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The changing shape of Revenue powers

With Exchequer funds shrinking, Revenue inspectors have focused on their powers for tax collection and are moving much quicker on late tax payments especially VAT.

The changing shape of Revenue powers

With Exchequer funds shrinking, Revenue inspectors have focused on their powers for tax collection and are moving much quicker on late tax payments especially VAT.

Move to regulate casual trading with new bylaws

Draft bylaws on casual trading in the St Peter’s Square, St Mary’s Square, and the Civic Square in Athlone are to be presented to councillors at their November meeting, according to town clerk John Walsh.

A Christmas wonderland in Salthill

A new indoor Christmas fair is to take place on Sunday December 20 in Leisureland, Salthill. A ‘Winter Wonderland’ awaits as visitors are urged to go and soak up the atmosphere, browse the market stalls, visit Father Christmas in Santa’s grotto, and enjoy homemade food, mulled wine, and hot chocolate.

Castlebar councillors looking for major reduction in rates

The tough balancing act of coming up with a balanced budget for 2010 looks to be getting harder for the executive of Castlebar Town Council. Next Tuesday the council will meet to try to thrash out a budget for the coming year, Town manager Seamus Granahan has recommend a zero per cent increase in the rates for business in the town in his manager’s report. However for the councillors that is not good enough as a number of independent councillors and the Fine Gael councillors will be looking for a reduction in the rates.

 

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