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A man has been sentenced to nine years for assaulting and threatening to kill a 97-year-old woman in her home.
The full support of the Government will be given to Valeo to further grow operations in Ireland, vowed Minister of State at the Department of Jobs, Enterprise, and Innovation, John Perry, who was in Tuam this week for the official opening of Valeo Vision System’s expanded facility.
The Mullingar Chamber of Commerce was saddened to hear of the death of Ted O’Leary, father of local business man and Ryanair boss Michael. Ted moved to Mullingar from County Cork in the late 60s and set up Tailteann Textiles on the Longford Road which employed a large number of Mullingar people for many years.
Drinking water quality in County Kilkenny has improved slightly according to a report issued recently by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): The Provision and Quality of Drinking Water in Ireland, A Report for the years 2008 – 2009.
Galway received a significant employment boost on Tuesday when Avaya announced it is creating 75 new positions at their offices in Mervue Business Park. The jobs are part of the company’s new Customer Experience Centre, which opened with a special ribbon cutting ceremony by Michael Bayer, president of Avaya’s field operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Barry O’Leary, CEO of the Industrial Development Authority Ireland.
GMIT Hotel School students have won an impressive 24 medals — eight gold, eight silver, and eight bronze — in the national Panel of Chefs CATEX competition, held in Dublin recently.
Galway received a positive boost yesterday with the announcement that leading US telecommunications company Genband will be investing €8 million in establishing an international headquarters and business centre in the city and creating more than 100 new jobs.
A dedicated colposcopy unit for women requiring further investigation following a cervical smear test was officially opened at University Hospital Galway at the weekend.
What would have happened to James Joyce had he come to the relative comforts of Coole, instead of opting for hardship and exile and the life of a wandering artist in Europe?