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Former Finance Minister Alan Dukes holds Eurozone forum in AIT

Former Minister Alan Dukes declared that if we used the capacity of the Eurozone that’s available today, we could do a far better job for all 500 million citizens of the EU. Mr Dukes and solicitor Ursula Tipp, addressed the question of European Economic Policy – What's in it for Ireland? at the evening seminar, jointly organised with European Movement Ireland, in Athlone Institute of Technology last week.

EU/US trade agreement could lead to privatisation of Irish water supply

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Fears that Irish Water and the water supply network could eventually be privatised are increasing in the wake of major international trade agreements the EU is conducting with the USA and Canada.

Unconditional Love: A mother’s story

Sophie Loren once said “When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child” and that is most certainly true of a lady whose story I am about to relate.

Bank of Ireland announces major redevelopment to Mainguard Street branch

Bank of Ireland has announced major renovations to its branch on Mainguard Street.

Learn to go online for €20 at the Learning Institute

The Learning Institute, Galway, has been successful in securing funding from the Irish Computer Society and is now offering computer courses for beginners for €20.

Learn to go online for €20 at the Learning Institute

The Learning Institute, Galway, has been successful in securing funding from the Irish Computer Society and is now offering computer courses for beginners for €20.

Third female candidate for FG in Connemara

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Three of Fine Gael’s four Connemara candidates in May’s Local Elections will be women, with Mary McHugh being the latest addition to the ticket.

CEDRA report finds Gort hit hardest by recession

Of all the towns in Ireland the recession hit Gort the hardest, falling from the top 10 per cent in 2002 to the bottom 10 per cent by 2011, according to a Teagasc supported research conducted by the Commission for the Economic Development or Rural Areas (CEDRA).

Learn to go online for €20

The Learning Institute, Galway, has been successful in securing funding from the Irish Computer Society, and as a result the institute is now offering a range of computer courses for beginners for just €20.

Numbers on Live Register dropped by 6.2 per cent in Mayo in 2013 — O’Mahony

Fine Gael Mayo TD John O’Mahony has this week welcomed a 6.2 per cent drop in the number of people on the Live Register in Mayo over the last 12 months. Deputy O’Mahony was speaking following the publication of figures by the Central Statistics Office, which show that, nationally, the Live Register has now dropped for the last 18 months in a row.

 

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