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More than 40 new highly skilled jobs are to be created as part of a €1.9m expansion work being carried out by Cambus Medical, in An Spidéal.
HSE cyber attack quells mood of positivity as funding parity announced for gaelic games participants
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Jack Chambers, Minister of State for the Gaeltacht and Sport, announced on a visit to Galway City and the Connemara Gaeltacht that he has approved two further language plans under the language planning process, in respect of Galway City and the Gaeltacht Language Planning Area of Bearna and Cnoc na Cathrach respectively.
Galway and Rijeka in Croatia will pass the title of European Capital of Culture to Esch in Luxembourg, Kaunas in Lithuania and Novi Sad in Serbia, with a ceremony to be broadcast on TG4.
The Outdoor Dining Enhancement Scheme should be amended to encompass all hospitality businesses, including so called ‘wet pubs’, accordingly to Mayo Fine Gael TD Alan Dillon.
A vibrant night-time culture and economy across Galway, and Ireland, will be vital in driving the recovery after the pandemic.
Minister Catherine Martin has announced that 422 artworks by 70 artists will be added to the National Collection thanks to the €1m fund provided to the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) and the Crawford Art Gallery in October 2020.
The announcement that two Mayo locations - Keel, Sandybanks, in Achill and Carrowmore beach in Lousiburgh, have been chosen as two of twenty two new water sports centres to be developed nationally as part of a €19 million project - has been welcomed.
Leading biomaterials manufacturer Aran Biomedical has this week announced plans to create 150 highly skilled new jobs in the Galway Gaeltacht over the next three years.
There has been broad welcome for the programme which will enable us to enjoy outdoor dining and more of an al fresco experience when we holiday across the country this summer as restrictions ease.