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Ireland West Airport is stepping up its efforts to boost tourism in the west of Ireland.
LEADING MUSICIANS in Birmingham's industrious and creative reggae, roots, and dub scene are coming to Galway this Saturday to perform at the Boatclub, Woodquay.
Ireland West Airport recorded a nine per cent increase in passenger numbers in the first quarter of 2016 with some 123,000 passengers using the airport in the first three months of the year. The airport is on track to record the busiest year in its 30 year history, with passenger numbers set to soar to close to 750,000 this year.
Citroen says its all-new Dispatch van is set to become the ideal partner for Irish professionals, with enhanced practicality, comfort, and safety stemming from new design features, architecture, and technologies.
Advances in van safety technology could be undermined by dangerous overloading, warns the British Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). If it is true in Britain, it is at least similar, if not worse, here in Ireland.
Galway-based equipment systems engineering firm, SL Controls, has announced 20 new positions. The company currently employ seven people at their offices at Galway Technology Centre, Wellpark Road, Galway. The new jobs are for qualified equipment systems engineers and graduates to support the company’s growing Irish operations and expansion into Europe.
Peugeot tells us the new Expert van offers customers a compelling and competitive product range with exceptional capabilities and efficiencies, and a robust and modern design. It should go on sale here in September.
TERRY REID could have been the lead singer in Led Zeppelin. Richie Blackmore wanted him to be Deep Purple’s frontman. Both incidents have cast him as rock’s great 'nearly man...’, but this is to forget Terry Reid has always been his own man.
Flybe, Europe’s largest independent regional airline, has this week celebrated the launch of their new year round services from Ireland West Airport to both Birmingham and Edinburgh. Both new services will provide a welcome boost of 70,000 new seats to and from the West of Ireland in 2016.
This parade started from the Square in the following order: Eyre Square North – Industrial School Band; Galway Urban District Council; Galway Board of Guardians; Students of UCG; AOH. Eyre Square East – The Monastery School Fife and Drum Band; UIL; Town Tenant’s League; Galway Woollen Manufacturing Co; and the Irish National Foresters.