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A new training programme to provide start up assistance to small food businesses has been launched in Galway.
The Local Enterprise Office Galway is to sponsor the categories of Best in Galway and Best in Farmers Market Galway at the Blas Na hEireann Awards in Dingle later this year.
Two Roscommon councillors are calling for water charges to be suspended for businesses in areas of the county where water is unsafe for consumption.
Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony, has welcomed the announcement that free educating and training places are being provided for up 6,500 people who are long-term unemployed. The Momentum programme is a Government initiative, which has been launched by the Minister for Education, Ruairí Quinn, and the Minister of State for Training and Skills, Ciarán Cannon.
Egg prices across the EU have increased by 40 per cent so far this year. To date the average price in Ireland has only gone up by five per cent but this is set to change very shortly as the impact of the EU wide shortage of eggs hits Ireland.
Westmeath’s councillors have pledged to do all they can to support the local farming community, after receiving a presentation from the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) on some of the challenges facing the county’s farmers.
Managing director Oliver Foley started Canore Hygiene in 1987, working initially as a one man operation in the hygiene sector. Today Oliver presides over a company that employs 13 staff, and is recognised as a major player in the Irish hygiene market. It has been a long and eventful journey, but the company’s philosophy of concentrating on the highest standards of customer service has enabled it to grow and thrive, despite very challenging market conditions.