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Frugal Westmeath is spending less than other local authorities

Westmeath is spending less than other councils in areas such as housing, roads, water, and recreation, according to a new website which compares public spending across the country.

EU Horizon 2020 to offer research opportunities for colleges and businesses in Midlands

As much as €1.25 billion is available to the Government under the EU Horizon 2020 programme so that key research projects can be carried out over the next seven years presenting “great opportunities” for third level colleges, including Athlone Institute of Technology, and businesses in the Midlands, according to MEP for Midlands-North West Pat The Cope Gallagher.

County council to face 2013 property tax of €100,000

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Galway County Council will be liable to pay for the property tax on its housing stock to the tune of between €90,000 and €100,000 by January 1, 2014, councillors at a meeting held on Monday were told.

Kilkenny County Council passes 2011 budget

Members of Kilkenny County Council finally came to an agreement on a tough budget for the county for the year ahead following lengthy discussion at a pre-Christmas special meeting convened to discuss the allocation of council funds.

Council to vote on city budget on Monday

City councillors meet on Monday to decide whether to adopt or reject the Draft City Budget, which outlines the Galway City Council’s spending plans for 2011.

Local agriculture is of economic and social importance

The importance of agriculture beyond the farm gate is often not fully appreciated, Mairead McGuinness, Fine Gael MEP, said in Swinford at the weekend.

Kilkenny projects contribute to White Young Green’s success

White Young Green in Ireland has seen the group’s gross revenue increase by 57 per cent to €74.77m and much credit for this is attributed to its business in Carlow and Kilkenny.


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