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City council meetings - sniping, grandstanding, and long-winded bores

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“The minutes seem like hours,” Mayor Hildegarde Naughton once sang in a performance of the Leonard Bernstein musical West Side Story.

Start your own business

More and more people are now looking at the option of self-employment due to the current economic climate. For some people, it is an opportunity to explore a business idea that they may have had in the back of their minds for some time, but never pursued owing to the lack of time or perhaps the comfort of the relatively ‘secure income’ they may have enjoyed in employment.

Mayo businesses urged to look at public procurement options

November’s Mayo Open Coffee Club meeting will take place on Wednesday November 2 at 11am in the TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar, and this month the club will be focusing on the Public Procurement Process. Annually the market for public procurement in the EU amounts to approximately €1,800 billion.

Louisburgh St Vincent De Paul

The Louisburgh St Vincent De Paul Society is currently looking to recruit new members to the society in order to help with the existing and expanding workload.

Actions under way to reduce absenteeism in HSE West

The HSE West is to implement actions to reduce daily absenteeism figure across all sites and all services in HSE West, which currently stands at five per cent, to a reduced 3.5 per cent rate.

Hospital visitor slams mixed wards for lack of dignity

A West of Ireland woman visiting a relative at University Hospital Galway during the weekend says she was concerned to see patients accommodated in a mixed gender ward at the regional hospital.

Hospital visitor slams mixed wards for lack of dignity

A West of Ireland woman visiting a relative at University Hospital Galway during the weekend says she was concerned to see patients accommodated in a mixed gender ward at the regional hospital.

Deloitte launches search for 215 graduates

Deloitte, the leading business advisory firm, has announced that it has commenced its search for 215 graduate positions in its Irish business. The positions, which are for an initial three and a half year contract, will be available in the Dublin, Cork and Limerick offices, across all departments of the firm including audit, tax, consulting, corporate finance and enterprise risk services. Two hundred of the positions are for an autumn 2012 start, while the remainder will have an immediate start this year. The positions will be available to graduates from a range of different disciplines – including not only those with accountancy and business backgrounds, but also graduates with engineering, IT and legal backgrounds amongst others.

Mentoring programme for female entrepreneurs launched

Minister for Small Business, John Perry, has formally launched the National Mentoring Programme for Female Entrepreneurs. The programme is an initiative led by Galway Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the four chambers of commerce in Dublin, Cork, Waterford, and Sligo. The mentoring programme is geared towards early stage female entrepreneurs and sees them matched with a mentor for a 12-month period of mentoring support.

Will Mayo’s contenders jump to the top of the Q?

Four local Mayo businesses have just been revealed to be amongst the top contenders at this year’s national Q Mark awards.

 

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