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Fully furnished office space at unbeatable prices

Affordability. Value for money. Two very important points to consider in today’s climate.

Fully furnished office space at unbeatable prices

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Affordability. Value for money. Two very important points to consider in today’s climate.

How to be effective when networking workshop

Do you suffer from “butterfly-itis” at the very mention of networking at business functions? If you answered yes, you are not alone. Many business people and entrepreneurs get a bit uncomfortable when it comes right down to walking up to someone and starting a conversation. Feeling comfortable introducing yourself to total strangers is one of the biggest obstacles to networking. How do you overcome it?

Glittering CIPD event attracts top HR and business chiefs in the region

The importance of networking in these challenging times was backed up at the CIPD West gala dinner dance sponsored by CCP Recruitment for the eighth consecutive year, when more than 300 human resources and business representatives from a variety of private and public sector organisations throughout the western region gathered to honour their peers.

Motoring initiative comes to Galway

Following the success of the Car2Cash road show in Cork and Limerick, Merlin Car Auctions is bringing its first ever roadshow to Galway city and county.

Newcastle properties offer great value

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O’Donnellan & Joyce has brought three properties to the market in the Newcastle area, which are suitable for both first time buyers and investors.

Superb three-bed in Friars’ Hill

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This fine detached residence, located in Friar’s Hill, will be offered for auction in January.

Almost 1,300 Mayo farmers waiting for REPS 4 payment – Ring

Mayo Deputy Michael Ring, Fine Gael Spokesperson on Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, has questioned the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food in the Dáil this week in relation to second-year payments in REPS 4.

Fair trade begins at home - farmers protest against supermarket power

Members of the Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association (ICSA) in Mayo turned out in force last Saturday to demonstrate against supermarket power and the impact it is having on farming businesses. Leaflets outlining the main concerns of farmers were distributed to consumers outside the Tesco store in Claremorris.

They seek him here, they seek him there — the elusive Scarlet Pimpernel jailed for eight months

A man who purchased €700 worth of jewellery with a cheque that later bounced and who was virtually untraceable over four years while gardai attempted to execute a bench warrent has been jailed for eight months.


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