Templates by BIGtheme NET
Home » Business (page 4)

Business

House Prices up 7.3% in year to September

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIn the year to September, residential property prices at national level increased by 7.3%. This compares with an increase of 6.8% in the year to August and an increase of 4.2% in the twelve months to September 2015. In Dublin, residential property prices increased by 5.4% in the year to September. Dublin house prices increased 5.7%. ...

Read More »

Little evidence of ‘decoupling’ as greenhouse gas emissions on the rise

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber Significant greenhouse gas emission increases were recorded across all the main sectors in 2015, particularly Energy Industries, Transport, Agriculture and Residential; Agriculture emissions increased by 1.5%, due largely to higher dairy cow numbers and increased milk production; Transport sector emissions increased by 4.2% in 2015 alone and have now increased in each of the last ...

Read More »

Marketing With Chocolate – The Chocolate Manor

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberSay it with chocolate…when any business commits budget to marketing activities they want to make an impression. One of the most unique ways to do that now is with bespoke printed chocolates. Whether it’s an invite for an event, corporate gifts, goody bags or as a promotional desk drop, it is now possible to personalise the ...

Read More »

Fire Reported at Tippo International in Nenagh

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberA fire has been reported this evening at the Tippo International plant in Kilkeary, Nenagh. Tippo International are suppliers of Pvc Doors, Vinyl wrapped Doors and various other products. More to follow… “@Tipperaryphotos: Major fire reported in Nenagh tonight at Tippo International factory” — Una Ryan (@CleverRyan) October 23, 2016 Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber

Read More »

Morris calls for waste management collection permit extension

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberTo Brain Stanley Sinn Fein environment spokesperson . Brian I have a number of smaller waste collectors ( pay by bag ) who provide an invaluable service to estates in North Tipperary . He has collected rubbish for years from people who cannot afford yearly bin charges but yet act very responsibly by getting their rubbish ...

Read More »

Christmas Retail Support Programme 2016 Launched – Cllr. Lonergan

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberIndependent County Councillor for Clonmel/Cahir Borough District, Martin Lonergan has in a statement today welcomed the launch of this year’s Christmas Retail Support Programme. According to Councillor Lonergan, Tipperary County Council in conjunction with Tipperary Local Enterprise Office are now inviting applications from Traders Associations, Chambers and Community Groups under the Christmas Retail Support Programme 2016. ...

Read More »

McGrath fears rural Tipperary will become economic blackspot

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp Viber“Taskforce must reverse rural Tipperary’s slide into economic blackspot” – McGrath Independent TD Mattie McGrath has been in direct contact with the office of the Minister for Jobs Enterprise and Employment Mary Mitchell-O’Connor following the devastating loss of over 70 jobs at Schiele and McDonald Mushrooms in Tipperary Town. Deputy McGrath was speaking as concerns continue ...

Read More »

Calling All Sports Startups – €5,000 up for grabs

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberSport & Tech 2016 Announce The National Sports Startup Competition powered by Bank of Ireland Opportunity for the most innovative Irish sport tech startup to receive a €5,000 cash prize toward their business The Sports & Tech Awards 2016 are proud to announce the launch of the inaugural ‘National Sports Startup Competition’ powered by Bank of Ireland. ...

Read More »

Confusion still Reigns over plant future as Gleeson’s workers Unite

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberFrom simple beginnings in the 1960s, the Gleeson family of Borrisoleigh made something special. They created an enterprise bottling soft drinks and stout. The business portfolio grew where wholesale companies were acquired, large deals with Diageo in 2005 and 2010 saw Gleeson’s buy out United Beverages business outside of Dublin as well as Gibney’s Wine Business. ...

Read More »

Ulster Bank to engage with Farmers over sale of Loans to Vulture Funds

Facebook Twitter Gmail WhatsApp ViberULSTER BANK COMMITS TO SEEK SOLUTIONS WITH FARMING CUSTOMERS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED LOAN SALE – IFA Following a series of meetings, IFA has received a commitment from Ulster Bank to further engage with farmer customers in loan arrears prior to any sale of their loans, IFA National Chairman has said. The meetings IFA held with Ulster ...

Read More »