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Goal to work scheme coming to Swinford

Are you unemployed? Do you want to achieve a coaching qualification in GAA, rugby, and soccer so that you can work as a coach? Goal to Work multi agency committee invites applications for this sports coach training programme. Participation on this course will not affect a social welfare payment and there are no course fees.

Galway company signs new contracts totalling more than two million euro

A west of Ireland based retail management systems company has signed major new contracts in the UK and Ireland, worth well in excess of €2million. Retail Solutions, based in Tuam, Co Galway – and with offices strategically located across the country – has already much of the Irish market sewn up and has plans to branch into South Africa this year.

New COPE Galway shop to provide funds for increased demand in services

COPE Galway have announced the opening of their new charity shop on St Augustine St., Galway. The shop will provide vital funds for COPE Galway and all proceeds from the shop will help deliver front-line services to vulnerable and isolated people in Galway city and county.

Atlantic Prosthetic Orthotic Services Ltd celebrates its 10th anniversary

When Atlantic Prosthetic Orthotic Services (APOS) Ltd first opened in 2002, the company employed two prosthetist/orthotists and one technician. Now employing over 13 people at their clinical and manufacturing base in Kilcolgan, Co Galway, APOS Ltd is one of the largest providers of prosthetic and orthotic services in Ireland. The company holds clinics (funded both publicly via HSE and privately) throughout the country and has clients from both Ireland and abroad.

Galway company wins major contract to support Scottish businesses

A Galway company this week secured a major international framework agreement that will see it provide Innovation and lean management support to some 200 businesses in the United Kingdom.

Search is on for Mayo Rose

You don’t need to win the Lotto to be treated like a Princess, but any young woman who enters the 2011 Mayo Rose selection will get the royal treatment and be in with a chance to become the Rose of Tralee. 

FETAC addiction and language courses

The Learning Curve Institute has announced that its highly popular FETAC accredited courses in addiction studies and French and Spanish language will be coming to Castlebar, Galway, Sligo, and Limerick in September this year.


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