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Jobs plan launch abandons Ballina, Erris, and east Mayo, says Calleary

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny had a busy schedule around Castlebar on Monday, first launching the West Region Action Plan for Jobs alongside Minister for Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation Richard Bruton in Cashin Print in Castlebar. The pair followed that with a tree planting ceremony at the IDA Advance facility on the Breaffy Road, which is due to see construction begin in quarter one of next year, before the Taoiseach paid a visit to the site of the new swimming pool and Outdoor Pursuits Academy at Lough Lannagh on which work began this week.

Alcom and IP Telecom to provide Zero Rental SIP service for businesses

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Alcom Telecommunications based in Galway City and Ireland’s leading SIP/VoIP service provider IP Telecom have recently signed contracts to provide its customers with the SIP Trunks to enable customers to use their existing IP PBX phone system on the SIP network. SIP Trunks provide a business-class voice service harnessing the full potential of high quality broadband links to make significant savings in overall communications costs by eliminating expensive PRI, FRA and ISDN monthly line rental charges. Customers can save thousands of euros per annum by implementing SIP Trunks.

Farrington to run for Renua in Mayo

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RENUA Ireland have announced that their Mayo candidate in the forthcoming General Election will be Michael Farrington. Mr Farrington, who is based in the Mayo East area of the constituency, said in the wake of his nomination that his objective was to build on the strengths this unique part of the country has.

Open days for Galway Community College secondary school

Galway Community College has been meeting the educational needs of the city’s Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate students for more than 45 years. The college is continually improving its facilities to serve the needs of all learners.

Litmus test for capital investment will be to ensure regional job creation — Calleary

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Enterprise Dara Calleary is warning that the Government’s Capital Expenditure Plan hinges on its ability to ensure regional job creation. While the capital expenditure programme is necessary to ensure that important projects are progressed, it is essential that the regions are not forgotten.

Broadband promises broken — Chambers

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Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Mayo Cllr Lisa Chambers has accused the Government of breaking yet another promise on broadband. As part of the Capital Investment Programme announced this week, Communications Minister Alex White pledged to spend €275m on the National Broadband Plan. However, that is significantly less than the €512m initially promised for the project.

€225,000 funding for three Mayo projects under capital investment plan for rural towns and villages

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An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, announced this week €225,000 worth of funding for three projects in Mayo under the capital investment plan for rural towns and villages. The €225,000 from a €30 million pot nationally will see projects developed in Castlebar, Swinford, and in Geesala.

O’Rourke calls for national audit of mobile phone coverage

Fianna Fáil Councillor Aengus O’Rourke has called on the Government to conduct an independent nationwide audit of mobile phone coverage in the country and grade what standard of coverage is in place in all regions.

Údarás welcomes broadband upgrade in Galway Gaeltacht

Udarás na Gaeltachta has welcomed the recent upgrade works undertaken by Eircom Wholesale which provides substantially increased bandwidth capability to the exchanges in parts of the Galway Gaeltacht.

 

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