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The loss of 85 jobs in Boston Scientific is “a blow to the city”, the Government “must do all it can” to give Galway a “pick up and to stimulate job creation in the city”.
A spokesperson for Boston Scientific in Galway has confirmed today (Monday) that staff have been told of plans to reduce the workforce of 3,000 by up to 175 positions.
Proxy Biomedical Ltd, a leading innovator in the development of biomaterials for regenerative medicine, this week officially opened its new manufacturing premises in an Údarás na Gaeltachta facility in An Spidéal.
A woman who suffered from an "adjustment disorder" after she was fired by a Galway medical devices firm has been awarded €30,000 in compensation by an Employment Appeals Tribunal.
Two Galway based charities, the Galway branch of Cystic Fibrosis and the Galway Rape Crisis Centre, have joined forces to organise a unique fundraising evening in the city on October 31.
A warm welcome awaits in Swinford for all who make the trip for the fourth race in the 2008 Mayo AC Road Race series. Swinford AC host the Swinford 8km Road Race on Sunday, August 3 at 5pm and it promises to be a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Swinford AC are one of the most progressive, ambitious and successful juvenile athletics clubs in the west and undoubtedly this race will be run with the same level of enthusiasm and efficiency as all their club activities to date.
More than 80 national and international employers have signed up for the GMIT recruitment and careers fair 2008, which will take place in the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Thursday October 30.
There was mixed news on the jobs front for Galway yesterday with the announcement of 45 lucrative new jobs at Boston Scientific being overshadowed by the news that 70 jobs are in doubt after top motor dealer Tom Hogan Motors went into voluntary liquidation.
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ARAMARK Ireland’s Cupcake Campaign will run from June 29 to July 4 where mouth-watering cupcakes will be on sale in ARAMARK Ireland sites throughout the country, and a percentage of each sale will go towards the ARAMARK Ireland Charitable Fund, which includes the Mayo Cancer Support Association.