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First cohort of ATU and Unitherm heat pump technicians graduate

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The first cohort of graduates of the new Heat Pump Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Servicing programme developed by Atlantic Technological University and Galway-based company Unitherm Heating Systems were presented with their certificate awards at a formal ceremony in Unitherm Heating Systems’ new training academy in Glenrock Business Park, Ballybane on Friday last. Minister for State Hildegarde Naughton also formally opened the training academy during the event.

Midlands delegation visits leading Spanish social economy region to learn best practice

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A Midlands delegation comprising officials from a number of local authorities and key social enterprise stakeholders learned of the best practices in social economy during a recent visit to the Navarre region in Spain.

Connemara-based organic salmon producer completes €543,000 investment, supported by BIM

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One of Ireland’s leading producers of organic salmon, Connemara-based Cill Chiaráin Éisc Teoranta (CCET), has completed a substantial €543,000 investment aimed at future-proofing the business and protecting local jobs.

FG urges social media companies to raise the account age limit to a minimum of 16

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All social media companies must raise their account age limits to 16 to match the digital consent age here, according to Fine Gael TD Ciaran Cannon.

Chambers Ireland calls for immediate action on sustainability and productivity

Chambers Ireland, the voice of business in Ireland is calling on all the Irish candidates for the EU elections to heed the needs of businesses after a series of difficult years for the business community.

Our Lady’s Bower crowned winners of prestigious #ThinkLanguages annual schools competition

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Our Lady’s Bower have been proudly announced as the winner of the national #ThinkLanguages competition by Minister for Education, Deputy Norma Foley.

Loughrea’s Chanelle Pharma sold to leading international private equity firm

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One of Ireland’s most successful companies, Chanelle Pharma has been sold by its founder Michael H Burke to Exponent, a leading private equity firm. Headquartered in Loughrea, Chanelle Pharma is Ireland’s largest indigenous manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals for animal and human health. The terms of the sale have not been disclosed.

"To be a peacemaker you have to be a troublemaker"- Adayfi

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Mansoor Adayfi launched his new book 'Don't Forget us Here', at Charlie Byrne's Bookshop alongside the Galway Alliance Against War

University of Galway’s open day to showcase opportunities for postgraduate studies

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University of Galway’s 2024 Postgraduate Open Day will focus on opportunities to improve employability and increase earning potential with a comprehensive insight of study options on offer.

BIA Innovator Campus provides recipe for success

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It was another momentous day in Athenry last Friday when Ireland’s first National Centre of Excellence dedicated to supporting start up, micro and small food businesses was officially opened by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

 

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