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Programme Director for the Bachelor of Business in Finance and Economics.
Euro 2016 is upon us already and on Monday, the boys in green face Sweden in their opening match. It should be a great game with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Swedish maestro trying to outscore our own super striker Shane Long. It made me think about the different foods that are associated with each country, and which recipes would win if they faced each other in a food Euro competition.
Galway City Council is facing a shortfall of some €5 million as it attempts to balance its books for the year, it emerged this week.
Former Minister Alan Dukes declared that if we used the capacity of the Eurozone that’s available today, we could do a far better job for all 500 million citizens of the EU. Mr Dukes and solicitor Ursula Tipp, addressed the question of European Economic Policy – What's in it for Ireland? at the evening seminar, jointly organised with European Movement Ireland, in Athlone Institute of Technology last week.
Four students from St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, have lined up a meeting with the European Central Bank president Mario Draghi.
With a media blackout on the treaty from next week, below is a ‘mythbuster’ article on what lies ahead following the referendum on May 31, as supplied to the Mayo Advertiser this week by the European Movement Ireland.
A Sinn Féin public meeting in Ballina last week on the fiscal treaty was addressed by Michael Colreavey TD and councillors Rose Conway-Walsh (chair), Gerry Murray, and Therese Ruane.
Former Galway West TD and justice minister Máire Geoghegan-Quinn is calling on the people of County Galway to vote Yes in the Fiscal Treaty referendum on May 31.
At a public seminar organised by the European Commission in Athlone this week, Economics Editor of the Irish Independent, Brendan Keenan, argued that, despite the fact that major political and institutional changes were still needed, the EU and the Eurozone countries have “moved back from the abyss of potential break-up”.
After the coming general election we will hopefully elect a new Government with a new focus, new energies and hopefully more ability.Those elected must immediately make many difficult, contentious and unpopular decisions. They must not shirk their responsibilities. We can all see the results of Bertie Ahern’s cowardly self serving keep everybody on-side at all costs. We are now paying a heavy price for his cowardice and greed. Amongst other things I believe the new Government must implement the following;