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Are all pigs really equal?

The Government’s recent job protection programme involves a €200 a week subsidy towards employees' wages. At first glance this seems a solid measure to protect employment. However all is not as clear-cut as it seems.

Forget Playstations as Console offers traditional family day out in Ross Castle

Take a trip back in time to when you were a child growing up, there were no mobile phones, no playstations, and not a whole lot of money, so what did you do for fun?

Galway Garda retain title

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Galway’s most prestigious property disposal this year

DTZ Sherry FitzGerald has been instructed by Grant Thornton to dispose of one of Galway’s most prominent motor showroom facilities, which is strategically located off the N6.

Boston Scientific employees cycle their way into Guinness World Records

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Big-hearted Boston Scientific employees were celebrating recently after breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people cycling exercise bikes simultaneously and raising a phenomenal €25,000 for their chosen charity of the year, Ábalta.

Technology firms still going strong in Galway

The announcement last week that Galway is to gain 90 new IT related jobs in two separate announcements by Hewlett Packard and Buy.com is a timely reminder that, despite all the doom and gloom, Galway and the western region still has a strong and thriving technology industry.

Christmas concerts aim to raise €17,000 for local charities

A Galway woman aims to raise €17,000 for three local charities by organising four Christmas family concerts in the city.

A home that became a gallery

WHEN THEN Now/Cuimhne Na Nollag, the pre-Christmas art exhibition at the Rosa Parks Art Gallery and Studio in Mervue, will be officially opened today at 5pm.

A home that became a gallery

WHEN THEN Now/Cuimhne Na Nollag, the pre-Christmas art exhibition at the Rosa Parks Art Gallery and Studio in Mervue, will be officially opened today at 5pm.

 

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