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Professor John Fitzgerald, adjunct professor in economics at Trinity College Dublin and former research professor at the Economic and Social Research Institute, will deliver his annual lecture on 'The Irish economy and policy challenges' to GMIT business students in GMIT’s Galway campus on Tuesday October 15 at 12 noon. The lecture will take place in Room 99, and members of the public are welcome to attend.
Property prices in Westmeath rose by €27,700 in the last year, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report in association with Davy.
The judging panel for the 2019 Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards will visit three Mayo towns next week, giving business and community groups an opportunity to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area.
Blas na hÉireann, the Irish food awards, have reached the penultimate stage of this year’s awards, with the announcement of the finalists who will go through to the final round of judging in Dingle this October, with 350 producers from across Ireland reaching this coveted stage.
On September 14, 1944 a United States Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator Bomber crashed into the Atlantic Ocean close to Ballyconneely in Connemara.
The judging panel for the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards will visit Athlone and Mullingar over the coming weeks, giving business and community groups an opportunity to showcase the spirit of enterprise in their local area.
BY MATT CASSIDY
Always proud and willing to assist sporting clubs within the local community, the Bank of Ireland branch at Athlone IT supported Athlone Gymnastics Club in a recent fundraising campaign.
Clifden soared into aviation history when John Alcock and Arthur Whitten-Brown landed in the west of Ireland having completed the world's first transatlantic flight, and the town is set to celebrate again with a spectacular centenary commemoration.
Brendan James Financial Services first began trading in 1995 under the previous principal Brendan James, and since 2010 Seán Mac Shéamais, the son of Brendan James, has continued the tradition of helping families and businesses build financial security and wealth.