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Mullingar aims to become call centre hub

A new course has been launched by Mullingar Chamber of Commerce with the aim of helping to market Mullingar as a “call centre hub”.

Inistioge vintage rally kicks off on the Nore

Heritage cargo boats will sail up the Nore valley on a rising tide from New Ross this weekend as they did for hundreds of years before the road and rail networks made them redundant.


Critical infrastructure and the allocation of social housing needs to be seriously addressed by government legislation. The putting in place of critical infrastructure for badly needed projects in Ireland and the processes involved in ensuring such projects become a reality needs to be radically overhauled and the whole timeframe needs to be dramatically speeded up and transformed.

Giving people an alternative

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With just over two months to go until the polls open and the public get to cast their ballot in the local elections, a new candidate has just entered the race in the Ballina area. This entrant has a long political history in his family and even counts a former Fianna Fáil TD as his uncle, so David Moffatt looks to have a lot going for him already. Except he’s not running on the Fianna Fáil ticket, he has embraced the red rose of Labour and will be his party’s only candidate in the highly competitive Ballina area. Moffatt himself has been involved in the Fianna Fáil party on a local level for a number of years, but his change of allegiance to the Labour party was brought about after Labour party leader Eamon Gilmore impressed him, according to the Crossmolina man. “I’ve been impressed by Eamon Gilmore’s positive message; jobs, his message of change and reform ties in with my thinking about what we need in politics now.”


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