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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 is the closing date for the 2014 Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition.
“Financial gridlock” awaits small and medium business across Galway if the local banks do not start “providing proper support for business”.
At the beginning of February 2014, the Single European Payments Area, a payment integration initiative of the European Union, will be in full operation. The aim of the project is to improve the efficiency of cross border payments and to turn the many national clearing systems into a single payment area.
The Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at the GMIT Castlebar is presenting a seminar facilitated by the Ulster Bank on trading internationally. While this event is primarily aimed at those businesses who are potential or early exporters, anyone with interest in international trade including those businesses that are looking to import are welcome to attend this free seminar.
Roads in the Headford, Tuam, and Connemara areas of County Galway are set to benefit from grants allocated to the Galway County Council for this year’s road work's programme.
“Frightening and scary” is how one well known Mayo GAA personality described the figures presented by the Mayo County Board executive to the delegates at Monday night’s county board meeting. It had been a high pressure day for some of the principal officers, who were summoned to a meeting with Croke Park officials in the Connacht Council offices in Ballyhaunis earlier that day to discuss the financial situation of the development. County board chairman Paddy McNicholas told the meeting that they had to have a plan in place in a fortnight’s time for Croke Park and the banks.
While it may not admit it, it is hard to imagine the EU not having a Plan B if the unthinkable - or rather not as unthinkable as it was six months ago - happens and the euro ceases to be.
THE 2011 Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition returns and is open to both poets and fiction writers.
The Galway City Council is chasing €1.2 million worth of development levies it is owed. Five cases are also due to come before the District Court over the recovery of monies.