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GMIT to support regional development, says new president

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Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) will play its part in supporting the continued development of the region, according to Michael Carmody who recently took up his new position as the GMIT president.

Westmeath firm hopes to create 120 jobs

A family-run meat packing plant in Kilbeggan is expected to add at least 120 new jobs to the local workforce if permission for a €13million extension is granted in the new year.

Kilkenny man appointed as financial controller of Candidate Manager

Candidate Manager, a leading global provider of web-based recruitment software solutions has appointed Nigel Bolger as Financial Controller.

Future of council services hangs in the balance following financial update

The members were treated to stark reality at County Hall this week when financial controller John Dempsey spelt out the current financial situation for Kilkenny County Council for the year ahead.

Worried parents take to the streets to protest over ‘devastating’ cuts

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Hundreds of parents, carers, service users, families and friends took to the streets yesterday (Wednesday) to protest over budgetary cuts to the Brothers of Charity Services.

Broadband and third level impeding investment in Kilkenny

The lack of adequate broadband and a third level university is impeding investment by foreign and domestic companies in Kilkenny, according to members at this month’s meeting of Kilkenny County Council.

Oughterard grandmother ‘lived the high life’ after defrauding her boyfriend’s company

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A grandmother who defrauded her lover’s company of €77,000 after she was appointed as financial controller has been given a suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

Business People - A profile of one of Galway’s leading personalities

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This year’s Galway Arts Festival is the largest ever featuring more than 400 writers, artists, performers, and musicians from Australia, Africa, Europe, North America and Ireland.

The business of arts

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If there was ever a time when business was business and the arts were — well, just messing around, enjoying oneself, it’s not now, and it’s certainly not in Galway.

Oldest Galway paper for sale for €10 million

The oldest newspaper in Galway has been put up for sale with a price tag of €10million.

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