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Mayo car sales up thirty per cent in 2015

Car sales in Mayo are continuing to show strong growth, according to the latest Motor Industry Review by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry and Done Deal.

Massive increase in new car sales

A new report by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry in association with DoneDeal has shown that new car sales in Mayo have increased by 27 per cent for the first half of 2014. 

Westmeath has 21.6 per cent increase in car sales in 2014 according to SIMI report

A new report by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) in association with DoneDeal has shown that new car sales in Westmeath have increased by 21.6 per cent for the first half of 2014. The Second Quarter Motor Industry Review for 2014, compiled by economist Jim Power, shows that 1,116 cars have been sold in Westmeath in the first six months of the year, compared with just 918 for the first half of 2013.

Optimism returns to motor industry

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The motor industry in Mayo is showing strong signs of growth with new car sales in the first quarter of 2014 up by 28.7 per cent.

Westport businesswoman addresses Young Fine Gael about job creation

Westport entrepreneurship expert and media commentator Olwen Dawe was one of four guest speakers at a Young Fine Gael seminar entitled Job Creation Creates Ireland’s Future at the Garret FitzGerald Summer School in Kilkenny last weekend.

Mayo CCC welcomes €23,520 for local childminders and groups

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Mayo County Childcare Committee (Mayo CCC) has welcomed the recent announcement to provide €23,520 to a number of voluntary notified child minders and Parent & Toddler groups in Mayo.

Economist Jim Power to talk in Galway

Top Irish economist Jim Power will give a talk on all matters money related at the Pillo Hotel, Headford Road, next Tuesday June 12 at 5.30pm.

Spectacular progress for children’s project

A researcher has hailed the “spectacular progress” made by a Castlebar-based children’s project and said its work was a model for other countries to follow. “What’s going on here in Mayo is of international significance,” said Professor Howard Stevenson of the University of Lincoln. He was speaking at the open day of MCI, an organisation for young people living with domestic abuse and family conflict in Ireland.

Business group to campaign for fairer commercial rates

A new national business organisation, Irish Employers for Affordable Rates (IEAR), which wants the Government to reform the present local authority commercial rates system, was launched recently.

Mayo Multilingual booklet

The Mayo Multilingual Support Services Booklet was recently launched in Castlebar by Jim Power of the Mayo County Childcare Committee. The booklet was developed to provide information on support services for children and families that are available in Mayo.


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