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Canney demands “sea change in attitude’ on Farm Assist scheme

“Nothing short of a sea change in attitude” to Farm Assist is needed within the Department of Social Protection as thousands of farmers are losing out through red tape or getting payments lower than they are entitled to.

Imagine the future of possibilities with proper broadband

Imagine is to roll out more high speed broadband services in Mayo. This will make high speed broadband available to homes in the area from Ballina to Castlebar and Islandeady to Swinford and the rural areas in between. This further investment in the county is a result of the large demand for services in the broadband black spots that Imagine has already covered.

Rural Galway declines - and no one is shouting stop

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It only seems like yesterday that rural Ireland was standing up to the Dublin 4 diktat. Luke 'Ming' Flanagan was in the Dáil and the Turf Cutters and Contractors Association was waging a crusade which took rural areas by storm. Ming and Michael Fitzmaurice, backed by an able backroom team, were uniting people against the over-centralised Irish State and its masters in Brussels and Berlin.

Minister Naughten to host live Q&A on broadband

In a social media first, Minister for Communications Denis Naughten is to participate in a live broadcast on Facebook addressing questions from the public on the delivery of high speed broadband to every home and business in Ireland.

Imagine high speed broadband expands to further areas in Mayo

Imagine is to roll out more high speed broadband services in Mayo. This will make high speed broadband available to homes in the area from Ballina to Castlebar and Islandeady to Swinford and the rural areas in between. This further investment in the county is a result of the large demand for services in the broadband black spots that Imagine has already covered. 

Fastcom to offer broadband services to 23k homes and business in Mayo

Fastcom, the Sligo-based telecommunications company, recently announced it had signed an open access agreement with open eir, the wholesale division of eir. The deal gives Fastcom access to 135,000 premises in Ireland’s west and northwest – including more than 23,200 homes and businesses in Mayo – allowing it to help make the area one of the best-served rural regions in Ireland.

Thousands of properties may be left without high speed broadband

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More than 55,000 properties in Galway have no access to high-speed broadband, and some may not have until 2022, according to Communications Minister Denis Naughten.

75,000 Galway properties to be left without adequate broadband because of delays

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More than 55,000 properties in Galway have no access to high-speed broadband, and some may not have until 2022, according to Communications Minister Denis Naughten.

‘Rainy Day Fund’ positive step in prudential economic management, says Chamber chief

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Speaking on Tuesday following the Government’s announcement of the summer economic statement, president of Galway Chamber Conor O’Dowd welcomed the increased commitment to capital expenditure but cautioned that further investment increases are likely to be necessary in the coming years.

West punches above its weight, Curran Financial Services event told

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Galway and the west is a region that is punching way above its weight, particularly when it comes to sectors such as Medtech and Fintech — and local professional service firms were seeing a gradual recovery in the economic fortunes of their clients — So heard the audience at an event hosted by Curran Financial Services, Galway’s premium planning and investment advisory firm, and newly-established strategic tax firm, Laura Lynch & Associates, in association with Davy Select.

 

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