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Ó Conchúir condemns Noonan's 'allergic to work' comment

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Skilled workers who cannot find employment, those who have emigrated to find work, lone parents who had to give up their jobs as they can no longer afford childcare following cuts to benefits, have been insulted by the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan.

Ó Conchúir calls for urgent action on “ludicrous situation” with Salthill Tourist Office

Sinn Féin Councillor Cathal Ó Conchúir is calling on the government, Fáilte Ireland and Galway City Council to rectify what he says is the “ludicrous situation” that has seen the Tourist Office in Salthill closed for the past few years.

Portwest announces appointment of new store manager for Mayo store

Mayo based company Portwest, which employs 20 people across its Mayo and Galway outlet stores, has announced the appointment of a new store manager to its Westport shop. Founded in 1904 and based in Westport since then, the company has become Ireland’s leading outdoor leisure wear, PPE, and work-wear clothing company.

Portwest celebrates 110 years of history, heritage and business

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Founded in 1904, Irish company Portwest celebrated 110 years in business last month. The family-run business has been based in Westport for over a century where the now global company is discreetly run by a trio of brothers, Cathal, Harry and Owen Hughes. Throughout their 110 years, they have become one of Europe’s most trusted name in work-wear, personal protective equipment, safety footwear and leisurewear.

Portwest celebrates 110 years of history, heritage and business

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Founded in 1904, Irish company Portwest celebrated 110 years in business last month. The family-run business has been based in Westport for over a century where the now global company is discreetly run by a trio of brothers, Cathal, Harry and Owen Hughes. Throughout their 110 years, they have become one of Europe’s most trusted name in work-wear, personal protective equipment, safety footwear and leisurewear.

Ó Conchúir calls for national database to ease housing crisis

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A city councillor has called for the establishment of a national database to help alleviate the housing crisis by making suitable properties available to each local authority area.

Anonymous businessman to pay for Direct Provision students’ third level education

A Galway businessman has come forward and offered to pay for the third level education of two students in the Direct Provision system who were not in a position to fund their courses as their status would mean paying sums of up to €10,000.

Changes to Barna Road traffic lights set to ease tailbacks

Hopes are high that tailbacks plaguing the Knocknacarra/Rusheen Bay area will be dramatically reduced following setting changes to the Barna Road traffic lights.

City’s storm drains in ‘appalling condition’ says Ó Conchúir

Galway city’s storm drains are in “appalling condition” and suffering from neglect, with the D’Alton Place area of Salthill the “worst example”.

Could AAA’s Tommy Holohan upset the odds in Galway City West?

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With three weeks to go to polling, there is much to play for across each of the three Galway city electoral wards. Poster campaigns are now in full flow and candidates are falling over each other for the affections of voters on the doorsteps.

 

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