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Creative Insolvency Solutions positively addressing clients current debt concerns

Boasting a wealth of experience within the financial industry, Athlone native, David Keogh, is the founder and director of Creative Insolvency Solutions, a nationwide debt advisory service specialising in personal insolvency applications.

Career tips from around the world

Q: I will be looking for a new job during 2021. I am not sure how much the market has changed over the last few months. I need to find some inspiration and tips and wold welcome any help. (BC, email).

Local Councillor expresses anger with persistent illegal dumping

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Local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, has vented expressed tones of anger and frustration following the illegal disposal of litter on a public road through Annagortha Bog in recent times.

Persistent household waste dumping a cause for Council concern

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The prevalence of persistence local authority household waste dumping is one of vast concern and cost to Westmeath County Council, Town Mayor, Cllr Aengus O'Rourke, stated to the Athlone Advertiser this week.

Returning home and want to start a business?

The call is open for applicants for a free initiative to help returned emigrants to Galway start and develop businesses in Ireland. This is the fourth year of the very successful Back for Business developmental programme, which is funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Craft Butchery Apprenticeship

Are you creative and passionate about meat, food, and retail? This two year craft butcher apprenticeship programme leads to a Level 5 QQI qualification and is delivered on the job in your workplace (86 per cent) and off the job at a training centre (14 per cent).

Dillon highlights IDA Ireland’s plans for Mayo

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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has highlighted the plans by IDA Ireland to make additional investments in drawing greater Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to Mayo.

Brokers Ireland advises consumers on rising credit card debt costs

Commenting on the Central Bank Credit and Debit Card Statistics for November 2020, Brokers Ireland noted that €595 million was spent on e-commence transactions in the month, a figure it predicts will have substantially increased in December, although figures are not yet available, and advised of the very high cost of such credit if bills are not paid on time.

Cheevers calls for radical new policy to combat illegal dumping

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A radical new policy to combat illegal dumping in 2021 must be introduced by the Galway City Council, after a spike in illegal dumping in the Ballybane area over the last few weeks.

New social welfare payment increases to take effect this month

A number of Social Welfare payment increases are set to take effect in January 2021 as part of measures introduced in Budget 2021.


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