Rural jobs threatened by lack of broadband The lack of good broadband access has been to the fore on during the election campaign to date, states Independent candidate Denis Naughten. “Over the campaign so far I’ve been inundated with complaints from rural businesses, start-ups and families who still cannot get decent speed broadband,” explained Denis Naughten. “The lack of decent …
Campus has capacity to provide 8,000 sq m of serviced offices Local TD Denis Naughten has called on the IDA to redouble its efforts to promote Ballinasloe to foreign investors in light of the fact that there is now 8,000sq m of potential serviced offices on the St. Brigid’s campus. “The old admissions building and nurses home would be ideally …
Local TD Denis Naughten has urged people to support their local town by shopping locally and supporting local jobs this Saturday 5th December. The objective by small local businesses across the country is to let consumers know that if they shop local, then they support local jobs and businesses.
Denis Naughten TD has condemned the European Commission for doing a deal with the backs which will see them collect an additional €230m in bank charges across Europe in the run up to Christmas.
For every 29 jobs created in Galway City, we just see one or two
Ireland West Airport, Knock has the potential to become a hub for Chinese tourists who would have a significant impact on the development of the tourism sector in the midlands & west of Ireland” claims Denis Naughten
“Today’s budget, the first one in seven years where we can really debate how Government money is to be spent rather than looking at the real impact of cuts, needs to be acknowledged and welcomed,” said Denis Naughten.
The approval of €60,000 in funding for the town of Ballinasloe under the Rural Economic Development Zone project has been welcomed by local TD Denis Naughten.
Denis Naughten has contacted Irish Water seeking a meeting with the technical staff involved if the boil water notice is not lifted on the Ballygar water scheme next week.
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