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Sixty six homeless in one night looked after by COPE as crisis grows

A local charity which operates services for homeless people provided emergency accommodation for 44 adults and 22 children on one night at the start of this month.

More people at risk of homelessness due to rising rent costs, say COPE in budget submission

A growing number of people are at risk of homelessness due to rising rent levels and a shortage of affordable private rented accommodation in the city.

New COPE Galway shop to provide funds for increased demand in services

COPE Galway have announced the opening of their new charity shop on St Augustine St., Galway. The shop will provide vital funds for COPE Galway and all proceeds from the shop will help deliver front-line services to vulnerable and isolated people in Galway city and county.

Enterprise board future in doubt as chief executive job becomes vacant

The future of the Mayo County Enterprise board remains in doubt from this autumn when CEO Frank Fullard is set to retire, with no indication of a successor being appointed to his position.

eBay Ireland Academy returns to Carlow

The All Ireland Champions, Carlow, will get a chance to polish up their buying and selling skills at the upcoming Academy workshop event. has teamed up with both the Carlow Country Enterprise Board and Carlow Chamber of Commerce to host their second Academy workshop ‘Beyond the Basics of Selling on’ workshop.

Westmeath agencies responding to rising unemployment

On Thursday June 25 a major event will be held in the Annebrooke Hotel in Mullingar in response to the rising unemployment issue in the county. Titled an Opportunity Day, this event is aimed at those who have lost jobs or at risk of losing jobs and who are considering their options.

Protests likely if Galwegians feel new taxes are too much

Galwegians could be taking to the streets in protest before the end of the year if the combined affects of NAMA, taxes on child benefit and water services, and the expected savage Budget punish ordinary people for the recklessness of the banks, property developers, and the Government.

Young Kilkenny citizens to become the next Barack Obama?

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Six people from Co Kilkenny were among over 200 young people from around the globe who gathered in Dublin recently for a special international youth leadership conference.


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