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New security equipment for Knock Airport

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Ireland West Airport Knock is to upgrade security measures with two new devices to detect explosives and a new security scanner.

Seniors Alert funding in Mayo

Tacú Family Resource Centre has received funding of €3,845 and Kilmovee Urlaur Community Alert has received €2,075 under the Seniors Alert Grant Scheme.

Seniors Alert grants for Foxford

A funding grant of €3,982.50 has been awarded to the Foxford SS, otherwise known as the Mary Aikenhead Council, under the new Seniors Alert Scheme.

Mayo groups to receive funding for safety of older people

Pat Carey TD, Minister at the Department of Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs, has announced funding of over €39,000 for a further 24 community and voluntary groups under the new Seniors Alert Scheme. In Mayo groups to receive funding are Fahy Community Alert Group, €279.90; Louisburgh Lecanvey Community Alert, €547.00; SVDP St Colman’s Conference, €2,458.00.

White welcomes extra funding for the elderly

Green Party Junior Minister Mary White has welcomed the announcement of a further €16,000 in grants for community and voluntary groups under the Scheme of Community Support for Older People.

Funding received for home security

Government funding of almost €5,000 towards home security for older people has just been allocated to Comharchumann Forbartha Cill tSeandna, Ballina, as part of a national total of €138,000 for community and voluntary groups.

51 per cent of businesses victims of crime, says SFA

A survey conducted by the Small Firms Association and released earlier this week, shows that 51 per cent of businesses have been victims of crime on at least one occasion in the past year.

Elderly in Carlow receive cash boost

Two Carlow organisations dealing with the elderly have been given a cash boost this week by John Curran TD, Minister of State (with special responsibility for the National Drugs Strategy and Community Affairs) at the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.

Kiltimagh receives funding for support for older people

John Curran TD, Minister of State with special responsibility for Community Affairs and the National Drugs Strategy at the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, has announced the provision of funding for a further 51 community and voluntary organisations under the Scheme of Community Support for Older People, with Kiltimagh in line to receive €985.30.

Business opportunity to let

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Unit 66, Slí Gheal, Ballymoneen Road, Knocknacarra, offers a unique opportunity for someone looking to start a business without the need for a large investment.

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