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Claremorris Chamber of Commerce fights for Western Rail Corridor

Lack of information and disinformation is clouding the case for the Western Rail Corridor which must proceed to cope with huge demand for rail travel in the region, according to Claremorris Chamber of Commerce.

New motorway cuts commute time to Waterford

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The penultimate stretch of the N9 /N10 dual carriageway between Danesfort in Kilkenny and Waterford city has been opened to the public.

No experience required…

I wrote recently of the urgent need for competence in Government. Commercial competence gained through experience at the coalface is essential to successfully negotiate the current economic challenges. In any major public organisation the people at the helm are appointed on ability gained through experience of working at a high level in business.

Claremorris man presented with National Volunteer Award

A farmer from Mayo was one of 11 recipients of National Awards to Volunteers in Irish Sport on Wednesday.

Sail on — let’s continue the Riverdance effect

At the 11th hour the Government saw sense and agreed to provide the funding that will allow Galway to compete on a slightly more level playing pitch with its rivals in Lisbon and in our sister city of Lorient for the right to stage a second stopover of the Volvo Ocean Race. The commitment of the €4 million by sports minister Martin Cullen is a real boon to the region, as we know just how good an investment that amount of money is.

Government commits €4 million for Galway’s Volvo Ocean Race stopover bid

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Galway stands a real chance of again hosting a stopover in the 2010 Volvo Ocean Race, and thereby enjoying a major economic and tourism boost, with the announcement this week that the Government has committed €4 million to support the city’s bid to host a port stopover.

Multiple prizes for young Kilkenny trucker

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A young Kilkenny man has won first place in three categories at the annual truck show held in in Naas, Co Kildare, last weekend.

Little Sisters of the Poor excited about new home

 The new €20m Little Sisters of the Poor care facility for the elderly moved a step closer with the recent official ‘groundbreaking’ ceremony on the site at Ferrybank on the Waterford / Kilkenny border.

WIT to host international business conference

Waterford Institute of Technology is gearing up to host a world-class business and education conference from July 28 to August 1 with the event featuring representatives and guest lecturers from as far a-field as Malaysia and the US.

Erris area to boost tourism


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