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A YOUNG woman is brutally assaulted but her attacker, a serial offender, is walking the streets freely after being given bail by a corrupt judge, in spite of Garda appeals to remand him in custody.
Past overall winners of the SCCUL Enterprise Awards are encouraging businesses throughout Galway City and County to showcase their achievements by entering the awards and exhibiting at the SCCUL Business Expo. The deadline for receipt of entries to the SCCUL Enterprise Awards is 5.30pm on Monday November 3.
Some people will go to great heights for a good shave, especially JP Randles of the Galway Flying Club who sacrificed his crowning glory last Friday, May 23, while flying in a Cessna 172 one mile high over Galway city to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.
Westmeath County Enterprise Board is hosting a women in business seminar entitled ‘Unlocking the True Potential of Your Business’.
John McGuire, founder of imeeGOLF and winner of the SCCUL Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2010 is the key note speaker at the Entrepreneur’s Forum in Ballybane Enterprise Centre on Wednesday April 13. Recently named by Business Plus Magazine as one of Ireland’s top 40 Entrepreneurs under 40, McGuire was the recipient of the inaugural SCCUL Entrepreneur of the Year Award last October.
This photograph of the main entrance to Galway Gaol (facing the Salmon Weir Bridge) was taken in 1903. It was an imposing and intimidating building. The execution chamber was just over the main gate, and many prisoners perished there.
Ireland's leading programme for business start-ups is currently recruiting participants for their second programme. The closing date for applications is January 26. Eighty participants will be asked to commit three hours on one evening a week over the next two months in Dublin or Kerry. This phase of the programme is open to founders with business ideas and co-founders with expertise in a range of disciplines that will complement the business.
More than 200 Irish entrepreneurs, innovators and recession-rebounding business people will converge on NUI Galway’s Cairnes Business School on Saturday September 11 for the first Galway Bizcamp, a conference for networking, learning and sharing.
On Thursday last Mayo barber, John McGuire, now working in Galway broke the world record for the number of heads shaved in one hour as part of the Cancer Society of Ireland and Today FM’s ‘Shave or Dye’ campaign.
A city barber has broken the world record for the number of heads shaved in one hour as part of the Irish Cancer Society/ Today FM’s “Shave or Dye” campaign.