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On Thursday November 23, as part of European Vocational Skills Week, the GRETB Training Centre in Mervue Business Park opened its doors to more than 400 students, teachers, and parents.
ODJ's ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ all-day summer auction, which will be held on Friday July 21, will bring more than 60 properties under the auction hammer.
This fine four bed detached family home is only a stone’s throw from Lough Rea Hotel & Spa and the commercial centre of the pretty town of Loughrea. Close to all amenities the town has to offer, Donnellan Drive is located just off the Athenry Road in a quiet cul-de-sac, with a mixture of bungalows and two storey houses. Access to the M6 Galway to Dublin motorway is just a few minutes away.
The 2017 Talent Summit recently took place in the Radisson, Galway. The Talent Summit, which was founded by Sigmar Recruitment in association with The Irish Times Executive Jobs attracted over 1,000 people to five events across Dublin, Cork and Galway. With the talent agenda ranking as the number one priority for business leaders around the globe, the theme of this year’s programme was “Driving Competitive Advantage through Talent”.
There was good news for Loughrea-based Chanelle Group at the The Export Industry Awards 2016 held last week. The ceremony is the premier event recognising the remarkable achievements of companies working in the export industry in Ireland. 11 companies won individual category Awards across a range of sectors.
The reclassification of a number of roads in the county due to the opening of the Gort to Tuam motorway has been criticised by councillors because of a lack of funding available to Galway County Council to maintain these roads.
Loughrea-based Chanelle Group has been shortlisted for Pharma Contract Services Company of the Year.
DONEGAL COMEDIAN Conal Gallen brings his hilarious one man stand-up show along to the Loughrea Resort Hotel and Spa on Friday January 29 for what promises to be two hours of non stop laughter and fun.
The devastating aftermath of Storm Desmond was outlined in stark terms by Galway County Council executives at its monthly meeting in County Buildings yesterday (Wednesday). And director of services Liam Gavin warned that the damage in many areas was yet to be fully assessed as they were still flooded but the initial tally was thought to be €12.2 million.
Tomorrow will see leading Galway auction house DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard hold its final auction of its autumn series in the Radisson Blu Hotel. Once again the Galway city based firm is expecting a large turnout with its auctions becoming must-see events for those interested in the west of Ireland's property trends.