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The future of work - changes are coming

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Last Saturday, the Citizens' Assembly published its recommendations on gender equality, which are an impressive set of worthy proposals for constitutional and legislative changes.

Mayo people invited to have their say in shaping the future of remote working

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Fine Gael wants to hear the views of people in Mayo on remote working - during an online event, to be attended by An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, TD, and Alan Dillon, TD.

Local hotels adopt safety first policy

‘If that goes well, then we can consider hospitality in June’, was the message on Tuesday from Tánaiste, Leo Varadkar, referring to the numbers for virus cases, in hospitals, new variants and vaccine rollout all going in the right direction in the coming weeks.

Jobs boost as Hewlett Packard names Galway as European cyber security hub

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There was further good news on the jobs front for Galway yesterday (Wednesday) when Hewlett Packard Enterprise named Galway as its European hub for cyber security operations.

A year like no other

A year since Ireland went into a Covid-induced lockdown, we can look back and see how we have suffered and stagnated, progressed and then regressed in attempts to return to our pre-Covid normality.

Calls for new industries to be sourced for Knocknacarra following AbbVie decision

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The Government and the IDA must source and secure a replacement employer in the Knocknacarra area following pharmaceutical firm AbbVie’s decision to cease operations by the end of this year, with the loss of 75 jobs.

Enterprise Ireland’s competitive start fund formally launched

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, has invited entrepreneurs to apply for Enterprise Ireland’s €1m Competitive Start Fund (CSF) which is now open for applications from ambitious founders of early stage start-ups.

Where next for the arts in Galway in 2021?

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For The Insider, engagement with the arts in 2020 often meant watching them from my sitting room with a cup of tea - or a G&T - in front of me, and, sadly, given the continuing uncertainties surrounding the rollout of the nation’s Covid-19 vaccination programme, that situation might remain unchanged for months to come.

US inauguration affords sense of hope as Connacht succumb in PRO14 encounter

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Grealish demands IDA ‘do more’ to attract industry to Knocknacarra

Pledges that Knocknacarra, the city’s most populated suburb, would be promoted as a location for investment, have not been met, and there remains “no indication” of any new industries locating there.

 

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