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Westmeath property prices remain steady in fluid economy

Property prices in Westmeath have remained unchanged for Q1, according to the latest Property Report in association with Davy.

Mayo property prices unchanged from last quarter

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Property prices in Mayo have remained unchanged for the third consecutive quarter, according to the latest Property Report in association with Davy.

Westmeath median property price increase largest recorded in country

Property prices in Westmeath rose by €27,700 in the last year, according to the latest Property Report in association with Davy.

AIB hosts Brexit workshop with Westmeath businesses in mind

The Sheraton Hotel, Athlone, is the venue for an AIB hosted Brexit workshop for Westmeath businesses on Tuesday, October 1, and those who are trading directly or using the United Kingdom as a land-bridge are being encouraged to attend the event, which will commence at 7.30am.

GMIT Business School hosts public lecture by Rossa White

The GMIT School of Business is pleased to host a public lecture by Rossa White, Chief Economist of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), in GMIT’s Galway campus tomorrow Friday, 24 November, 11am (Rm 994).

Report says house price inflation to remain strong for rest of year

House price inflation should remain strong in 2017 despite the likely abolition of the ‘Help-to-Buy’ Scheme, according to the latest property report from in association with Davy.

Galway house prices continue to rise

House prices in Galway have risen by almost five per cent in the first half of 2017 - the largest increase in the State for the year to date - and house prices also have shown a year on year increase of more than 13 per cent.

Rural Ireland is far from dead – and has the potential to become an economically powerful region

Rural Ireland has the ability to become an economically powerful region in its own right, according to the director of one of the region’s key funding agencies.

GMIT conference hears of skills shortage in the construction sector

There was some good news for students and recent graduates of construction and built environment courses attending a construction conference in GMIT last week with a number of speakers highlighting the existing demand for highly-skilled professionals and the opportunities for them in Ireland and abroad because of the current skills shortage in the construction industry.

AIB hosts economic briefing in Galway

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c.  is holding a series of nationwide briefings on the Irish and global economy in the coming weeks, the bank has announced. The briefings are provided free to companies who register in advance.The fifth in the series takes place on November 3rd in the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, Galway. 

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