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Toyota’s 221 special offers available now

Toyota, Ireland’s best-selling car brand, is offering 221 offers for new car sales registered on or before December 31.

Murphy wants derelict sites returned to use

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A Green councillor has queried whether consultants working on investigating derelict sites have added any sites to the Derelict Sites Register.

Percentage rise in start-ups but growth slows in quarter three

The first nine months of the year have seen a 28 percent increase in new company start-ups across Ireland, versus this time 12 months ago, according to new data published by credit risk analyst CRIFVision-Net.

Local Minister of State leads Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland trade visit

Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deputy Robert Troy, departed for a five-day trade and investment visit to Canada and the United States covering Toronto, Montréal, Boston and New York, this week.

Lorraine Hall: The Cleaning Corporation

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Lorraine Hall is Director of The Cleaning Corporation, Breaffy, Castlebar - a husband and wife operation and thriving cleaning business since 1995.

Moate Action Group look to future with completion of community projects

Community centred, the Moate Action Group addresses the regeneration of Moate town through social, economic, environmental, and built form.

Simon Communities of Ireland research shows two sides of homelessness

The Simon Communities of Ireland’s has published two research reports: ‘The Experiences of Simon Community Service Users During the Pandemic’ and ‘Sustaining the Accelerant?: The response of Simon Communities to Four Waves of the Covid-19 Pandemic’.

Initiative Ireland publish detailed annual housing report ‘Housing 2021’

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Initiative Ireland ( have published its fourth annual housing report, entitled Housing 2021.

National Women’s Enterprise Day open for Mayo entrepreneurs

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Female entrepreneurs and budding businesswomen from across Mayo are being encouraged to look to the future and register for this year’s National Women’s Enterprise Day after the line-up for the event was announced.

Poly to create 200 jobs in new EMEA Centre of Excellence in Galway

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Global Audio and Video Technology Powerhouse Poly today (Thursday) announced the opening of its new EMEA Centre of Excellence in Galway, expected to create more than 200 high-skilled jobs over the next five years. The global communications company is investing in the region to meet the growing demand for its premium audio and video products as businesses adjust to managing highly distributed workforces.


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