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Councillor calls for extra bins for city

Outside of the city centre there is a serious lack of bins, according to Galway city councillor Michael Crowe who is calling for an extra 200 bins to be provided to meet the needs of the people and to fulful the local authorities committment to properly tackle litter.

Successful briefing on the everchanging employment law

Collins McNicholas & Purdy Fitzgerald Solicitors yesterday hosted a major Employment Law Breakfast Briefing in the Clayton Hotel where clients from within the multinational, Irish indigenous, SMEs and public sector from across the re%gion provided an overview on recent updates in legislation.

Councillor urges town council to clampdown on public begging

Athlone town councillor Sheila Buckley Byrne asked the February meeting of Athlone Town Council if it would be possible to pass a bylaw to limit begging in the town.

Growth of project management certification and education

The growing demand for project management has spawned a great increase in the need for project management education, certification, and training.

GCBA pedestrian counter reveals city footfall

The annual Christmas shopping spree may have taken its time in taking off but it grew to reach highs of nearly 50,000 visitors in just one day, according to figures released by the Galway City Business Association (GCBA).

Growth of project management certification and education

The growing demand for project management has spawned a great increase in the need for project management education, certification and training.

Why risk nine times more money per project?

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Across the globe, more and more executives are beginning to appreciate that to be successful demands a project mind-set, especially when they realise that they have finite resources that they have to put to the best use.

Ability West and Coffey Group awarded NSAI certification

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County Galway-based companies Ability West and the Coffey Group were among the 49 private and public sector organisations receiving awards last week from the Minister of State for Small Business, Mr John Perry T.D. The County Galway based companies joined the likes of the international telecommunications company Vodafone and the state’s Forensic Science Laboratory in achieving certified levels of excellence under a range of headings.

Folly of sick pay proposals highlighted as jobs crisis escalates — Calleary

Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Jobs Dara Calleary has said the latest Live Register figures show that the jobs crisis continues to deteriorate and that the Government’s jobs strategy is not working. Deputy Calleary has again appealed to the Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton not to make things worse by introducing a statutory sick pay scheme.

Female entrepreneurs mentoring seminar: Registration now open

Supporting Women Entrepreneurs Mentoring and Business Seminar is now open for registration.

 

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