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20 new jobs as e-scooter manufacturer Bolt comes to Galway

Thu, Mar 04, 2021

Bolt, the leading European mobility platform focused on making urban travel more affordable, convenient and sustainable, has announced its intention to bring its e-scooters to Galway as part of an integrated transport system.

The company is ready to provide 10,000 of its e-scooters to Irish towns and cities. Projections based on Bolt’s European markets, more than 130 jobs, including 20 in Galway, are expected to be created on the successful roll-out of e-scooters in Irish cities. These local operation roles would manage the charging, maintenance and distribution of the e-scooters.

Following the successful launch of its taxi-hailing service in Dublin, Bolt will create Ireland’s first multi-modaltransport platform, where the public can choose from a car, e-scooter or even an e-bike.


Cannon welcomes plans for major investment in Coole Park Visitor Centre

Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed a commitment by Failte Ireland and the National Parks and Wildlife Service to make a major investment in upgrading the Coole Park Visitor Centre. ...


Cúirt programme to be launched next week

Cúirt director Sasha de Buyl. Photo:- Boyd Challenger

THE CÚIRT International Festival of Literature will launch the programme for it's 2021 events online at 7pm on Thursday March 11. ...


O’Donnellan & Joyce records dramatic results in phygital auction

On Friday February 26 at 12 noon, renowned auctioneer Colm O’Donnellan welcomed the world into his digital auction room which was broadcast remotely through Brandt Studios in Co Galway. Speaking through smartphones, tablets, and computers in ...


Toyota Yaris named 2021 European Car of the Year

Toyota Yaris is the European Car of the Year for 2021.

Toyota Yaris has been named as the 2021 European Car of the Year. ...


Druid, GIAF, and Baboró in line for Business to Arts Awards

Mirror Pavilion by John Gerrard. Photo:- Colm Hogan

Baboró International Arts Festival for Children, Druid, and the Galway International Arts Festival have been shortlisted for the prestigious Business to Arts Awards. ...


Galway GAA announce details of March for Maroon

Pictured at the 'March for Maroon' launch in Pearse Stadium, Louise Ward (Galway Ladies Senior Football captain 2020), Shane Walsh (Galway Senior Football captain), Richard Flaherty (CEO, Cancer Care West), Padraig Mannion (Galway Senior Hurling captain), Sean Greene (Search Co-ordinator, Oranmore-Maree Coastal Search Unit), and Sarah Dervan (Galway Senior Camogie captain 2020)..

Galway GAA has announced details of its ‘March for Maroon’ fundraiser which will take place this month. ...


NUI Galway student nurses raise €2,000 in homeless appeal

Student nurses (l-r): Roisin McMahon from Ennis, Co Clare; Tara Slattery from Kilcolgan; Hannah O’Donnell from Letterkenny; Rachel Darcy from Loughrea; Ciarán Freeman from Cabra; and Jenny O’Neill from Ennis, Co Clare.

NUI Galway student nurses have put their best feet forward and raised more than €2,000 for homeless services after clocking more than 500km on the roads. ...


COMPETITION - WIN A €250 giveaway from Sinead Lee Hair Design!

To celebrate the opening of their online store, Sinead Lee Hair Design are celebrating with a salon exclusive range of hair care products to keep your hair in great conditions until their salon reopens; ...

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Two jobs, same company – should I have a go?

Q: There’s a company I’d really like to work for – two jobs that interest me have recently been advertised there. They even have the same closing date. Should I go for one or would it be a good idea to apply for both? (EC, email). ...


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