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A reshuffle of the senior management in Mayo County Council will kick in at the start of next month, the chief executive of the council, Peter Hynes, told the elected members of the council at their September meeting this week. The reshuffle will see two new full time directors of services who were appointed recently, Joanne Grehan and Thomas Gilligan, taking over their new roles.
Mayo hoteliers welcome the continuing growth in visitors to Ireland that was announced recently. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office show an 11% increase in trips to the country by overseas visitors between May and July of this year.
Toyota Ireland has launched a new hybrid service programme for Toyota hybrid customers across Ireland.
GPA Solutions will hold a one day workshop on QuickBooks on Saturday October 3, featuring everything you wanted to know about QuickBooks with your questions answered by an expert QuickBooks instructor.
With the start of the new academic year now is the time to be thinking about updating or adding to your skills set. It is always good to review your job, career, and personal goals and decide what direction you want to take. Taking a course offers many benefits including acquiring new knowledge, the challenge of learning, the recognition it brings, and the sheer thrill of learning new things. So why not stop thinking about it and sign up for a course today.
GPA Solutions is delivering its successful QQI level 5 and 6 payroll awards this autumn. These awards will give the learner a working knowledge of the Irish payroll system and provide a valuable qualification to add to one's CV.
Conradh na Gaeilge has commenced registration for its 10 week Irish language courses.
A Ballybrit based medical device company has received some good news for its export business. ArraVasc designs, manufactures, and markets innovative devices for interventional clinicians across the world. In August the business received notification of FDA clearance, which will allow export sales to the USA.
Galway city councillors have voted to retain the local property tax at its current rate for the coming year.
Fianna Fáil Councillor Aengus O’Rourke is calling on the Commission for Energy Regulation [CER] to act now and ensure that the huge reductions in the cost of oil are passed on by the energy companies to householders.