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No Christmas pudding this year

Or ham, sausages, rashers either, or so it seemed for a while.

Frantic action on the badminton front

The junior county blitz started last Saturday in O'Loughlins with the under 12 boys and girls starting things off. A total of 21 teams entered this competition and a good day was had by all.

Friends First to commission research into the Western region

Friends First has announced that its chief economist, Jim Power, will publish a research report on the economic and infrastructural challenges faced by the mid western region, in June. The report will identify what the greatest threats are to economic growth in the west of Ireland and it will also examine what policy decisions need to be made to ensure more balanced regional development.

National Broadband Scheme could transform rural areas in Mayo

The potential of the National Broadband Scheme currently being rolled out across Ireland by communications company 3 could help transform rural life in County Mayo according to an economic impact report by well known economist Jim Power. The report says that if a high quality and affordable broadband offering like the NBS were to result in the creation of one new SME employing 10 people in each electoral district in Mayo, the economic and financial benefits to the county would be very significant. It would result in the creation of 1,120 jobs; it would result in a net wage injection of €26.9 million into the local economy, which would have an income multiplier effect of up to €53.76 million. It would result in a contribution of €6.72 million to the exchequer, and €896,000 per annum to the local authority. In total it could result in an injection of up to €61.4 million to the local and national economy per annum. Over a five-year period, this would have a net present value of €267.6 million.

Money Doctor to advise on personal finances

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It's not about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain — such is the advce given by John Lowe, financial advisor and author, who will share his wisdom on how to survive the recession by taking simple steps to transform personal finances on Wednesday December 2 at 7.00pm at the Radisson Hotel, Galway.

Money Doctor to advise on personal finances

It's not about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain — such is the advce given by John Lowe, financial advisor and author, who will share his wisdom on how to survive the recession by taking simple steps to transform personal finances on Wednesday December 2 at 7.00pm at the Radisson Hotel, Galway.

 

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