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Nissan's new Note strikes different chords

Nissan has launched its new Nissan Note, which is to go head to head with the top three market leaders in the B Segment, Ford's Fiesta, Toyota's Yaris and VW's Polo.

Nissan's new Note strikes different chords

Nissan has launched its new Nissan Note, which is to go head to head with the top three market leaders in the B Segment, Ford's Fiesta, Toyota's Yaris and VW's Polo.

Nissan's new Note strikes different chords

Nissan has launched its new Nissan Note, which is to go head to head with the top three market leaders in the B Segment, Ford's Fiesta, Toyota's Yaris and VW's Polo.

Edward Square goes on the market

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With the limited supply of investments currently in the market the sale of Edward Square in Galway is being well received by both national and international investors.

Roscommon Lamb Festival 2012 programme of events launched

Roscommon Lamb Festival was launched recently in the Abbey Hotel. Chairman Gerry Browne in his address reiterated that the festival is rooted in the soil and landscape of county Roscommon and was pleased to note that it has now taken root in the hearts and minds of the population of the county. He said the festival will open as usual in the Roscommon Livestock Mart on Wednesday May 2 with a special sheep sale and this year there will be a reenactment of a traditional fair day scene courtesy of Tommy Murray and the Roscommon Drama Group.

Roscommon Lamb Festival 2012 programme of events launched

Roscommon Lamb Festival was launched recently in the Abbey Hotel. Chairman Gerry Browne in his address reiterated that the festival is rooted in the soil and landscape of county Roscommon and was pleased to note that it has now taken root in the hearts and minds of the population of the county. He said the festival will open as usual in the Roscommon Livestock Mart on Wednesday May 2 with a special sheep sale and this year there will be a reenactment of a traditional fair day scene courtesy of Tommy Murray and the Roscommon Drama Group.

Local, loyal, and lending

Recent reports in the national media suggest that some credit unions may no longer be in a position to lend to their members due to restrictions imposed on them by the Central Bank. While certain credit unions may find themselves in the unenviable position of having to say no to members seeking loans either because the credit union has reached their monthly quota or the amount sought is above the lending discretion of the credit union, this is certainly not the case for Athlone Credit Union Limited , who are very much open for business.

Athlone Credit Union launches home energy loan

With oil prices reaching all time highs and no changes in the regulation of the domestic electricity supply market, now is a good time for homeowners to consider upgrading and modifying their heating systems as part of an overall home energy plan. Solar power technology has come a long way in the past few years to the point where even allowing for the erratic and unpredictable Irish weather conditions it is now possible to capture the energy potential of the sun’s rays during natural daylight on most days. The installation of well placed solar panels plus good home insulation coupled with proper boiler calibration and the fitting of low emission light bulbs throughout a home can all go a long way towards reducing the average family heat and electricity bills - while at the same time playing a vital part in reducing our carbon footprint.

Castlebar Credit Union reports another strong year

At the Castlebar Credit Union Ltd’s AGM, which was recently held in the Welcome Inn Hotel, Castlebar, John Burke, chairman of Castlebar Credit Union, said, “It is with pride that I inform you that our credit union has had another very strong and successful year, despite operating in a year which saw the worst economic conditions recorded in the history of our State.”

Games and semantics leave the public scratching their heads

The Europeans are all over for the big chat, however Brian Cowen still maintains that they are not here to discuss a “bailout” for our country.

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