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Clowns to the right, voters to the left

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Half of the 27 candidates who have declared for the Midlands-North-West European Parliament constituency set out their stalls at two similar events this week with very different outcomes.

New low point for housing stock availability pushes county property prices higher

A new low for housing stock availability has resulted in the escalation of property premiums in County Westmeath, the latest Daft.ie house price report has revealed.

County Westmeath rents continue to rise in final quarter of year - Daft.ie report

Market rents in County Westmeath were on average 1% higher in the final quarter of 2023 than a year previously, compared to a rise of 7% seen a year ago, the latest quarterly Daft.ie rental report has revealed.

Government urged to provide urgent stimulus package for West and North West

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The Government is being urged to provide the West and North West with a stimulus package worth at least €570 million to kick-start development across the ailing area. The call has been made by the Northern and Western Regional Assembly (NWRA) in a submission to the Department of Finance ahead of Budget 2024 next month.

The closure of 120 rural pubs in Galway 'just the beginning' warns councillor

The loss of 120 of pubs in Galway since 2005, including 20 closures last year, is just the beginning warns Chair of County Galway Vintners, Cllr Joe Sheridan, as rising taxation and lack of support from the State has endangered a cornerstone of Ireland - the rural pub.

Midlands region set for €68 million investment in tourism infrastructure by 2026

A major tourism conference, complete with guest speakers, Late Late Show host Patrick Kielty, former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, UN Special Advisor Anita Mendiratta and Minister for Tourism, Deputy Catherine Martin, will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel Athlone on Monday, September 18.

Scarcity of available properties causing continuous increase in rent prices - IPAV

Commenting on the recent RTB Q1 Rent Index IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said one of the primary reasons rents continue to increase at a high level, 9.2 percent nationally, is because of the scarcity of properties.

Electrifying Ireland’s vehicle fleet presents a ‘huge challenge’

A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles on Irish roads by 2030 will be a “huge challenge” unless the Government incentivises and supports dealing with the oldest polluting cars, while exponentially increasing the charging infrastructure nationwide.

Electrifying Ireland’s vehicle fleet a ‘huge challenge’

A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles on Irish roads by 2030 will be a “huge challenge” unless the Government incentivises and supports dealing with the oldest polluting cars, while increasing the charging infrastructure nationwide.

Report highlights huge challenge for decarbonisation of Ireland’s vehicle fleet

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A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles (EVs) on the road by 2030 will be a huge challenge unless the Government incentivises and supports dealing with the oldest polluting cars, while exponentially increasing the charging infrastructure nationwide - according to a new report by Arup and economist Jim Power on reducing light fleet carbon emissions to achieve Government targets.

 

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