Search Results for 'Economy'
339 results found.
Bid X1 will be running two fantastic property auctions in the coming weeks, with a number of properties in Mayo up for grabs.
Homelessness in the West of Ireland is growing at a faster rate than any other region according to local charity, Galway Simon Community. The latest homeless figures released show 496 people, including 209 children, were in emergency accommodation in the West of Ireland during July, a 56% increase compared to the previous year.
The Connacht Property Auction will hold its fourth public auction event of the year at 7pm on Thursday next, September 13, in The Menlo Park Hotel, Galway. Registration will begin at 6.30pm. The company also has ongoing online auctions at www.connachtpropertyauction.ie which is proving more and more popular with buyers and vendors. The company will also hold its final public auction event of the year on Thursday, November 22.
Galway students would be “better off taking out a mortgage instead of renting in the current climate”, with student rents in some areas of the city reaching up to €1,250 a month.
Galway students would be "better off taking out a mortgage instead of renting in the current climate", with student rents in some areas of the city reaching up to €1,250 a month.
Western Management Centre is once again running the award in project management course which is validated by QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland). The course is designed to provide an end to end overview of the project management process from the initiation of a project to closing. It will provide the tools and frameworks to help an individual navigate through each phase of a project and identify issues that have the potential to jeopardise the project’s objectives and completion.
Any attempts by the government to raise the VAT rate on the hotel sector will cost numerous jobs in rural Ireland warns Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy.
Relying on the private rental sector is "not appropriate" for delivering social housing, or tackling Galway's accommodation crisis, especially as there are no properties available to rent for people on Housing Assistance Payment or on rent supplement.
The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, TD, last week turned the first sod on the site of the new extension to GMIT’s Innovation Hub (iHub) at the GMIT Galway campus.
The former Corrib Haven B&B on Upper Newcastle Road has been bought by the Galway City Council and will be converted into a family hub accommodation for 12 homeless families.