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Irish Rural Link (IRL), the Moate based national network representing the interest of rural communities, have raised its concern that the announcements in Tuesday’s Budget will not go far enough for many rural households who are really struggling with the rising cost of living.
Carmel Owens, the CEO of Athlone based Sidero, Ireland’s software, cloud and digital transformation specialist, has been named Diversity Role Model of the Year at the Diversity in Tech Awards 2022.
Opel has announced it will reintroduce and redefine a range-topping GSe sub-brand.
A joint campaign has been launched, aimed at reminding road users of the rules of the road when driving on Ireland’s motorway network.
Ibec, the group that represents Irish business, has said that the underlying strength of the Irish business model and its capacity to generate record tax revenue has put Government in a position whereby it can afford to deliver the correct scale of Budget amidst a challenging inflationary environment.
Initiative to improve services for disabled people at local businesses
Olympic champion Aifric Keogh, Kenny’s Bookshop and Gallery director, author, and historian Tom Kenny, and World Food Program representative Mary-Ellen McGroarty are among the recipients of the 2022 University of Galway Alumni Awards. The winners, announced this week, will be presented with their awards at a gala banquet on Friday October 21.
The growing global focus of many businesses across Galway will be among the areas highlighted at this year’s Galway Chamber Business Awards. Taking place in the Galmont Hotel on Friday November 18, the Galway Business Awards 2022, in association with the Shannon Airport Group, will be themed ‘Galway: Embedded Locally, Focused Globally’.
Network Ireland has announced that tickets for its Annual Conference and Businesswoman of the Year Awards have sold out in record time in advance of the event at Galway’s Salthill Hotel on Friday, October 7. More than 70 women across all industries will be celebrated for their work on the day ranging from artists to entrepreneurs.
Galway schools and students are being challenged to become battery recycling champions as part of a nationwide initiative which will also help children with life-limiting illnesses.