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Chambers Ireland highlights lack of talent due to housing crisis

Chambers Ireland, on behalf of its 38 affiliated Chambers throughout the length and breadth of the country, made an unusual plea to government this week as it highlighted obstacles to growth due to poor planning and the current housing crisis, despite employment being at a high right now.

Right to build your own home in Rural Ireland to be protected – Burke

The Fine Gael Minister of State for Planning and Local Government, County Westmeath Deputy, Peter Burke, has announced that new rural housing guidelines will include the right to build your own home in remote areas and in rural Ireland if people have a work or family reason to do so.

No rise in females in top financial services roles, says Network Ireland

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Women’s business group Network Ireland has expressed disappointment that there has been no improvement to the numbers of females in the top roles in the financial services sector.

Edel Kenny appointed President of Network Ireland Mayo

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The Mayo branch of Network Ireland, an organisation supporting the professional and personal development of women, has announced the election of Edel Kenny as their new President for 2022.

Live for a year in a restored ‘1 Euro’ Sicilian home


Support for sport initiative opens

Valero Energy (Ireland) Limited – the company that markets fuel in Ireland under the Texaco brand – has announced that its Texaco Support for Sport initiative will be held again this year.

€755,577 for Mayo music under Live Performance Support Scheme

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Funding of €755,577 has been issued to a proposed event series in Mayo under the Live Performance Support Scheme (LPSS), it was announced this week, with the funding varying from €26,446 to €159,536 issued for nine proposed event series by organisers based in Mayo.

‘The world cannot turn away from what is happening in Israel-Palestine’

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The current upsurge in violence in Israel-Palestine which includes civilian deaths, the destruction of homes, and even forms of ethnic cleansing, “will not be solved” if the world turns away, and “lets the cycle of violence, oppression, and destruction continue”.

Ireland needs to keep an eye on what is happening in Europe

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While domestic issues are likely to continue to dominate the political agenda – this past week seeing the re-emergence with a vengeance of the housing crisis as some light begins to emerge at the end of the pandemic tunnel – the coming months will also feature some tumultuous developments in European politics that may have significant implications for Ireland.

A year like no other

A year since Ireland went into a Covid-induced lockdown, we can look back and see how we have suffered and stagnated, progressed and then regressed in attempts to return to our pre-Covid normality.

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