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Make your website work for your business

Penny for penny (or cent for cent) your company or business website is without doubt the most important and the most cost effective marketing tool you will ever possess for you and your business. It’s probably fair to say that most people in business 'expect' your business to have a website. So what are the major benefits of owning a fully functioning website to you and your business?   

Joyce’s supermarket group to join Q mark hygiene and safety programme

Family-run business, the Joyce’s Supermarket Group, is to join the Q Mark for Hygiene and Food Safety system, a nationally recognised, accredited programme offered by Excellence Ireland Quality Association (EIQA).

Looking for work — why not improve your skills?

Are you job hunting? We all know it is never an enjoyable task looking around for an ideal opportunity that will help you take the next step in your career. So once you do find that perfect job you cannot afford to make any mistakes and let the opportunity pass you by.

Looking for work — why not improve your skills?

Are you job hunting? We all know it is never an enjoyable task looking around for an ideal opportunity that will help you take the next step in your career. So once you do find that perfect job you cannot afford to make any mistakes and let the opportunity pass you by.

Castlebar Town Council withdraws part of McHale Park planning permission

Castlebar Town Council withdrew part of the planning permission for McHale Park at its monthly meeting last Thursday. The meeting, which was attended by a large number of the residents of McHale Road, but not by members of the Mayo County Board, saw a motion put forward by independent councillor Frank Durcan and seconded by fellow independent councillor and Mayor of the town Michael Kilcoyne passed by six votes to three in the chamber.

Dwindling donations sees GSPCA threatened with closure

Spiralling costs and dwindling donations have forced the GSPCA to consider closing.

Private sector to take over Athlone’s rubbish collection

Municipal waste services in Athlone will cease before the end of the year after the Town Council followed the county’s lead at this month’s meeting (November 2), and conceded its inability to commercially compete with the eight private companies operating in the county.

Open days at AIT offer opportunity to explore college options

Athlone Institute of Technology opens up its campus to the general public and anyone interested in attending third level this weekend. Two days of exhibitions, talks and campus tours will take place this weekend on Friday November 13 and Saturday November 14.

ITAG explains the evolving role of your IT manager

The IT Association of Galway (ITAG) in association with IBM is holding a breakfast event in the Clayton Hotel to discuss the evolving role of the IT manager.

O’Flaherty calls for maps to show floodplains

Councillors must know exactly where the floodplains in Galway city and its surrounding areas are so that homes being built are not at risk from future floods.

 

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