Updated: 15/09/16 : 06:49:14
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Brexit Briefing with Jim Power Economist - 29 Sept

Sligo Chamber Skillnet invite you to a Brexit Briefing with Economist Jim Power and a high-level panel of experts on Thursday September 29th in IT Sligo The briefing will examine the impact of Brexit and in particular [...]  Read More...

Updated: 26/09/16 : 13:12:11
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Microsoft Excel Advanced

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Updated: 03/09/16 : 05:33:59
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INM to buy seven regional titles

Independent News & Media (INM) has agreed a deal to buy newspaper publisher Celtic Media Group (CMG) – adding seven newspapers to its chain of regional titles.Celtic Media’s printing business is not part of the transaction.The deal will see INM add seven regional newspapers including the ‘Anglo Celt’ in Cavan, the ‘Meath Chronicle’ and the ‘Connaught Telegraph’, as well as a pre-press service to the group’s existing [...]  Read More...

Updated: 06/07/16 : 06:15:44
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Harkin welcomes Commission U-turn on EU-Canada Trade Deal

 “Today the European Commission agreed that the EU-Canada trade deal (CETA) should be ratified by all national parliaments whereas previously they held the view that this was not necessary. This is a recognition by the Commission that they cannot ignore the voice of national parliaments which are directly elected to represent their citizens”. This was stated by Independent MEP Marian Harkin when she welcomed the statement from the [...]  Read More...

Updated: 06/09/16 : 07:16:38
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12.5% corporate tax rate essential for Sligo and Leitrim jobs

Fine Gael TD for Sligo - Leitrim, Tony Mc Loughlin, has said that Ireland’s 12.5% corporate tax rate is essential for jobs in Sligo, Leitrim and the North West Region and that as long as Fine Gael are in Government, it will remain in place.“In the wake of the European Commission ruling on Apple, there has been much talk about Ireland’s corporate tax rate and how the European Union may be targeting our 12.5% in the long term."I [...]  Read More...