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Local Fianna Fáil TD and Minister of State, Deputy Robert Troy, has this week held discussions with senior officials in Bank of Ireland to discuss options for services in Moate into the future.
Ireland’s largest domestic ferry, Saoirse na Farraige to be operated by Aran Island Ferries, is on its way to Galway from Hong Kong, becoming the sixth ferry in their fleet.
There is great mourning this week over the death of Jack Charlton. But it is mourning mixed with reminiscences, all of them happy ones, of when Jack was in charge of the Irish soccer team and the wonderful spirit it engendered in the Irish people of all ages.
Myles O’Brien of The Tavern, Murrisk, Tourism Officer with Mayo Vintners, has called for assurance that the VAT rate will be reduced to nine per cent when the Covid-19 crisis is over, giving the hospitality sector the assistance it needs to get back on its feet.
Unprecedented levels of uncertainty around business continuity - is the key finding of the first major new national business survey conducted since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ireland on March 23 and 24 by Ibec - the group that represents Irish business.
RECALLING THE Celtic Tiger, a collection of essays examining that controversial era of the Irish economy, will be launched in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop this evening at 6.30pm.
The hugely successful Women in MedTech Forum which takes place on Wednesday, September 25, from 2pm-4pm at Galway Racecourse will be chaired by Fiona Neary, Commercial Director of BioExel and Innovation Operations Manager at NUI Galway featuring a fantastic line-up of speakers from Boston Scientific, Medtronic, Creganna/TE, Merck and the Learning Reservoir, Galway.
The hugely successful Women in MedTech Forum at the Medical Technology Ireland event at Galway Racecourse later this month, will be chaired by Fiona Neary, Commercial Director of BioExel and Innovation Operations Manager at NUI Galway. The forum will feature a fantastic line-up of speakers from Boston Scientific, Medtronic, Creganna/TE, Merck and the Learning Reservoir, Galway.
The Galway City Council is expected to endorse a supporting motion on behalf of Aitheantas - Adoptee Identity Rights, a group campaigning for open access for adoptees to their own information, at its next meeting on Monday.
Sixty years ago yesterday, on June 26 1969, Michael Hughes opened his pub in Woodquay. Our photograph (which was taken in 1953) shows what it looked like before Michael took it over. It was known as Molly Greaney’s and that is the lady herself on the right. Next to her is her brother Tommy who worked as a rep for Dwyers of Cork. The next two men with caps are Brendan Noonan and his brother, and their father is the man with the hat. They were carpenters. The man in the foreground is Tommy O’Brien who worked with an oil company. We do not know who the two men in caps on the left were.