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There were 303 redundancy payments made in Westmeath during the first seven months of this year according to Government figures released this week which show a rise in layoffs nationally.
There have been over 600 redundancies in Westmeath so far this year, new figures released by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment have revealed.
Up to 260 civil servants will have a permanent base in Carlow after An Bord Pleanála granted the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment permission for new offices in the town centre.
The HSE has issued advice to businesses in Ireland regarding planning for Swine flue or the Influenza (H1N1) pandemic.
A Moate man was awarded over €25,000 by the Employments Appeal Tribunal (EAT) when, following a takeover, his former employer left him with the option of either commuting to Mountmellick or taking redundancy, but who refused to pay up after he chose the latter.
At the age of 25 Mary Harney became the youngest senator in the Seanad at the invitation of the then taoiseach Jack Lynch.
Sinn Féin representative for north Kilkenny, Ray Quinlan has described the recent announcement by the Laois GAA county board that they have purchased a number of industrial buildings and 30 acres of land from Galmoy Mines Ltd for use as a sporting facility as “absolutely astounding”.
Financial Solutions Skillnet (FSS) has been awarded €136,500 to continue its subsidised training programme in 2009. The network of more than 60 members offers tailored training courses and networking events to financial services companies and the banking sector.
Reacting to the redundancy figures for 2008 issued by the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME), warned that unless the cost of maintaining staff was addressed, the labour market would collapse.