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Tuesday 15 September 2020:  The joint chambers of Ennis, Galway, Limerick and Shannon have said they have been encouraged by Ministers Eamon Ryan and Hildegarde Naughton’s commitment to address aviation policy in line with the goals of Project Ireland 2040 following a meeting this week. Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment and Minister for

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Tuesday 8 September 2020:  Chambers representing businesses that directly support over 100,000 jobs across the Mid-Wet and West have united in one voice in a submission to government today for supports to help Shannon Airport navigate the current crisis and establish a new model for aviation in Ireland.  The submission from Ennis, Galway, Limerick and

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Friday 4th September 2020 Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar and the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris have today reported strong interest in the Government’s new Apprenticeship Incentivisation Scheme. On a visit to the Pfizer Grange Castle campus to meet with company representatives and apprentices

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Dear member, Yesterday the Government announced the July Job Stimulus package (view here) a broad range of measures to build on earlier supports. This morning I commenced dialog with the responsible government departments to press for operational detail of initiatives ASAP so that you can have certainty on what you will be eligible for and

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The closure of Bunratty Castle and King John’s Castle from 31st August is a further blow to our Mid West tourism sector which is already reeling from the collapse of international tourist arrivals. King John’s Castle and Bunratty Castle are iconic visitor attractions not just for foreign travellers but also for domestic holidaymakers. As local tourism

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Limerick Chamber has been a strong supporter of the Mobility Plans for Reopening Limerick which were drafted by our Local Authority, however we are disappointed that the first phase of the implementation of this living plan does not include much of the trial reallocation of space originally envisaged. The Chamber, representing 440 member organisations supporting

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