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The chairman of Westmeath’s Housing SPC says his greatest fear for 2014 is that people on the housing list won’t be able to access accommodation on the Rental Accommodation Scheme.
After opening less than six months ago, and already having provided the Midlands representatives at the national youth music awards, the YoYo Café continues to blossom with the news this week that it is now available for private hire.
Pubs and other businesses in Mayo who are struggling to remain open due to difficulties in obtaining a tax clearance certificate when their tax payments are in arrears received some good news this week. Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has welcomed assurances provided to her by the chairman of the Revenue Commissioners that increased flexibility is being shown to businesses which are having difficulty getting their tax clearance certificate. As things stand, the Revenue Commissioners require a 40 per cent lump sum payment up front from businesses that are having difficulty paying. Revenue may now reduce this 40 per cent figure on a case by case assessment.
The first auction of 2013, in what will be the largest auction held in Ireland to date, will feature a massive 155 properties, comprising 109 residential and 49 commercial lots with a combined reserve of €15.4 million, and will include 73 houses, 27 apartments, 24 retail, seven pubs, and two hotels.
The Five Year School Building Programme announced recently by Education and Skills Minister Ruairi Quinn has been under heavy criticism this week with many describing the exclusion of Clifden Community School as shocking and anti-rural.
Kilkenny City Hall was a divided house on Monday night, as four local councillors walked out of a borough council meeting to protest against a split between the executive and some of the elected members.
A man who defended himself against a number of road traffic charges that could have led to a disqualification, successfully persuaded the judge as to his right to drive and left court owing just €130.
Staff at Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinasloe, and Roscommon County Hospital have vowed to resist attempts to downgrade their services, as it emerged there are plans to have staff report directly to the general manager of University Hospital Galway, rather than to their own managers.
A Shantalla man who smashed a bottle across the back of a doorman’s head after consuming a cocktail of drink and drugs, has been given a suspended 18-month sentence by a Circuit Court judge.
1. Adrian Faherty – Claregalway