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€217m funding boost for region announced in city

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A massive €217m in European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) is to be invested in the region to build the capacity of the new Atlantic Technological University to support regional research and innovation, as well as address dereliction and connectivity, it was announced last evening (Wednesday) in Galway.

New car sales figures for July highlights 17 percent decrease from similar period last year

New car registrations for July were down 17.3 percent when compared to July 2021, according to SIMI figures released today.

Traditional Fish and Chips may not be on local summer menus, warns local marine resource chief

Rising fuel prices are crippling the Irish Seafood sector, including fishermen, aquaculture producers and fish processors. That’s according to Galway-based Enda Conneely of the Irish Islands Marine Resource Organisation (IIMRO), who says the crisis is a threat to food security.

Local community groups encouraged to apply for project funding

Local community groups in Athlone and its environs are being encouraged to apply for Bank of Ireland’s new ‘Begin Together Fund’.

New Leaf charges ahead with five-star result

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The Euro NCAP continues to set the agenda with new, more demanding challenges on safety technology to help protect vulnerable road users, including the introduction of the first cycling detection test for AEB.

Clinic planned for Westmeath farmers applying for BPS Scheme

A clinic will be held to help Westmeath farmers with their online applications for the Basic Payment Scheme, Fine Gael councillor Tom Farrell confirmed this week.

EIB funding will make university 'more attractive’ to top talent talent', says Naughton

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The European Investment Bank's €60 million funding towards new student accommodation and university facilities in NUI Galway will make the university "an even more attractive prospect for the world’s top academic talent".

€60k ceiling for CAP payments to protect small farmers - Murphy

Roscommon-Galway TD, Eugene Murphy (FF), says his party’s move to seek the reduction of the current Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) ceiling to €60,000 will help protect small farmers.

LEADER projects still waiting on funding three years after launch - Troy

Longford-Westmeath Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, has described the new LEADER programme as an absolute shambles and a bureaucratic nightmare.

 

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