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Some of the west’s most advanced and successful industries – including a number which are working at the frontiers of modern medicine – are taking part in a major exhibition this week.
The annual Galway Lions Club Charity Auction in association with Galway Bay FM and Eircom will be held on Friday December 12 at the Ardilaun hotel, and will be live on air from 9am – 1pm. Up to 250 items will be auctioned on the morning with all proceeds going directly to disadvantaged families and individuals in Galway city.
Galway has changed. Ireland has changed. To the backdrop of the global finance meltdown this city has not escaped the unprecedented downturn that ravages our country day after day.
Boston Scientific announced this week that is has bought Galway biotech company Labcoat Ltd for an undisclosed sum.
Workers at the Celestica plant in Parkmore were waiting to hear their fate last night as the company prepared to hold a general meeting with all 380 day and night shift staff in the facility. It was widely expected that the company, which announced cuts to working hours last week, was preparing to cut its Galway workforce in a bid to offset a fall in revenue.
Colleran auctioneers has this week reduced the price of an extended three-bedroom home in Old Mervue by an incredible €55,000. At the new price of €220,000 this property can now be purchased at its 2004 price, making it easily one of the most attractively priced properties in this very popular area for both first time buyers and investors.
During the summer of 2008, Conlon’s Seafood Restaurant moved to its new premises, a few doors away in Eglinton Street. As you enter the new restaurant, there is a gorgeous art deco feel and the off white decor and furnishings add to a sense of openness. They have several different menus, a great value lunch menu offering a choice of five or six main courses for €9.90, eg, seafood risotto with salad and garlic bread, grilled fresh plaice with creamed potato and vegetable, and good old fashioned fish and chips.
June’s Local Election could be the chance for Labour to make a real breakthrough in Galway city politics and establish itself as a dominant and vibrant force.
Security at the city’s hospitals and other premises was thrown into question yesterday after Galway District Court heard how a man had simply wandered into areas such as the maternity ward, private offices, and locker rooms over a period of six weeks and rifled through bags.
Two healthcare giants based in the midlands and the west have this week posted first quarter losses — despite a massive increase in sales in both companies.