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The number of stalls at the Galway continental market held by multinational operators is proving to be a bone of contention for Galway City Council.
A record number of employers’ groups and recruitment companies are due to attend this year’s GMIT Careers Fair, which takes place on Monday October 6, seeking to fill a broad range of jobs in a variety of sectors.
According to the property price register at the end of August, the number of property sales for both Galway city and county is showing a dramatic increase year on year. The register gives the exact selling price of properties and so is the most accurate record of actual sales that have taken place.
Discount retailer Lidl is to open its latest store at Sraith Fhada on the Doughiska Road in Galway on Thursday, February 27, replacing the existing premises just 200 metres away.
Less than two months after applying to open a second store in Mullingar, Lidl has been refused permission by Westmeath County Council.
Major organisations from business and industry will feature at the NUI Galway ‘Graduate Jobs Fair’ on Monday, October 8, from 12.30- 4pm in the Bailey Allen Hall. This free event will showcase graduate employment opportunities from all disciplines, with a diverse number of fields such as accountancy, consultancy, education, engineering, IT, law, science, retail and many other sectors represented throughout the day.
Knockmore Parish Hall Development Committee are raising funds for a hall for the area and this weekend are presenting a Country Gospel concert with James Kilbane in the Church of Christ the King, Knockmore.
Councillors from the Claremorris electoral area questioned the possibility of cutting parking charges and rates in the town to stimulate business during the current economic downturn. Cllr Tom Connolly told a meeting of the local electoral area committee that the argument is being made that the on street traders are at a serious disadvantage because people have to pay to park to use their business while the larger stores like SuperValu, Tesco, and Lidl are at an advantage because they have large sites offering free parking in the town.
Lidl is to open its new store in Thomastown to the public from 8am on Thursday May 14 following a raft of complications that delayed the opening until now which involved the granting of a liquor licence.