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Local hospitality businesses in the Midlands region should sign up for the Stay and Spend Scheme, Longford-Westmeath Fine Gael Senator Micheál Carrigy has said.
The recently launched Restart Grant Plus will help businesses in Roscommon and Galway reopen and will help local people get back to work, Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has reflected.
Galway businesses can now apply for the Government's Restart Grant Plus Scheme, which gives financial help to help them reopen .
Galway destination store Standun have finished runners-up in the quest to find Ireland’s most creative company.
Minister of State for the Office of Public Works and Flood Relief, Kevin Boxer Moran, together with his fellow Athlone elected representative, Senator Gabrielle McFadden were in attendance at a recent Fáilte Ireland Oireachtas information clinic which detailed the nature of work being undertaken by the national tourism development authority in county Westmeath.
Fáilte Ireland’s new Platforms for Growth initiative which will invest €150 million into developing new visitor attractions across Ireland, offers a golden opportunity to revive the Salmon Life Centre project for Ballina, Senator Michelle Mulheirn has said.
Dead Centre Brewing in Custume Place, Athlone, will be the venue for a forthcoming food and drink experience workshop to which local businesses are invited.
Theres no doubt that it has been an incredible journey for our own Sheridans Cheesemongers. After starting out selling Irish farmhouse cheese on a market stall in Galway almost 25 years ago, the Sheridan brothers' operation has grown, and Sheridans Cheesemongers can now be found in shops in Galway, Dublin, Waterford, and Meath. Their ethos is about providing quality farmhouse cheese to customers and they have always been enthusiastic supporters of raw milk cheese, quality producers, and the traditions of Irish food.
DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is offering to the market this impressive two bedroom ground floor apartment located on the Ballymoneen Road in Knocknacarra. No 28 Sli Gheal is within walking distance of all amenities, including NRG Gym, Dunnes Stores, and the Gateway Shopping Centre. There is also a regular bus service to the city centre. This property offers a perfect opportunity for either the discerning urban dweller or as an investment.
Hugh Mannion is an employee of eir from Belmont, Co Offaly. He had a serious accident while working on external plant after Storm Ophelia late last year. His injuries resulted in his being paralysed from the waist down. Hugh's colleagues decided to raise funds to help defray the significant costs incurred as as a consequence of his accident.