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Galway TDs must 'stand up for renters' against Rent Increases Bill, says Farrell

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Galway West TDs are being asked to "do the right thing" when Sinn Féin's Ban On Rent Increases Bill comes before the Dáil today, Thursday September 17.

Farrell brands as 'ridiculous' carbon tax hike during Covid-19 emergency

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Hiking the cartoon tax at a time when households have seen their incomes collapse due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is "a ridiculous decision".

Election raises hopes of an increase in imaginative housing solutions

Responding to the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, has noted that while more rural areas continue to show higher growth figures, residential property prices in the commuter belt have increased minutely, with premiums in the capital down 0.9 percent.

Numerous impediments to building new homes remains ongoing concern

Responding to the CSO Residential Property Price Index for November, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said the trend at the moment is that of little change but the key issue is, how on earth the country is going to manage to build the 340,000 homes the Central Bank estimates we need up to 2030.

IPAV calls for monthly index of building input costs

Responding to the most recent CSO Residential Property Price Index, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said it strongly supports the view of the ESRI that the cost of building homes must be driven down and called for the setting up of an official monthly index of input costs.

FCL mathematics booking now for January

Children who are good at maths at the age of nine (third class) are more likely to be more confident going into secondary school. This is the finding of research (Growing Up in Ireland) from the ESRI. Having good maths skills in third class is a critical factor in helping with the transition to secondary level. One of the key findings was that students who disliked maths at primary level were also more likely to find maths difficult after the transition to second level. It is evident that fostering foundational skills in maths at primary level was crucial to a later positive engagement with the subject.

ESRI’s John Fitzgerald to speak at GMIT

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.

Castlebar Chamber to host the economy of Mayo seminar

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In 2015 Chambers of Commerce and a group of Action Oriented Partners from nine western counties (Donegal, Sligo, Leitrim, Roscommon, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry) signed up to a charter to develop the Atlantic Economic Corridor (AEC).

Travellers still live in ‘substandard’ conditions, says new report

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A new report, just published, says members of the Galway Traveller community continue to live in “deplorable” and “substandard” conditions.

Local election candidate hosts successful pre-Brexit gathering at the Hodson Bay Hotel

Malachy Hand, Fianna Fáil Local Election Candidate in South Roscommon hosted a successful pre-Brexit breakfast gathering in the Hodson Bay Hotel with key political party colleagues joining the ballot aspirant just two days before the United Kingdom’s initial agreed date to exit the European Union.

 

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