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Castlebar Credit Union has launched a new campaign to promote more sustainable loans and personal finance arrangements in a bid to help people steer clear of moneylenders and payday loans.
Northeast Galway could become the focus of a new pilot scheme for closer co-operation between post offices and credit unions, to ensure the continuation of postal and financial services in rural areas.
Organisers of this year’s Claremorris St Patrick’s Day Parade say the event looks set to be the most colourful and spectacular one yet.
Twenty five County Galway businesses will receive a New Year bonanza tonight when they will be honoured at the SCCUL Enterprise Awards. The awards ceremony which will take place in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway tonight will celebrate enterprise in six different categories: Agriculture and Food, Arts Tourism & Sport, Business Services, Consumer Goods and Services, ICT and Social Enterprise.
A dividend of €774,000 on members’ shares plus a loan interest rebate of €327,000 is the reward to the credit unions members at this year’s AGM. This is the sum of money being given back to you the members by Ballinasloe Credit Union. This is an injection of €1,101,000 into the local economy this Christmas by Ballinasloe Credit Union.
The pupils at St Anthony’s school in Castlebar are really getting into the swing of a welcome new addition to their play area.
Businesses planning to enter the SCCUL Enterprise awards are being urged to submit their entries as soon as possible. The deadline for entries to the innovative awards programme which celebrates entrepreneurship and rewards local enterprise is 5.30pm on Monday November 3.
A €50,000 prize package is on offer to Galway-based entrepreneurs in the fifth year of an innovative competition aimed at encouraging entrepreneurship and rewarding local enterprise.
The Special General Meeting of Athlone Credit Union members is to reconvene on Thursday October 30 to elect an oversight committee.
Going to college is an exciting time but it can also be very stressful for both students and parents. The increase in third level registration fees combined with the very significant day-to-day costs of going to college are forcing many to borrow in order to meet these costs, according to St Colman’s Credit Union.