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Thousands of Galwegians suffering food poverty

MORE THAN 25,000 people in Galway cannot put a proper meal on the table every week according to a new report from Unite and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions.

‘Serious’ gender gaps must be addressed before gender equality can be achieved

While major gains have been made in the last 100 years which transformed the position of women in Ireland “persistent and serious” gender gaps remain which must be addressed before gender equality can be truly achieved.

Bus from Castlebar to trade union march in Dublin

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions is to hold a major national demonstration on Saturday November 27 in Dublin.

GES offers free training programmes for those on live register

Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched a unique programme of free and subsidised business training for 2010.The organisation is now in a position to offer free training places on a number of its training programmes to those signing on the live register.

GES offers free training programmes for those on live register

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Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched a unique programme of free and subsidised business training for 2010.The organisation is now in a position to offer free training places on a number of its training programmes to those signing on the live register.

Unions fight to save Athlone DHL jobs

Union representatives have presented cost-cutting proposals to DHL in an effort to prevent 320 job losses in the company’s branches nationwide, including 20 in Athlone.

 

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