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Aviva workers support Galway children’s cancer charity

Galway-based children’s cancer charity Hand in Hand has joined forces with Aviva to promote and advance its work.

Aviva workers support Galway children’s cancer charity

Galway-based children’s cancer charity Hand in Hand has joined forces with Aviva to promote and advance its work.

Willow Park learn their fate on the road to Aviva

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The last remaining Westmeath side in this year’s FAI Junior Cup have learned their fate following the draw for Round 7 of the FAI Junior Cup in association with Aviva and Umbro.

Ireland squad train at Sportsground on Tuesday

The Ireland Rugby squad returns to the Galway Sportsground for an open training session next Tuesday.

Buccaneers to play at Aviva Stadium

Athlone club Buccaneers RFC have been invited to play at the Aviva Stadium this Saturday, May 23, in the Aviva Mini Rugby Festival. 

Bearna wins club of the month

Registration nights coming up for a number of clubs

There will be a number of registration evenings over the next few weeks for a number of clubs across the county. Castlebar Town will be holding a registration day for new and existing members tomorrow Saturday, February 23, from 1.30pm to 3pm in the clubhouse. While there will also be a meeting for anyone interested in playing for the new Castlebar Town senior women’s team taking place this evening, February 22, at 7.30pm in the clubhouse.

Aviva links up with school to prepare students for work

The alliance between Aviva Galway and Galway Community College in Mooneenageisha which allows for senior cycle students from the community school to enhance their job seeking skills is set to continue. Through a [email protected] programme, employees from Aviva will volunteer to assist students in perfecting the exercises that will improve their ability to gain employment.

Aviva redundancy changes and new jobs welcomed

The news that financial services company Aviva is to reduce the number of voluntary redundancies sought from the original figure of 770 Irish jobs down to 550, and the announcement that 220 new jobs are to be created at Aviva in Knocknacarra, Galway, has been welcomed this week.

Union secures stay on AVIVA redundancies

The UNITE trade union and management at Aviva agreed this week that no redundancy notices will be served to any staff in Ireland until the final outline of the proposed company restructuring is clear. There are currently five people employed in the Castlebar branch of AVIVA.

 

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