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The ability of people, with no established links to an area, being able to make planning objections which impede development needs to be called into question, especially after reports have emerged that Apple is reconsidering its €850 million data centre in Athenry.
Stakeholders have been reacting to the news that the westward one-way system has been unanimously passed for Church Street in Athlone.
The two heavyweights of rugby in the county will pack down against each other this Sunday at 2.30pm in Heffernan Park. Hosts Ballina, have backed up their historic junior cup win last season with a brilliant start to this season and currently sit on top of the Junior 1A table with seven wins from their opening eight games, their only loss coming thanks to a narrow three point defeat by Connemara at home a month ago.
A government TD has questioned a delay by the Health Service Executive (HSE) in deciding whether to proceed with plans for the development of a new Emergency Department at University Hospital Galway (UHG).
Independent TD for Longford-Westmeath, Deputy Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran, is urging the public to have their say on draft Flood Risk Management Plans, released for public consultation last Friday, July 15.
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The Institute of Project Management recently published its ninth annual survey of project management practitioners in Ireland. This survey is jointly undertaken by the institute and UCC Department of Management and Marketing and took place across five geographic regions – Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, and Waterford.
The Institute of Project Management has for the past nine years conducted an annual survey of project managers across five major geographic centres in Ireland.
The demand for certified project professionals is growing strongly. When making a decision on which project management development programme to invest in, reputation is of paramount importance. The Institute of Project Management’s faculty is led by its programme director Ed Naughton, who is an internationally recognised expert and a member of the powerful IPMA Education and Training Board. His colleagues on this board are world thought leaders from Switzerland, China, Romania, Greece, and Italy.
Claire Flynn, an employee with Hewlett Packard, Galway, was the winner of the Institute of Project Management’s (IPMA) western region Project Management Graduate of the Year award for 2012.