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GET UP off the chair, get out of your routine, leave the house, and enjoy a host of free events - exhibitions, concerts, readings, and all manner of arts related happenings on Culture Night, which takes place this Friday.
Meterlogix.ie, an energy monitoring and management business based in Galway received its national launch this week.
The Minister for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton will address a public meeting on the Fiscal Compact Treaty in the Oranmore Lodge Hotel on Monday at 8.30pm.
NUI Galway and Hewlett-Packard have announced a new master of science degree in Cloud Computing Research. Identified by the Government, Forfás and the IDA as one of the best potential high-value growth areas for Ireland, and a vehicle for future jobs, cloud computing is set to provide a new generation of infrastructure, services and solutions for businesses.
Just days after the journey times on the Dublin-Galway road were sliced by the opening of the Moate and Kilbeggan bypasses, Galway Chamber has urged Government to stand by its commitments to the N6 Galway Outer Bypass as it feels that the new road will be worthless if traffic ends up being snarled in the city suburbs.
The new websites for the Galway City Museum, the Galway Arts Centre, and e.Business Galway will be launched at the museum this evening at 6pm.
Galway Chamber’s Traffic and Transport Forum under the chairmanship of Dr Chris Coughlan, met for the second full forum meeting last week and heard submissions from interested parties regarding the future of Galway’s transport infrastructure.
A statue in remembrance of the women who had to endure life in the Magdalen Laundry in Galway will be unveiled the weekend.
Bus it, Bike it, Walk it - Give the car a break is a new initiative from the Galway Chamber Traffic and Transportation Forum which aims to reduce the dependency on cars for transporting children to school.