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A significant piece of ocean research infrastructure was brought to fruition with the completion of the Galway Bay underwater ocean observatory over the weekend. Through the combined effort of the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), the Marine Institute and Commissioners of Irish Lights the final piece of equipment has been deployed to give researchers and ocean energy developers unique insight into the Galway bay marine environment. The observatory is now entering into a commissioning period and is expected to be operational in the coming months.
Galway Hospice will hold its 10th annual Galway Memorial Walk on Sunday September 13. This year’s walk will begin at 12 noon from the Claddagh Hall, following the traditional coastal route to Blackrock and return — a total distance of 6.5km.
Independent Galway Senator Fidelma Healy Eames has written to Galway City Council asking them to prioritise the repair and restoration of what she termed the “unsatisfactory” swimming facilities at Blackrock, Ladies Beach, Mid Promenade and Grattan Road, Salthill.
Market intelligence provider Industrial Info Resources, which officially opened its new 16,500sq ft office in Ballybrit this week, has announced that it will create 50 new jobs in the city.
Market intelligence provider Industrial Info Resources, which officially opened its new 16,500sq ft office in Ballybrit today, has announced that it will create 50 new jobs in the city.
Just days before an estimated 25,000 to 30,000 people are set to scale Ireland's 'holiest mountain' for Reek Sunday, strong calls have been issued to Mayo County Council to do more to protect the ancient pilgrimage site.
The Mayo Local Enterprise Office, in conjunction with Moy Valley Resources IRD and Junior Chambers International, Mayo, recently organised a Business Boot-Camp for second level students in Ballina. The four day boot-camp was designed to inform and educate students in a light hearted, fun, and realistic way on the ups and downs of creating a business enterprise.
Mayo AC runners were in action at various events over the weekend and had top three finishers at Roscommon, Killarney, and Crossmolina. John Byrne finished second in Roscommon Harriers' 10 mile race on Saturday. His 53:53 finish was a great time over this classic distance given his career span, it was just 45 seconds outside his 2010 Craughwell 10 mile personal best of 53:08. A tough windy stretch mid-race cost finishers a good few seconds. Mark Kirwan (Raheny Shamrock AC) was the winner in 52:32. Well done too to Brendan Hession who had a great run to finish 16th overall with a personal best in 62:15.
Strong signs of a recovery within the Irish motoring sector have been largely supported by the availability of competitive finance products such as PCP,according to Volkswagen Group Ireland CEO, Lars Himmer.
There are strong signs of a sustainable recovery within the Irish motoring sector, largely supported by the availability of competitive finance products such as PCP which have kept the industry alive through very difficult times, according to Volkswagen Group Ireland CEO, Lars Himmer.