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There has been a broad welcome for the recent announcement by Transport Minister Shane Ross of a grant scheme for taxi/limousine/hackney vehicles (SPSV), aimed at increasing the uptake of new electric vehicles in the Irish taxi fleet.
Analysis by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) shows that 14,917 new houses were started between January and October this year.
Official statistics from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI ) show that new car registrations for the month of November were down nine per cent (687) when compared to November 2016 (754) , with new car registrations this year to date down ten per cent (131,200) on the same period last year (146,215).
It was announced this week that TG4 Leascheannasaí (Deputy Chief Executive) Pádhraic Ó Ciardha will leave the service on early retirement in February 2018 after over 23 years’ service.
Statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations for September were down 17 per cent (3,916) when compared to the same month last year (4,707), while new cars registrations year-to-date remain down 10 per cent (128,597) on the same period last year (143,211).
THIS Saturday October 7 will see almost 4,000 runners, joggers and walkers descend on the City of The Tribes for the annual Run Galway Bay which starts and finishes at Nimmo’s Pier, the Claddagh Galway. The event which has gone from strength to strength has been sold out for weeks with participants coming from all over the world for this fast, flat and fun route along the stunning shores of Galway Bay.
Galway United enter a defining four-week stint to save their SSE Airtricity premier league status with a trip to the Carlisle Grounds for a critical clash against Bray Wanderers on Saturday (3pm). Sha
Last weekend's special GAA congress rounded off an unforgettable year for Galway hurling.
A Construction Industry Federation (CIF) report, carried out by DKM Economic Consultants, has proposed an urgent and radical overhaul to how infrastructure is delivered in Ireland.
Organisers of the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, have suggested that Ireland needs to take an early, more rounded, approach to fostering an interest in STEM with students. This comes as this year’s Leaving Cert results show an increase, under the new marking scheme, of student securing top level marks in STEM subjects such as physics, chemistry, biology, technical graphics, and maths.
Engineers Ireland is calling on engineering organisations in Galway to showcase and celebrate their achievements and skill by submitting an entry to the 2017 Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards, held in association with ESB.