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Gift Grub Live 3 is coming to Galway

MARIO ROSENSTOCK, one of Ireland’s greatest satirists, impersonators, and comedians is bringing his new show Gift Grub Live 3 to Galway.

Higgins calls for stand-alone bank for farmers

Establishing a new stand-alone bank for farmers is the only solution to the closure of the ACC Bank and the increasing dominance of AIB and Bank of Ireland in the State’s banking sector.

O’Mahony welcomes maintenance of pay and file deadlines

Fine Gael Mayo TD John O’Mahony has welcomed the decision by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD, not to introduce any changes to the pay and file regime for next year.

Home renovation tax incentive scheme will benefit both homeowners and tradesmen - Mulherin

Fine Gael Mayo TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan that home renovation tax incentive scheme is being introduced to help families renovate their homes.

Retention of lower VAT rate and scrapping air travel tax is a great boost to tourism

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring has said that the retention of the nine per cent VAT rate for tourism services will be a great boost to the tourism sector. Minister Ring has also warmly welcomed the scrapping of the air travel tax, as introduced by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD, as part of Budget 2014.

Government ‘plans to take ninety million out of farmers’ pockets’ warns Ó Cuív

The Government plans to take €90 million out of farmers’ pockets in 2014, a move that is “totally unacceptable”, particularly in light of the 18 months of poor weather up to June.

Cllr Mannion urges Minister to protect jobs by retaining low VAT rate

The Minister for Finance is being urged to either retain the nine per cent VAT rate or introduce a lower rate in support of the hospitality and tourism sectors as well as retaining and creating jobs.

Budget must not reward cowboy builders, says Higgins

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Cowboy builders who have left local authorities with unfinished estates and unpaid development fees must not be rewarded by Budget 2014 with construction sector VAT reduction.

Low number of bank mediations ‘alarming’ says Higgins

The number of customers engaged in mediation with their banks is “alarmingly low”, given the number of complaints against the financial sector is on the rise.

Galway ‘will fall behind’ without support for major projects, says chamber

Galway will not be able to maintain its position as the third largest city in the State and “will fall behind” in terms of development unless vital infrastructure and investment projects are supported by Government.

 

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