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Homeowners Call for Mica Redress Scheme

Homeowners Call for Mica Redress Scheme

Homeowners in Donegal have called for a Mica Redress Scheme to be set up and implemented ‘straight away’, to compensate those affected by defective concrete blocks. The call was made at a special Seminar in the An Grianán Hotel, in Burt, Co Donegal last night. Around 300 homeowners attended the seminar organised by the Mica…

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Accountant Online Wins Best Small Practice of the Year

Accountant Online Wins Best Small Practice of the Year

Accountant Online has won the Best Small Practice Award at last night’s Irish Accountancy Awards gala ceremony in The Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin. Speaking after the event, founder and director Larissa Feeney (on right in picture) said they “are thrilled to receive the award for Best Small Practice 2017. Winning an award like this makes me…

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Podium position for Donegal’s Damien Faulkner at Daytona24

Podium position for Donegal’s Damien Faulkner at Daytona24

Inishowen sports car driver Damien Faulkner and his Viper Exchange team have taken a podium position at the Daytona 24 hours in Florida. The gruelling race is part of the United SportsCar championship, the primary sports car series in North America. The No. 93 “Don’t mess with Texas” #TeamTexas ViperExchange.com Dodge Viper GT3-R was driven…

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Virtual Financial Controller package launched for SME’s

Virtual Financial Controller package launched for SME’s

Is your business too small to support a full-time Financial Controller? What if you could have all the benefits of an FC at a fraction of the cost? What if the service included instant online access to your monthly accounts from your mobile devices when you are on the go? Enter, the Virtual Financial Controller…

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Civil abuse case creates new law

Civil abuse case creates new law

The High Court has declared a new civil law in long-term abuse cases.  In a ruling issued on 21st May 2015, Mr Justice Michael White has recognised that the long-term control and manipulation that an abuser exerts over a victim which facilitates abuse is in itself a civil offence. Cormac Walsh, from Arklow, who took…

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Major increase in shipping through Foyle Port

Major increase in shipping through Foyle Port

Shipping through Foyle Port increased by 27% over the past year leading to before tax profits of over £1.2m, according to the Chairman of Londonderry Port and Harbour Commissioners.  Mr Garvan O’Doherty announced an excellent set of results for the year 2012 – 13 at the Harbour Commissioners annual general meeting today. Mr O’Doherty described…

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Busy month for Inis Communications training and mentoring

October was a busy month for Inis Communications training and mentoring services.  We delivered in-house Social Media seminars to the Inishowen Bar Association for local solicitors at the Red Door in Buncrana and to Roe Valley Enterprises in Limavady for local SME’s.  We were delighted both at the attendance and at the positive feedback.  We…

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B&B Ireland signs up to The Gathering 2013

B&B Ireland have announced that they will be fully supporting The Gathering Ireland 2013 – the biggest tourism event ever held in Ireland, which aims to bring an extra 325,000 visitors here next year.  “Our members are based right around the island in city, urban and rural districts and so we are very well placed…

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