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New Kia Sportage makes global debut

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Kia Motors has taken the wraps off the new Kia Sportage, which boasts an attractive new interior and exterior design, a host of advanced new technology features, and greater quality.

QuickBooks ‘hands-on’ one day workshop

GPA Solutions will hold a one day workshop on QuickBooks on Saturday October 3, featuring everything you wanted to know about QuickBooks with your questions answered by an expert QuickBooks instructor. 

Pulse College offering a free course in gaming and interactive technologies

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Pulse College has been based in Galway since 2013 and is currently offering a range of full, part-time, and six week introductory courses in games design and development from its modern and spacious city centre campus in Geata na Cathrach on the Fairgreen Road.

Free, fun and student-organised Tech Carnival event brings top tech firms to NUI Galway

Computer Science students at NUI Galway will hold the third annual ‘Synapse //a Tech Carnival’ bringing major technological companies and employers to Galway City next week. The one-day free event will take place on Wednesday, 23 September in the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway.

Galway medical device business wins FDA clearance

A Ballybrit based medical device company has received some good news for its export business. ArraVasc designs, manufactures, and markets innovative devices for interventional clinicians across the world. In August the business received notification of FDA clearance, which will allow export sales to the USA. 

New and refreshed model line-up from Honda

Due to arrive in Irish showrooms from October onwards, Honda tells us that both the all-new HR-V and Jazz models models combine sophisticated new design concepts with the safety, class-leading interior space and versatility customary to Honda models. The Honda HR-V sees the return of a much-loved nameplate to the Irish market, and will retail from €23,995 with class-leading equipment when it launches in Ireland.

All-new Kia Sportage makes global debut

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attractive, all-new interior and exterior design, a host of advanced new technology features, and greater quality.

Small businesses expect fifteen per cent jobs boost from online trading

More than 70 per cent of small businesses that have participated in the Government’s Trading Online Voucher Scheme expect to recruit more staff, according to a survey published by the Department of Communications, Energy, and Natural Resources. On average, the small firms that expect to take on extra workers predict a jobs-dividend of almost 15 per cent.

Free diploma course in multimedia at GRETB in Gort

The Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board is offering a diploma in multimedia this September at its media centre in Gort, Co Galway.

Cash no longer king here - for motorists too

Motoring solutions specialists’ easytrip has revealed that four out of five Irish consumers now pay for daily activities via debit card. Respondents cited that their weekly food shop (88 per cent), going to the gym (60) and paying for children’s after school activities (41) are all paid for via debit card and/or through online banking methods. 


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