Articles tagged with: Monaghan Integrated Development

NEARLY 1,000 PEOPLE GET JOBS AS… CO. MONAGHAN BODY REVEALS REMARKABLE RESULTS FOR 2014

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5 Mar 2015 Comments Off on NEARLY 1,000 PEOPLE GET JOBS AS… CO. MONAGHAN BODY REVEALS REMARKABLE RESULTS FOR 2014

By PATSY McARDLE REMARKABLE results have emerged for the past year from a leading Co. Monaghan development body which has revealed in its annual report that a total of 3,657 individuals throughout the border county were directly supported, with 993 steered into employment, and 260 local enterprises also effectively assisted during 2014. Monaghan Integrated Development (MID) revealed this week that 419 people were helped into jobs,   89 into self-employment, and 488 people into community employment on RSS/Tús/CE schemes. The report also disclosed that 1,513 training courses were completed, a total of   260 enterprises ...

FEARS MONAGHAN BODY IS NOW UNDER MAJOR THREAT

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28 Feb 2014 Comments Off on FEARS MONAGHAN BODY IS NOW UNDER MAJOR THREAT

By PATSY McARDLE SHOCK fears were expressed this week that a vitally important Co. Monaghan body, which is currently part of a State network, and successfully placed 887 local people in jobs, or in employment schemes in the county last year, may have its role terminated under the proposed controversial Local Government Reform package. It has emerged that Monaghan Integrated Development supported 3,240 individuals to take part in activities that greatly improved their lives, or the well-being of their community. In its annual report, released this week, it ...

SERIOUS BLOW FOR ‘LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND DEMOCRACY’

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15 Feb 2013 Comments Off on SERIOUS BLOW FOR ‘LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND DEMOCRACY’

By PATSY McARDLE A MONAGHAN Fianna Fail county councillor who is Chairman of the local development company, Monaghan Integrated Development, which is currently facing a downgrading alignment with the local authority, in conjunction with the demise of the existing local authority structures, has hit out strongly this week at the impending loss of the existing body and its replacement with only a one-seat membership on a new fifteen-member set-up. Cllr. Seamus Coyle claimed yesterday the proposed replacement of Monaghan Integrated Development, with its centre based in Castleblayney, ...