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Bagenalstown Enterprise Town Expo to showcase local businesses

Chef and businesswoman Rachel Allen (centre) at last year’s Tullow Enterprise Town exposition Rachel Allen to speak at Enterprise Town Celebrity chef Rachel Allen will be coming to Bagenalstown to participate in this year’s Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town Expo....
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Publicans report skyrocketing business insurance premiums

Rising business insurance costs burden pub owners Almost one in four pub owners have had difficulty paying for business insurance, new research conducted by Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) members reveals. The vast majority (88%) of publicans reported to...
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Carlow Foodies big hit at Food Academy Taste of Ireland awards

Carlow food producers see success at Taste of Ireland Awards Two leading Carlow food academy producers have been honoured for the quality of their wares at the annual Blas na hEireann/Taste of Ireland awards at Dingle County Kerry. Both “The Chocolate Garden of...
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Carlow businesses urged to take part in National Reuse Month

October is National Reuse Month October marks National Reuse Month, a waste prevention initiative to raise awareness about the economic and environmental benefits of reusing everyday items and materials that would otherwise go to waste. An Irish publicly funded...
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Get moving for Solas Cancer Support Centre’s Walk for Life

Run & Walk for Solas Cancer Support Centre With only a few days to go to October 9 and the start of the 2016 South East Solas Cancer Support Centre Run & Walk for Life, the registration will be taking place in the Solas Centre on the following dates and times:...
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Student Enterprise Show pushes students to consider entrepreneurship

Student Enterprise Show Secondary school students from all over County Carlow descended on Visual for this year’s Student Enterprise Show hosted by Carlow County Council’s Local Enterprise Office. The show, now in its 5th year, aims to encourage students to...
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Dublin News

Publicans report skyrocketing business insurance premiums

Rising business insurance costs burden pub owners Almost one in four pub owners have had difficulty paying for business insurance, new research conducted by Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) members reveals. The vast majority (88%) of publicans reported to...
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Local enterprise office sees an expansion to future jobs

€540k will support job creation in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown within a year Local Enterprise Office approves €540k to support job creation in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and will create 44 jobs to start with and over 100 jobs within the next twelve months. Local Enterprise...
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Older people in Dublin encouraged to apply for Fuel Allowance

Tánaiste encourages older people to apply for Fuel Allowance Frances Fitzgerals, local TD and Tánaiste, has encouraged older people in Lucan, Clondalkin, Newcastle, Rathcoole, Brittas, Palmerstown and Saggart to apply for the Fuel Allowance this autumn, as the new...
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Property prices increase all across Dublin county both North and South

Huge jump in property prices across Dublin House prices in Dublin have experienced a sudden surge with property prices increasing the north county and city centre rising at rates comparable to those experienced during the boom. The last quarter has seen a sudden spike...
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Annual Web Summit to be held outside Ireland this year

The Aftermath of Dublin’s Web Summit by Laura Anderson Now that last year’s drama surrounding the Web Summit’s move to Lisbon from Dublin has died down, things are looking up for the company and co-found Paddy Cosgrave. Cosgrave is feeling rather...
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Help sought and found for Dublin pensioner Rita Rafter

Pensioner Rita Rafter will stay in her Dublin home By Laura Anderson 96-year-old Rita Rafter was heartbroken when told to move out of her longtime Dublin home after part of hr ceiling collapsed, making her home unsafe. Ms Rafter could not afford repair costs on her...
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Wicklow News

Bray Credit Union did not facilitate money laundering

Bray Credit Union not involved in money laundering Bray Credit Union did not facilitate money laundering or terrorist activity although it did breach legislation designed to prevent. Bray Credit Union (CU), one of the biggest in the country, has been fined after being...
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Two Wicklow Landlords Convicted for failing to register tenants

Two Wicklow Landlords fined €17,300 for not registering tenancies The Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) has secured convictions against Two Wicklow Landlords who have previously been convicted for failing to register their tenancies and have now been ordered to pay a...
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Seeking Wicklow actors for Students Theatre Awards

Amy Huberman wants Wicklow actors for Student Theatre Awards Actress and author Amy Huberman has joined the judging panel for the 2017 Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards and is calling on students in Wicklow with an Interest in the dramatic arts to take part in...
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Future of Carlisle Grounds in doubt as Wanderers plan 2021 exit

Bray Wanderers could exit Carlisle Grounds by 2021 Bray Wanderers could quit the Carlisle Grounds by 2021, according to their newly written five-year strategic plan. The 32-page document, seen by the Wicklow Voice, outlines the club’s vision from 2017 to 2021,...
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Publicans report skyrocketing business insurance premiums

Rising business insurance costs burden pub owners Almost one in four pub owners have had difficulty paying for business insurance, new research conducted by Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) members reveals. The vast majority (88%) of publicans reported to...
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Celebrations for students of National Learning Network Bray

Claire Kealy, Instructor NLN; Eileen Cullen, Training Manager, KWETB; Colette Oloan and Oonagh Hodkinson, Instructors at the National Learning Network Bray certification ceremony Certification Ceremony National Learning Network Bray “My biggest achievement while...
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Bagenalstown Enterprise Town Expo to showcase local businesses

Chef and businesswoman Rachel Allen (centre) at last year’s Tullow Enterprise Town exposition Rachel Allen to speak at Enterprise Town Celebrity chef Rachel Allen will be coming to Bagenalstown to participate in this year’s Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town Expo....

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Publicans report skyrocketing business insurance premiums

Rising business insurance costs burden pub owners Almost one in four pub owners have had difficulty paying for business insurance, new research conducted by Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) members reveals. The vast majority (88%) of publicans reported to...

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Bray Credit Union did not facilitate money laundering

Bray Credit Union not involved in money laundering Bray Credit Union did not facilitate money laundering or terrorist activity although it did breach legislation designed to prevent. Bray Credit Union (CU), one of the biggest in the country, has been fined after being...

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