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Pressure on motorists to secure cover for older vehicles untenable – Troy

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Robert Troy, says the Government must take urgent action to tackle “exorbitant motor insurance costs”, particularly for older vehicles.

Fifty properties going under the O’Donnellan & Joyce auction hammer this Friday

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O’Donnellan & Joyce are busy with final viewings and enquiries for their list of over 50 properties for sale in their ‘Wild Atlantic Way Summer Sunshine Auction’ this Friday June 17.

Motor insurance costs need to be tackled — Calleary

Fianna Fáil has brought forward a Dáil motion this week which aims to drive down the cost of motor insurance. Over the past two years motorists have seen their premiums rise by a massive 60 per cent — placing a huge burden on family budgets.

Joe Healy strolls home in IFA race

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It has never happened before that an IFA President was elected on the first count, but such was Joe Healy’s landslide victory that he exceeded the quota, taking more than 14,000 votes, a whopping 50 per cent of the electorate. It really was a stunning victory and it was obvious the Athenry dairy farmer’s message had resonated right across the country.

Sherry FitzGerald Financial Services now available in Eyre Square

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As one of the leading Mortgage and Insurance brokerages in Ireland, Sherry FitzGerald Financial Services are delighted to announce that they now have a Financial Advisor based in their Galway Branch on Eyre Square, providing an independent and comprehensive broker service.

O’Boyle concerned about young people not getting car insurance

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Ballyhaunis native and independent general election candidate Gerry O'Boyle said this week he has great concerns for young people trying to obtain car insurance.

‘An organisation that needs to restore the faith of its grassroots membership’

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The west has not been home to an IFA president since the 1990s when Abbey Duniry based John Donnolly was at the helm of the organisation, but the region has a big chance of producing a farm leader once again in Athenry man Joe Healy.

Floods abate – but storms of a different nature loom large

Yes, the floods have dropped in Athlone; however the acute danger remains. This week with its frost and dry weather will hopefully see a further drop in water levels but after that, who knows?

Floods abate – but storms of a different nature loom large

Yes, the floods have dropped in Athlone; however the acute danger remains. This week with its frost and dry weather will hopefully see a further drop in water levels but after that, who knows?

Call to postpone IFA leadership election gains traction locally

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With the controversy in the IFA showing no sign of abating, the Galway county chairman has called for cool heads to get the organisation out of its current choppy waters.

 

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