who has gone as far as to call the framework "a direct attempt to depopulate rural Ireland".
Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed that Siro is about to commence construction of high-speed broadband to homes in the housing estates in Monksland, Bealnamullia, Summerhill and Baylough in Athlone.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes this lovely detached dwelling at Ballinalaun, Clarinbridge, to the market for sale by private treaty. Constructed in 2004, this family home is presented in excellent decorative order throughout with mature landscaped gardens.
Local Minister Denis Naughten has welcomed the opening of the new motorway from Tuam to Gort, which ensures that the Midlands is now directly connected to two international airports by motorway.
Fianna Fáil deputy for Roscommon-Galway, Eugene Murphy, says the decision by SIRO to exit the tender process for the National Broadband Plan is a severe indictment of the Government’s failure to deliver on its commitments to bring high speed broadband to rural Ireland.