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Boston Scientific asked by NTA to plan for more bike and bus journeys

Thu, Feb 29, 2024

In a move signalling a significant change of approach from Galway City Council toward large employers, Boston Scientific has been asked to plan for more cyclists and bus users rather than just build extra carparking.

Boston Scientific’s application to build 550 new carparking spaces for its almost 3,000-strong Galway workforce had been questioned by both Galway councils, and now the National Transport Agency too.

In a request for further information after Boston Scientific lodged a planning application last month, local planners have now suggested Boston gives “consideration [to provide] a shuttle bus” to transport employees from regional train and bus stations.


Miniature World moves to new, larger venue

Following on from the huge success of Miniature World 2023, the organisers have taken the decision to move this year’s event to Galway Racecourse, where it will take place on Sunday April 7. ...

What's on in Galway

Feltface tickets on release for July gig

Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday, March 1, for Randy Feltface’s First Banana tour to Galway this summer. ...


Full house expected for Scarlets clash

Andrew Smith of Connacht is tackled by Shane Lewis Hughes of Cardiff during the United Rugby Championship match between Cardiff and Connacht at Cardiff Arms Park in Cardiff, Wales. Photo by Gruff Thomas/Sportsfile

Connacht Rugby is expecting a full house at Dexcom Stadium for Saturday’s URC fixture against the Scarlets (7.05pm). ...


Galway Community College of Further Education to hold open day next week

Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) will hold a further education open day on campus on Tuesday, March 5 from 9am to 4pm. This is an opportunity to visit the college in Wellpark, Galway city, to get the most accurate and up to date ...


COMPETITION CLOSED: Enter to win a €250 gift voucher for Thérapie Clinic's new Galway city state-of-the-art clinic

Europe’s No.1 Medical Aesthetic Clinic, Thérapie Clinic, is celebrating the opening of Ireland's largest aesthetic clinic in Edward Square with an exclusive giveaway!! ...


Galway businesses invited to participate in training and networking events during Local Enterprise Week

laria de Filippo, Supervisor at The Galmont Hotel and Spa, Employee of the Year Winner from the Galway Branch of the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF), was commended at the annual IHF conference which took place Monday 26th and Tuesday February 27 at the Slieve Russell Hotel, Co. Cavan. Pictured are IHF President Denyse Campbell and Ilaria de Filippo. More than 400 hotel and guesthouse owners and managers from across Ireland gathered for the conference, discussing the opportunities and challenges facing Ireland’s tourism and hospitality industry in 2024 and beyond.

Small businesses and budding entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of events aimed at helping them to start or grow their business as part of this year’s Local Enterprise Week in Galway city and county. The initiative ...


Discover the opportunities at Bon Secours Hospital Galway open day

Leo Clancy, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, which is one of the supporters of the new Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs initiative, and Dr. Anne Cusack, founder of Critical Healthcare who is on the programme's panel.

Bon Secours Hospital Galway open day in the Cath Lab on December 7 is an opportunity for nurses and cardiac physiologists to explore its department and discuss the employment opportunities with the Cardiology Services Manager, Chief Cardiac ...


Spacious Spiddal home with spectacular bay views

Baile Eamon, Spiddal.

Keane Mahony Smith presents this six bedroom property on a large elevated site of c2 acres with outstanding views of Galway Bay, the Clare hills, the Cliffs of Moher and the Aran Islands. ...


Toyota kicks off 2024 as market leader

From left to right: Shaun Donnellan, Nigel Buckley, Robert Doyle, Mike McMahon, Inga Jouzunaite, Tony Burke,  Adrian Boyle and Charlie Donnellan, Tony Burke Motors Toyota Retailer, Ballybrit.

Toyota has closed out the hugely competitive January passenger car sales period as the clear market leader with a share of 17.34%. This marks the fourth January in a row as Ireland’s best-selling car brand. 5,457 passenger cars were sold by ...


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