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Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, has urged local retail businesses to apply for newly available funding to support them with the enhancement of their digital capability.
Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, is encouraging retail businesses in Mayo to apply for newly available funding to support them to enhance their digital capability.
The dawn of a post-COVID-19 lockdown exit future gives rise to shoots of optimism amongst local communities impacted by a virus which has intruded on daily lives, in both personal and professional capacities.
In recent times the following direction was issued by the Minister for Housing, Planning, and Local Government relating to commercial rates and the impacts on local businesses within Athlone and its environs affected by COVID-19.
Galway based Gannet Fishmongers and EatMoreFish.ie their online fish store that delivers nationwide will deliver fish to your home, all you need to do is order it online.No queue, no wait, no cash, just pick your fish online. The online fish shop is easy,and open 24/7 just log onto www.eatmorefish.ie and shop a full selection of fresh fish, delicious treats, offers and special deals to stock up for the week.
We have nearly completed our fourth week in lockdown, and nearly 500,000 people in Ireland have been counting the economic cost of the global pandemic, as hospitality, retail, and many other sectors have halted in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Those who have been left with no job have been seeking the Pandemic Unemployment Payment of €350 a week to try to tide them over while all non-essential businesses remain closed.
In this crucial week, when we are being asked to take yet more stringent measures to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, may I to take the opportunity to congratulate you and thank you for your solidarity and vigilance.
Despite the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, the Galway City Council is continuing to provide essential services, and is asking the public to deal with it via www.galwaycity.ie, over the phone on 091 - 536400, instead of coming into the council itself.
Despite the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Galway City Council continues to provide essential services.