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The Times (Ireland): House price rises slow, but first-timers still struggle

By Aaron Rogan   House prices have increased by 82 percent since their trough in 2013 but the rate of growth has started to s

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The Echo: First time buyers hit as prices up 5%

A Cork property expert says first time buyers are the most severely affected by the continuing rise in property prices. The latest

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Irish Construction Industry Magazine: “Stamp Out Apprenticeship ‘Snobbery'”

Construction company GPD are calling on the Government to roll out more initiatives aimed at opening up the number of apprenticesh

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The Southern Star: Conundrum of too few apprentices

Just as the government has eventually got around to committing to a 10-year capital expenditure programme to build the infrastruct

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Liam Hetherington – Director of GPD Construction- Apprenticeships

Liam Hetherington – Director of GPD Construction- Apprenticeships 21st February 2019 News Northern Sound During the recession th

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Connaught Telegraph: Stamp out apprenticeship ‘snobbery’

Letters to the Editor Sir,   We need to fundamentally shift the mindset of education professionals, parents and students alik

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The Mayo Advertiser: Construction Company calls for support for apprenticeships

Construction company GPD is calling on the Government to roll out more initiatives aimed at opening up the number of apprenticeshi

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The Times: Minister Defends Missed Target for Social Housing

Source: Aaron Rogan, The Times   House prices rose by 6.5 per cent last year but the rate of increase has slowed, figures fro

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Newstalk: ‘Time To End Snobbery On Trade Apprenticeships’

Source: The Hard Shoulder, Newstalk   GPD Director Liam Hetherington speaks to Ivan Yates about the snobbery that prevails am

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Evening Echo: Construction Industry calls for an end to snobbery on trades

By Gráinne McGuinness   The construction industry needs to tackle residual snobbery about choosing a trade in order to recru

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