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MathWorks announced plans this week to grow its Irish business, with 85 jobs coming on stream in its Galway office by the end of next year.
Independent Galway West TD, Catherine Connolly, has tabled an amendment to the Local Government Bill 2018, seeking to remove the Government’s controversial proposal to amalgamate the Galway city and county councils.
Connacht Rugby have formally submitted a planning application to Galway City Council for the redevelopment of the Sportsground Stadium. The planning application comes after a detailed design process and extensive public consultation carried out in conjunction with technical advisers, TOBIN Consulting Engineers and Chapman Architects.
The need for full-time park rangers to be deployed in the city area was highlighted last weekend when a group of volunteers filled almost 60 refuse bags with litter from the Terryland Forest Park Alone. The shocking recovery has led to calls for rangers to be deployed to ensure that people refrain from using the forests as handy dumping areas for their litter.
One new person is becoming homeless every day in the west and is forced to seek emergency accommodation, according to figures that have been described as shocking by Galway Simon Community.
Harvey Norman creates over 50 new jobs in Galway and finds a home in the West. Thursday, 15th November 2018. Harvey Norman Ireland announces the creation of over 50 new jobs in their new Galway store next year. The retailer has been searching for the perfect location in Galway for a number of years, with their online sales in that region indicating that the demand is there for the appliances, technology and interiors retailer. The Gateway Retail Park in Knocknacarra, Galway is the perfect location for the retailer; the park is thriving and has a catchment population of 153,828.
As Revenue pushes ahead with plans to modernise Ireland’s PAYE system early next year, a new survey from online accountancy software firm, Big Red Cloud, has found that confidence in the benefits of the changes to Ireland’s small business sector is wavering.
A call has been issued for ambitious female entrepreneurs in Mayo who are looking to scale their businesses to join the latest cycle of Going for Growth, the award-winning business development programme.
Leading safety clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturers Portwest were announced as Exporter of the Year 2018 at the prestigious Export Industry Awards, which took place on Friday November 16 at a gala event in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin.
The West of Ireland’s largest cancer care support organisation, Cancer Care West, has reported that demands for the services it provides across a seven county region stretching from Donegal to Clare reached “an all-time high”, last year.