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Sports partnership launches local sports investment scheme

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Following their investment announcement recently Mayo Sports Partnership has now launched details of its upcoming Special Participation Grant Scheme for 2015.

Irish foreign property investors urged to manage expectations

The recent upturn in Dublin property prices has led to a surprising increase in the numbers of Irish people considering investing in foreign property. However, international property resale consultant Extrasales is urging investors to consider all the facts first.

Swinford solicitors to challenge criteria for closure of local courthouse

All of the Swinford solicitors and their staff are challenging the evaluation criteria set out by the Courts Service in an effort to have at least one court in operation for east Mayo. At present, based on the flawed criteria and a lack of meaningful engagement with the local community, the closure is likely. It also comes at a time when Swinford Garda Station has been downgraded and the closure of the local Teagasc office is imminent.

“I’m not sleeping and I’m living on €20 a week” - distressed students

Students at Athlone Institute of Technology have been speaking out about the difficulties they have been experiencing with the much criticised SUSI student grant application system.

Free Irish language classes from Sinn Féin

Sinn Féin will hold Irish language classes in the office on 70 Prospect Hill, beginning next Monday at 7pm.

New Year is an opportunity to get back to the land

A new year begins and with it comes a series of mixed messages that serve to confuse rather than fortify resolve. Appeals by charities abroad for funding against famine and war reveal that while austerity may now be hitting home, these current dark times fail to compare against emergency situations where basic human needs such as food and shelter are not being met.

John Paul lauds ‘fair’ budget

Kilkenny TD John Paul Phelan has said that this week’s Budget is ‘fair’ and that it contains a number of positives for Kilkenny.

Commuters can save hundreds with Bus Éireann’s Taxsaver Ticket

Commuters can save themselves up to 52 per cent on the cost of point to point annual/ yearly and monthly Bus Éireann tickets and also Galway city bus tickets with the Taxsaver Commuter Ticket.

Save half your bus fare with a Taxsaver Commuter Ticket

Commuters in Galway can save themselves up to 52 per cent on the cost of point to point annual/yearly and monthly Bus Éireann tickets and also Galway city bus tickets with the Taxsaver Commuter Ticket.

Check out travel costs before going on holiday

Ireland ranks in the top 10 most expensive fuel regions in Europe and internationally but many popular tourist destinations are also severely affected by rising fuel prices, according to Conor Faughnan of the AA. As people’s attention turns to holidays abroad at this time of year, the AA is consequently advising those travelling to be aware of costs.

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