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The proof of the pudding is in the eating — so when you hear that 12,000 Irish feet walk in new shoes bought every week in Paul Byron Shoes, you know you are dealing with excellence. And now, they are giving you a voucher that offers €10 off your Back to School footwear bill.
Election candidates cannot dismiss issues such as water taxes, property taxes, and the proposed universal medical charge as national, governmental issues, as they affect the day to day lives of ordinary people.
The Campaign Against Home and Water Taxes will hold a fundraising social in club K, Eyre square on Thursday May 30th at 8pm.
A No vote to the Fiscal Compact Treaty would lead to greater austerity in Ireland and see the interest rate the State pays on its borrowings increase.
Skoda Ireland has launched a nationwide test drive campaign in which it intends to give away up to two million kilometres’ worth of free fuel to Irish motorists between now and the end of March.
GALWAY MOVIE buffs take note - Kelly’s Fourth Official Movie Table Quiz takes place next Monday at 8pm.
The annual financial statement of Westport Town Council, for the year ended 2010, shows a surplus of €3,788. Senior executive officer Martin Keating said that this is “quite a great achievement” given the year that was and this was achieved through controlling expenditure and monitoring income.
Over 300 people attended an awards ceremony at Hotel Kilkenny on Tuesday night where winners of the Keep Kilkenny Beautiful event accepted their awards.
The budget on Tuesday was one of the most interesting in years. The range of tax increases, particularly the income levy of one per cent for income up to €100,000 and two per cent on income over €100,000 received the most comment.
In conjunction with C&C Mayo League, Ballyhaunis is holding its second successive 8K Road Race at 5pm on Saturday June 27.