The Bottom Line, Tuesday 25th September

Is it the calm before the storm? It’s quiet out there in the business world.  There’s even not that much talk of the ESM’s 500billion fund that due to come into being on the 8th October.  Will it help Irish banks at all?  John Purcell talks about this and questions the role of economists as he chats with Irish Independent Business Correspondent Tom Molloy:-

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Neon Wolf are a Thomastown band that are making a name for themselves.  Their prospects are looking good; they just won a €5000 bursary.  But the business of making money as musicians is a tough one and Robbie, Stevie, Joe and Liam get down to the nuts and bolts of it:-

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The National Ploughing Championship are taking place down the road in New Ross.  Kieran Comerford Acting Chief Executive of Carlow Enterprise Board was there today and told us about it:-

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And finally Paschal Bergin was in studio reminding business to get their tax returns in on time:-

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