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“Micro Finance Ireland allows micro-enterprises to get working capital in an easy and cost-effective manner. Over €3.5 million has been approved by Microfinance Ireland to just over two hundred micro-enterprises. That working capital is supporting almost 500 jobs. It is great to see this support for small business and a brilliant briefing to have ahead of Mullingar Chamber’s AGM,” according to Pat Whelan, chamber president.Pat was speaking at the Micro Finance Ireland (MFI) business briefing to chamber members recently.
Many wedding guests have whooped for joy when, rattling around roads in unfamiliar terrain, frantically trying to get to the church on time, they spot a cheerful sign erected by the considerate couple directing them to the wedding venue.
St Anthony’s and Claddagh Credit Union – with offices at Mainguard St. and Westside Shopping Centre in the city, and in Oughterard – is marking its 50th anniversary with a €100,000 giveaway, with 50 guaranteed winners on the night.
The Westport Civic Trust wishes one and all a happy, peaceful, and healthy 2013.
The chairman of Castlebar Credit Union Ltd, Sean Mc Cann, welcomed the membership to the 46th AGM of the credit union.
Renmore woman Eithne Carey has become Active Retirement Ireland's (ARI) new vice president.
There will be cause for celebration on three golf courses in Mayo this week as they have been included in the Golf Digest Volvo Top 100 ranked Irish golf courses for 2012. Carne Golf Links in Belmullet has climbed four places from last year’s list to number 21 in the rankings, with the two other Mayo clubs making the list being Westport at number 56, down 11 spots from 2011, and Ballinrobe moving up one to number 90.
The emergence of a new community radio service for Kilkenny City and its environs has moved a step closer, delegates attending last week’s AGM of Kilkenny Communications Co-Operative Society Limited, otherwise known as ‘Radio Kilkenny,’ were told.
The process of electing a new chairman of HSE West, the health forum that represents Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, Sligo, Leitrim, Clare, and Limerick, took all of 30 seconds at the AGM this week when sitting chair Cllr Padraig Conneely, Fine Gael, and former Mayor of Galway, was re-elected unanimously without contest.