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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.
Members of the Athlone Probus Group revealed a new plaque at the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on September 7 to mark the group’s continued association with the establishment.
Due to arrive in Irish showrooms from October onwards, Honda tells us that both the all-new HR-V and Jazz models models combine sophisticated new design concepts with the safety, class-leading interior space and versatility customary to Honda models. The Honda HR-V sees the return of a much-loved nameplate to the Irish market, and will retail from €23,995 with class-leading equipment when it launches in Ireland.
The 2015 National Ploughing Championships underlines an important year for Honda and sees the brand presenting its new model range of entirely refreshed and all-new cars together for the first time in Ireland.
This week saw planning permission granted by Mayo County Council for a new €5 million IDA building in Castlebar. The new building will be located on the Moneen Road in the town on a site that is already fully serviced and owned by the IDA.
More than 70 per cent of small businesses that have participated in the Government’s Trading Online Voucher Scheme expect to recruit more staff, according to a survey published by the Department of Communications, Energy, and Natural Resources. On average, the small firms that expect to take on extra workers predict a jobs-dividend of almost 15 per cent.