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Budget 2024 must capitalise on opportunity of AI, Web3 - Digital Business Ireland

Digital Business Ireland (DBI) the country’s leading representative body for online businesses, has published its pre-Budget 2024 submission.

Cost of weekly shop a common financial impact experienced by consumers - Aviva

The increased cost of the weekly food shop is the most common financial impact experienced by 77% of consumers this year, cited amongst 82% of women surveyed and 73% of men, according to new research from Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland DAC (Aviva).

TUS becomes first Irish University appointed as lead of European University

Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) has been announced as the new coordinator for RUN-EU (Regional University Network-European University), making it the first Irish university appointed as lead of a European University.

Global ambition – New era for West of Ireland’s scaling technology firms with launch of Platform94

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Galway Technology Centre (GTC) has, today, announced a major rebrand and shift in direction, with the launch of its new vision and regional remit as Platform94. Unveiled at a ceremony in The Connacht Hotel, in Galway City, last week Platform94 will move beyond a physical location in Galway, supporting businesses across the West and delivering scaling expertise for firms in Mayo, Roscommon and Galway.

Shannon Airport reaches new heights with Europe’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme

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Shannon Airport has reached new heights with Europe’s Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme, after being awarded Carbon Accreditation level 2 by the globally recognised Airport Council International (ACI).

Saw Doctors to rock Tuam this summer with reprise of West’s Awake concert

In 1991, on the crest of their wave, The Saw Doctors played an iconic concert in their hometown at Tuam Stadium that has stayed in the memory of their fans. In the interim, there have been many calls for the gig to be repeated — and finally it is going to happen.

University of Galway launches initiative to enhance social life of the farming community

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University of Galway’s Rural Studies Centre is to lead a new social organisation for the farming community, called Farmer's Yards, with a pilot initiative at Mountbellew Livestock Mart.

Patrick's Day 'junkets' for ministers need questioning

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Upcoming St Patrick's Day trips are under fire from Galway's People Before Profit representatives.

Local Minister of State makes initial foray into European political sphere

Local Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, travelled to Brussels twice in recent times, his first foray into European politics.

Patients unable to access medicines as widespread shortages increase - Medicine Shortage Index

A figure of 212 different medicines needed by Irish patients are currently out of stock, an increase of 25 on last month as the country’s medicine supply chain and pricing challenges continue to impact healthcare on a daily basis, analysis published today has found.


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