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Airport site should be made into major sports stadium for the west says Carroll

A 25,000 seater stadium for use by rugby, soccer, and the GAA, along with a sports centre of excellence, should be the aim of any future plans for the Galway Airport site in Carnmore.

Free parking comes into force on Monday

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Two hour, free, on street parking, in Galway city centre between the hours of 10am and 12 noon, come into force on Monday and will run for a three week period.

British Ambassador to address Galway business community

The British Ambassador to Ireland, Dominick Chilcott, will be the guest speaker at next week’s Autumn Business Lunch hosted by the Galway Chamber of Commerce.

Arthouse cinema takes shape

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By May 2014 Galway city will finally have its long awaited art house cinema, with construction of the Solas Picture Palace now at an advanced stage.

Galway ‘will fall behind’ without support for major projects, says chamber

Galway will not be able to maintain its position as the third largest city in the State and “will fall behind” in terms of development unless vital infrastructure and investment projects are supported by Government.

Capturing your share of international business at July MOCC

The international marketplace is waiting for you and your business can benefit in a big way. Carol Brady from The Enterprise Europe Network (www.een-ireland.ie) will be talking about “Capturing the Share of International Business” at the next MOCC meeting due to take place in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar, on Wednesday July 3 at 9.30am.

Capturing your share of international business at July MOCC

The international marketplace is waiting for you and your business can benefit in a big way. Carol Brady from The Enterprise Europe Network (www.een-ireland.ie) will be talking about “Capturing the Share of International Business” at the next MOCC meeting due to take place in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar, on Wednesday July 3 at 9.30am.

Airport hosts city’s new park and ride service

A new six month pilot park and ride service based at Galway Airport in Carnmore opened this week, with bus service to and from the city centre every 20 to 30 minutes.

Conference to explore the economic potential of the sea

The potential for sea food, sea technology, sea energy, and ports/harbours in generating economic growth, will be the subjects of the inaugural Bright Blue Sea Conference.

Council awards €22,500 to Galway Sea Festival

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The inaugural Galway Sea Festival, which hopes to bring in a higher number of tourists during the June bank holiday weekend by holding up to 50 events promoting the city’s maritime history, culture, and environment, has been awarded funding of €25,500 by Galway City Council.

 

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