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A local charity which is dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage in Galway spends more than €1 million a year on direct assistance. And the St Vincent de Paul charity says that despite the signs of economic recovery calls for help to the organisation show no sign of decreasing.
IT and network management software company Ipswitch has opened a permanent EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) centre of excellence at Citypoint, Prospect Hill. The permanent office locations signifies a substantial investment for the company and supports its EMEA growth strategy. Twelve research and development, sales and technical support team members will initially move in with a plan to increase headcount up to 60 in line with the positions announced last March.
Foundation is launching the fourth annual Light It Up Gold campaign with a candlelit walk in Galway city centre on Sunday September 4.
The Galway senior hurlers produced an impressive and extremely hard working performance all over the field in Semple Stadium last Sunday afternoon to defeat Clare by 2-17 to 0-17, and qualify for an All-Ireland semi-final against Tipperary on August 14 in Croke Park.
Galway streets are cleaner than ever of chewing gum.
A local volunteer centre has reported a 25 per cent increase in the number of people contacting its service for the first time last year seeking volunteering work. More than half of these had never volunteered before.
The victims of the Orlando massacre, the worst mass shooting in US history, and the greatest act of homophobic violence since WWII, will be commemorated at a special candle lit vigil in Eyre Square tomorrow.
City councillors have paid tribute to Christy O’Connor snr, who died on Saturday.
A war of words has broken out between supporters and opponents of a light rail system for Galway, since Cllr Noel Larkin branded any such proposals an “utterly stupid conception”. In turn he has been accused on “dwelling on the negative”.