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Use your 1c and 2c coins to help a good cause

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The Central Bank is beginning the process of rounding out 1c and 2c coins next Wednesday October 28, so if you wish to get rid of your coins and help a worthy cause, donate to Change for Charity.

Pensions Advice with classifieds.advertiser.ie

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Mandatory Pensions on the Horizon?

Gondolas of Galway — 16-seater bikes to ferry commuters and tour groups around the city

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A 16-seater covered bicycle capable of carrying group of pedalling passengers from place to place in the city could soon become commonplace after the idea was deemed one of the winners at the Galway Start Up Weekend held at GMIT from Friday to Sunday.

Gondolas of Galway — 16-seater bikes to ferry commuters and tour groups around the city

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A 16-seater covered bicycle capable of carrying group of pedalling passengers from place to place in the city could soon become commonplace after the idea was deemed one of the winners at the Galway Start Up Weekend held at GMIT from Friday to Sunday.

Gondolas of Galway — 16-seater bikes to ferry commuters and tour groups around the city

A 16-seater covered bicycle capable of carrying group of pedalling passengers from place to place in the city could soon become commonplace after the idea was deemed one of the winners at the Galway Start Up Weekend held at GMIT from Friday to Sunday.

Life’s a pitch — are you ready for StartUp Weekend?

Startup Weekend is coming to Galway this weekend when developers, designers and business development folks will come together to pitch an idea and launch a business, all in one weekend.  

Aer Árainn, the early years

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There was a ferry service to the Aran Islands in the 1960s, but the ship could only dock at Inis Mór. In 1969 Colie Hernon wrote a letter to The Irish Times complaining of the inadequate transport facilities to the islands, which prompted Hayden Lawford to conduct an aerial survey of Inis Mór. Meanwhile Ralph Langan, whose business was fruit wholesaling in Galway, and who had problems shipping fresh fruit to the islands, had also seen Colie’s letter.

Colourful opening this Saturday for Oughterard park

The official opening of Oughterard’s Corribdale Park will take place this Saturday September 19. The event will start with a free family funday taking place from 1pm - 2pm. There will be pony rides, bouncy castle, zorb footballs, a popcorn stall and face-painting as well as music and specially designed fitness challenges!

Free, fun and student-organised Tech Carnival event brings top tech firms to NUI Galway

Computer Science students at NUI Galway will hold the third annual ‘Synapse //a Tech Carnival’ bringing major technological companies and employers to Galway City next week. The one-day free event will take place on Wednesday, 23 September in the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway.

Last chance to enter the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2015

Bank of Ireland is calling on all local start-ups to enter the Bank of Ireland Startup Awards 2015 — as the closing date for entries has been extended to Thursday, September 17 This is the second year that the Bank is sponsoring the awards which are open to start-up companies across Ireland. 

 

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