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€50,000 investment presented to young entrepreneurs

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Six of Galway’s best young entrepreneurs have been announced as county winners in the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur (IBYE) competition, which took place in the Portershed, Galway City Innovation District.

Large number of posts in European institutes

The European Union recently ended the derogation it had granted Ireland providing an adequate number of trained translators in the Irish language to take up posts in European institutes. The union has now announced that it will fill up to 150 posts in the near future so that the required translation of all documents in the Irish language is made available.

Large number of posts in European institutes

The European Union recently ended the derogation it had granted Ireland providing an adequate number of trained translators in the Irish language to take up posts in European institutes. The union has now announced that it will fill up to 150 posts in the near future so that the required translation of all documents in the Irish language is made available.

Skillnets funded IMI diploma programmes available to SMEs at a fraction of the normal cost

ManagementWorks, a Skillnets-funded initiative, is offering SME business owners and managers an opportunity to participate in a postgraduate IMI diploma programme at a fraction of the normal cost. Skillnets is subsidising four Postgraduate IMI Diploma Programmes in 2016 under the ManagementWorks initiative, including a programme in Galway.

Public seminar on European Economic Policy

On Thursday April 16 former Minister Alan Dukes and solicitor Ursula Tipp will discuss what lies in store for Ireland’s economy in the context of EU economic governance rules. This free European Commission seminar entitled European Economic Policy - What’s in it for Ireland? will take place at AIT at 6.30pm.

Minister Ring meets EU Commissioner Vassiliou to discuss sport priorities

Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring, met this month with Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism, Youth and Sport in Brussels, following his attendance at the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council with his EU counterparts.

Higgins welcomes citizens initiative

Speaking ahead of the plenary vote on the Citizens Initiative Jim Higgins MEP welcomed the excellent initiative stating that it had received cross party support.

British money starting to flow into Irish banks

The announcement by the Government that it will guarantee all money saved with an Irish institution for two years has enticed overseas investors to withdraw their money fropm their own countries and put into the named Irish banks and institutions.

Flynn raises concerns of a two-tier Europe at special meeting

Beverley Flynn, Fianna Fáil TD for Mayo and member of the sub-committee on Ireland’s future in the EU, raised her concerns to Mr John Bruton about the development of a two-tiered approach to Europe following Ireland's rejection of the Lisbon Treaty.

European Commission Vice-President to give public talk in AIT

The vice-President of the European Commission, Margot Wallström, will give a “town hall” style talk about the European Union at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on Thursday September 10.

 

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