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Irish estate agents see Myanmar as new opportunity

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Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, holds an array of as yet untapped opportunities for many Irish professionals. Among the early movers recognising this the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV), which has just signed a memorandum of understanding with the EU Myanmar Centre (EUMC), a not-for-profit non-governmental organisation tasked with facilitating trade, commerce and investment between Myanmar and the 28 EU member states.

Minister impressed with Athlone’s new gallery

Athlone’s new contemporary art gallery has really impressed the arts minister, who said he is blown away by the facility and its contribution to Athlone’s cultural landscape.

Cash boost for local public libraries

Public libraries in Ballymahon, Roscommon, and Ballinasloe are to benefit from funding as part of a two-year development plan for the library sector, it was announced this week.

A lot to come for Westmeath in the next three years

There was some good news for the county this week when Westmeath County Council formally revealed its three year capital programme.

A lot to come for Westmeath in the next three years

There was some good news for the county this week when Westmeath County Council formally revealed its three year capital programme.

1,000 new jobs created by Udaras — report states

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A total of 1,038 new jobs were created and 928 new jobs approved in 2007 in Gaeltacht areas, according to their annual report launch this yesterday.

1,000 new jobs created by Udaras — report states

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A total of 1,038 new jobs were created and 928 new jobs approved in 2007 in Gaeltacht areas, according to their annual report launch this yesterday.

Celebration at opening of Rochfortbridge Community Hall

Rochfortbridge Community Hall was officially opened on Wednesday September 30 by Cllr Fintan Cooney, chairman of Westmeath County Council, and blessed by His Excellency Rev Michael Smith, Bishop of Meath, at a ceremony organised by the hall committee and attended by local community groups, public representatives, and officials.

Vision 2020 at the people’s airport

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More words have been written and spoken on Ireland West Airport Knock than any other Irish airport. Everyone has a tale to tell, a memory to recall, an opinion to offer — and all with the same gusto that characterised the man behind the ‘people’s airport’, Monsignor James Horan.

Youth facilities to be provided at Ballinrobe’s Maple Hall

The Maple Hall in Ballinrobe, which has been lying derelict for a decade, will receive a face lift now that the Ballinrobe Family Resource Centre has been granted a lease for the premises.

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