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Tesco Ireland's Commercial Director, Joe Manning, said that the emphasis on local suppliers is something that comes naturally to Tesco, given that they are "by and far the biggest purchaser of Irish produce in the world".
I have been on many of these trips over the decades, but maybe it's age, or maybe it's the lack of proximity since the last one, but this visit of work seems the most interesting. Most trips over the years have been dominated by agriculture or fishing, and while both are still firmly on the agenda, the menu of topics for the European project has greatly expanded in the past few years, the past few months and the past few days.
An East Galway bakery is showing how to grow new markets with the opening of new premises at its location in Derrymullen, Ballinasloe.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has released the official 222 new vehicle registration figures for October.
University of Galway to participate in major study on impact of climate change on environmental pathogens
University of Galway has teamed up with 12 institutes across 10 countries for a new €10m Horizon Europe project to examine the impact of climate change on health risks due to disease-causing microorganisms in coastal waters.
It’s Wednesday evening and I type these words in a quiet corner of the Berlaymont in Brussels. Outside the evening is a grey November, not quite frosty yet, but winter is on the way. And perhaps a sort of winter is on the way for the institution in whose building I am working.
In celebration of the recognition by the EU Prize for Literature 2022 of his novel Madame Lazare, a free event will take place at Kennys Bookshop next Friday, November 18th, when Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin will be joined in conversation by Doireann ní Ghríofa.
Electric cars are the big winners in the official 222 new vehicle registration figures for October.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 222 new vehicle registration figures for October. New car registrations for October were down 2.1% (2,624) when compared to October 2021 (2,680). Registrations year to date are marginally up 0.6% (104,056) on the same period last year (103,425) and are 10.4% behind (116,124) that of pre-Covid levels.
Eleven projects by second-level students from Galway are set to feature in the 2023 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) next January, having being chosen from among 1,700 entries nationwide.