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Galwegians are being asked to make their views known on the planning guidelines for national secondary and primary routes such as the N59, N84, N17 and the N18.
The ARAMARK Healthcare team at Mayo General Hospital has retained the flagship ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems certification. This certification is a signal to all hospital users of the high standards of hygiene and food safety which are in place at MGH.
Wardrobe Elegance Galway is operated by Benny Lee who, being a franchisee of Sliderobes for the past 10 years, has twice earned franchisee of the year in 2003 and 2004. Wardrobe Elegance Galway can now offer their customers the very same high standards, but at a much more affordable price.
Bands this week at the Bodhrán bar are as follows:
If you lost your job during the recession then you may find it difficult to come to terms with the changes imposed by this major shift in your circumstances.
Born Clothing in Newtownsmith is holding a weekend of activities from today to Sunday June 13 to celebrate its first birthday, and they are giving YOU a present!
A job, healthier finances, a better work/life balance or more quality time with your family. Goals are the starting point of creating a new reality but without proper thought and planning many of them are doomed to failure.
In these challenging times finding the ideal job, progressing in your current career, or ensuring that your employees have the skills they need to flourish is more important than ever before. Talent Fusion training and career transition consultancy, based in Deerpark Business Centre, Oranmore, was established in 2002 with the aim of helping individuals and companies achieve excellence through innovative customised career development and training solutions.
Minister for Labour Affairs and for Public Service Transformation Dara Calleary TD has launched a series of roadshows by the National Employment Rights Authority (NERA) in Ballina this week.
A group of former coal miners from Castlecomer and from other mining regions around the country, who suffer with chronic occupational diseases, held a protest in Dublin on Wednesday last.