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Put the Midlands at the top of your list for development, is the message being sent from the new president of the Midlands Gateway Chamber to the Irish Government.
Local business people are calling on the local authorities to save town centres in Mayo from desertion by allowing for leniency when it comes to car parking. Recommendations for such changes to restrictive parking regimes were outlined this week in the Retail Grocery Dairy and Allied Trades Association (RGDATA) report entitled A Nightmare on Every Street. The RGDATA is seeking new guidelines to end the parking policy inconsistencies of local authorities and help combat the pull of shoppers to out of town retail centres with free parking.
The new president of Castlebar Chamber, Oliver Kelleher, will have The Gathering Ireland 2013 as his main focus for the coming year.
For nearly 50 years Monroe’s has been a pivotal landmark in Galway and its influence on the city’s social and music scene seems set to continue. By taking the plunge into expansion the business has transformed itself into a top music venue - a welcoming place where you can not only enjoy a fine pint and a delicious pizza, but also a night of great company and even better music.
President of Athlone Chamber, Michael O’Brien, has called for the immediate introduction of domestic water charges.
Kilkenny is to be awash with sumptuous food and wine this weekend with the commencement of the fourth annual Savour Kilkenny Food Festival, which is taking the city by storm.
Electric cars are now a reality for Ireland, according to Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Eamon Ryan.
Speaking at the Society of the Irish Motor Industry’s (SIMI) AGM last week, the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources Eamon Ryan said, “Electric cars are now a reality for Ireland”.
Kilkenny Business Women’s Network will host a ‘lunch n’ learn’ in the Rivercourt Hotel next Monday, March 8, for International Women’s Day.
Last Saturday’s bad weather put paid to a challenge match that my own club Young Irelands, had pencilled in for preparation for round three of the league, so I found a bit of spare time on hands.