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Digital Equipment Corporation Gathering

Just over 20 years ago Galway was rocked by the news that Digital Equipment Corporation –DEC- was closing its hardware manufacturing business in Galway with the loss of more than 750 jobs. The US computer company, which came to Galway in 1971, had a huge positive influence on the growth of Galway and in establishing Ireland as a location of choice for multinational technology companies.

Experts urge homeowners to review protection policies

Approximately 95,500 homeowners are now in arrears for their principal home for over 90 days and the majority of these may be potentially under insured on their mortgage protection. This is according to analysis of the latest Central Bank figures by Caledonian Life, who have said that of the 95,500 homeowners who are in arrears for three months, many could be unaware of the need to reflect any changes to their mortgage repayment structure in their protection policies.

Athlone Chamber backs 9 per cent VAT rate

The Restaurant Association of Ireland launched their ‘Keep VAT at 9%’ campaign in Sirocco’s Restaurant in Tullamore last week.

New education and training body established in Westmeath and Longford

July has heralded a new era for the further education and training sector in Westmeath.

Ulster Bank branches to close

The Ulster Bank is to close up to 40 branches in its latest round of cuts. However in a statement to the Mayo Advertiser a spokesperson for the bank has confirmed there are “no new job losses” as part of this announcement. Ulster Bank is implementing a programme, announced in 2012, to reduce staff numbers by 950 across the business. In a statement the bank said: “The remaining decrease in headcount should be met through natural attrition over the remaining course of the strategic plan. We continue to keep our costs under review.”

Ford launches upgraded Mondeo

Ford Ireland tells us it is now offering upgraded versions of the Mondeo with CO2 emissions reduced by up to eight per cent, improved fuel efficiency, upgraded equipment levels on mid and high series, and attractive pricing starting at €23,950 for the entry level Mondeo Graphite.

Ford launches upgraded Mondeo

Ford Ireland tells us it is now offering upgraded versions of the Mondeo with CO2 emissions reduced by up to eight per cent, improved fuel efficiency, upgraded equipment levels on mid and high series, and attractive pricing starting at €23,950 for the entry level Mondeo Graphite.

Good news for Athlone Towncentre as Monsoon jobs safe and new stores open

By Tríona Doherty

Tesco to build new Mullingar superstore as “disappointed” residents’ appeal fails

O’Growney Terrace residents have voiced their disappointment with the news that An Bord Pleanála has turned down their appeal against the planning permission granted to their large retail neighbour, Tesco.

Healthcare reforms to give ‘greater autonomy to UHG/Merlin Park’

Better services, the development of smaller, more specialised hospitals, and greater autonomy for UHG/Merlin Park will flow from the “radical restructuring” of the healthcare service announced this week.

 

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