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Developer seeks permit extension even after receiver appointed

An application to build 30 houses at a site in north Westmeath may not be the green shoot of recovery it seems, after it was revealed that the applicant company had receivers appointed in October.

Budget 2011 will add to the problems of property investors

Budget 2011 is unique as the framework and some of the planned changes were detailed in the Four Year Plan which was published two weeks ago. The financial adjustment was set at €6b with €4b coming from expenditure cuts and €2b coming from increased taxation. The precise details of the tax changes had to remain until the Budget was published but given the size of the financial adjustment all sectors of society had much to fear when the Minister stood up in the Dail to introduce his budget.

Is your sports club maximising donations?

Sports and community groups are slow to become approved and use tax relief for donations to stretch funding.

Dragons’ Den presenter to address Midlands business community

One of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs, Gavin Duffy, will be keynote speaker on the importance of working on your business to succeed at a Midlands Gateway Chamber event, sponsored by Russell Brennan Keane Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors.

Dragons’ Den presenter to address Midlands business community

One of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs, Gavin Duffy, will be keynote speaker on the importance of working on your business to succeed at a Midlands Gateway Chamber event, sponsored by Russell Brennan Keane Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors.

Crescent is latest Athlone “institution” to close its doors

Another town landmark will close its doors for the final time on August 18 when the Crescent ceases trading as a convenience store.

Employment subsidy scheme

Applicants for the second call of the employment subsidy scheme, a €70 million fund to assist in sustaining jobs have recently been notified as to whether or not they have been successful. Russell Brennan Keane’s clients are among the 2,590 businesses in Ireland that applied for support, and 80 per cent of applications made by the firm’s clients were successful. For many of these businesses it has proved to be a timely boost to cashflow with support of up to €9,100 per employee being secured.

Mayo man to contest Athlone local election

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Castlebar native Alan Shaw has put his name in the ring for the Town Council election in Athlone, Co Westmeath. Alan was born in Snugboro and is son of Matt and Kathleen Shaw.

Rural businesses fight back

Developing an action plan to secure the future of rural shops and businesses at the heart of rural communities is the objective of a national seminar being held in Castlepollard, Co Westmeath on Tuesday, September 29.

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