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Belclare to Murrisk Greenway is now scrapped - says councillor

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Mayo County Council has confirmed that responsibility for the development of greenway trails around the county has been transferred from the Department of Rural and Community Development to Transport Infrastructure Ireland - and that the only discussions regarding Mayo greenway trails underway with TII relate to the Bunnacurry section in Achill.

Alliance Strategies announce plans to create 15 jobs in Galway

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Alliance Strategies, the umbrella entity that strategically and tactically serves the Alliance Abroad global footprint as a leading facilitator of global cultural exchange programs, yesterday announced plans to hire 15 employees in Galway over the next five years.

The most common mistakes people make when buying a property in Galway

Sometimes people over-extend themselves, according to Liam Farragher. Liam's advice is clear, set your budget and stick to it. Tony Kavanagh mentions finance as an area where people sometimes fail to do enough research. Tony recommends taking to a mortgage broker to get the best advice on the cost of mortgages.

New TAMS is welcome news for farmers in Athlone and surrounding areas

The Targeted Agricultural Modernisation Scheme (TAMS) has returned for 2023 with €440 million in funding available for farmers looking to modernise and upgrade their farms.

Athlone businesses invited to participate in annual Local Enterprise Week 2023

Businesses in Athlone and throughout County Westmeath are being invited to participate in an exciting programme of events and topics to mark Local Enterprise Week 2023.

More homebuyers in Westmeath now eligible for Local Authority home loan

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Deputy Darragh O’Brien, has announced significant improvements to the Local Authority home loan that will result in more people in County Westmeath being eligible to apply for the State-backed mortgage.

Significant number of employers signal wage increases as salaries experience rises during 2022

Employers could have a fight on their hands to hold onto their staff this year – six in ten (60percent) workers could potentially change jobs in 2023 and almost one in three (30percent) are definitely considering it.

Annual festival and event training programme for local communities

Festivals and events have become common place in rural communities across County Westmeath and are a valuable resource to local communities and visiting tourists, promoting the county’s rich heritage in music, film and theatre, festivals can range from casual events to more extravagant affairs which need extensive skills and know how.

Athlone Credit Union offering a mortgage home loan to suit your needs

Whether building, buying or trading up Athlone Credit Union has the mortgage home loan to suit your needs.

Remote and hybrid job posts up 43% as Ireland embraces flexible working

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A new report published today (09.01.23) by Zoom in collaboration with FRS Recruitment shows Irish job posts offering remote and hybrid work are up 43% over 12 months. Ireland’s hybrid advantage: How flexible working is empowering Irish society and economy indicates growing demand for more flexible work options, with hybrid roles offering rural areas greater access to higher urban-based salaries.


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