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Thousands of jobs are at risk in Ireland as a result of E.U Directive EW 10 90 introduced into this country by the Government last July, according to Cllr. Seán Canney.
Mayo County Council will pay out over €10 million in loan charges next year, the elected members of the council were told this week. Head of finance for the council, Peter Duggan, outlined the charges at Monday’s reconvened budget meeting of the council. He told the meeting: “This current budget has the provision of €10.5 million in loan charges, of those €4.3 million are recovered directly from third parties, the majority of them being Irish Water for the cost of providing the capital costs of the water sewerage services, and also there are recoupments direct from the Department of Environment, particularly in relation to our housing borrowings, they are recovered directly from the department.”
The Hot Sprockets are to perform an intimate show at The Garbo’s venue in Castlebar later this month.
A total of €1m was awarded to 22 Galway people who sustained injuries in workplace accidents last year.
O’Donnellan & Joyce has just launched full details of its last mega property auction of the year, with more than 40 properties throughout the west of Ireland due to go under the hammer.
THE LIPSINKERS, described as “possibly the most ridiculous, fun night out ever” by The Times make their Galway debut at Electric Garden & Theatre this Saturday at 8.30pm.
THE 36TH Renmore's pantomime returns for the Christmas and New Year season at the Town Hall Theatre with Cinderella.
Allsop Space recorded strong sales at a packed RDS for their latest property auction. A total of 160 properties sold with a total sales value of €48m.
Athlone’s District Court judge has claimed expenses in excess of €40,000 in 2012, that’s according to figures released by the Courts Service last week.
By Frances Toner