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Jobs boost as Integer announces plans for massive Parkmore facility

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Up to 200 new jobs will be created in Galway with Integer Holdings Corporation, a leading medical device outsource manufacturer, constructing a manufacturing facility in Parkmore East.

SALT Float and Recovery Suites - Galway’s experts in corporate wellness

Corporate wellness programmes are a hot topic in the workplace. With increased levels of job stress and burnout reported, companies are prioritising wellness to safeguard employees and ensure employee retention.

New dog grooming course launches at GTI

Galway Technical Institute is the largest and longest established college of further education in the west of Ireland, catering for up to 2,000 students annually both full and part-time.

Achieve an internationally recognised computer qualification

GRETB Training Centre is now offering a fully funded International Computer Driving Licence course (ICDL).

Galway Executive Skillnet launches autumn training schedule

Galway Executive Skillnet (GES) has launched its autumn training schedule with some exciting new programmes to help businesses emerge “from survival to growth” post-Covid.

Avail of essential advice at series of virtual events are hosting a series of virtual recruitment events over the next few months.

I-Career can help young people navigate education and career planning

I-Career, based in Oranmore, Galway, is now in its 12th year in business. The company specialises in career planning for young people between the ages of 13 and 25 who are challenged by education and career planning decisions.

New TG4 series introduces those who came to the west of Ireland for better work-life balance

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A new six-part series showcasing life in the west of Ireland will be aired on TG4 starting on September 23.

Labour leader backs Galway Local Employment Services workers fight against privatisation

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Attempts to privatise Galway Local Employment Services need “to be fought in every town and county”, otherwise they will “lose their true value” in supporting “vulnerable people back into the workplace”.

‘Comedians are delighted to see the Galway Comedy Festival coming back’

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“Laughter is the best medicine, it is important for our mental health, for audiences, for the people working in the industry, and also for comedians themselves. They use it as therapy, it’s their only release. You can’t really do it on Instagram, you have to do it live.”


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