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Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) have shown that new car registrations for the month of June, were down -14 per cent (1,397) when compared to (1,623) June 2016. Consequently and as expected, new cars registrations year to date are down -10 per cent (91,189) on the same period last year (101,327).
Figures compiled by Construction Magazine for its annual Top 50 listing show that turnover in Ireland’s leading construction contractors grew by €1 billion across a 12-month period, as global demand for Irish construction continues to increase strongly.
A ceremony to mark the official naming of the Alice Perry Engineering Building will take place at NUI Galway on Monday next March 6 to honour the woman first woman in Ireland or the UK to have received a degree in engineering.
The annual GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference will take place at the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Tuesday March 7, from 9am. Hosted by the GMIT Department of Building and Civil Engineering it is the largest annual gathering of its kind in the west of Ireland, bringing together architects, engineers, surveyors, contractors and academics to discuss matters of interest in the built environment.
The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has launched a website featuring career opportunities in the industry in an attempt to persuade those returning for the Christmas to remain at home for the long term.
Pat Kearney will succeed Noel Treacy as Galway county board chairman for 2017 after emerging victorious by one vote - 127 to 126 - in a nail-biting contest with Oughterard's Kevin Clancy last Monday night at the county board convention.
The ongoing and totally unacceptable impasse between Galway county board and the Leinster council in hurling took a new twist this week with the news that city club Liam Mellows has tabled a motion to the county convention on December 12 to move to Munster in 2018, if the county’s minor and U21 hurling teams are not admitted into Leinster.
The latest Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI)/Done Deal Motor Industry Review has highlighted a strong performance in the first half of the year for the industry, followed by a slowing down of new car sales from August onwards.
Mayo businesses are being asked to pledge their support as part of a concerted effort being undertaken by the local Comhaltas in Ballina to bring the All-Ireland Fleadh to the town in 2018.
New car registrations slowed last month, reflecting the drop for the 162 period.