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Now in its 23rd year in Ireland, the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2020 programme nominations are officially open.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its first public auction of 2020 next Thursday, February 20, in The Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. The auction will offer properties from across the province including homes, commercial properties, investment assets, and agricultural holdings. Last year the company's auctions averaged a success rate of more than 90 per cent sold, the highest success rate in Ireland, and the auction team are confident that success will continue throughout 2020. The IAM Sold group, which sells properties all over Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Great Britain, was confirmed as the largest auction provider in Ireland and the UK with more than 3,000 sales last year.
Sophia Shally, from St Louis Community School, has been recognised as one of 20 exceptional young people from across Ireland, who have been chosen as some of the country’s most outstanding youth volunteers, working to make a positive impact on their local communities.
IN 1798 three major ideas erupted into Irish politics and thought – Irish Protestants created Irish Republicanism and asserted that Irish people had the right to self-determination; and that Irishness itself could – should – be a broad and inclusive identity.
THE MAN In The Woman's Shoes and I Hear You and Rejoice, Mikel Murfi's highly acclaimed one man shows, return to the Town Hall Theatre for what may be the final time.
Oh, so much to talk about, so much to discuss. So where do we begin?
With the phoney war finally over, and the General Election upon us, the election and its aftermath is now the only thing occupying the minds of politicians and political anoraks. However it is by no means the only thing that should interest us.
As the year is nearing its end, IAM Sold Property Auction wishes all its clients a happy Christmas and prosperous New Year as the team review the year of auctions for 2019.
Well, we have the UK result, and indeed Boris carried it off. Such a huge result for him, and for the Conservative Party. When you saw the maps on the screen, and what were once red Labour strongholds completely overrun by the blue of the Tories who took over most of those seats, it was quite amazing. Of course, I stayed up till after four in the morning looking at it on TV. No matter what you say about Boris Johnson, he put his heart and soul into the campaign, and he won.
I was thinking back on Dáil business last week, and the real heroes and winners of any of the debates which were held were those who went and protested against what we might loosely call the ‘Bingo legislation’. This was legislation which the Government was bringing in, not to curtail bingo players, but to have a more equitable share-out of the funding of such events.