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Naughton welcomes jobs boost as An Spidéal-based Aran Biomedica announce 150 posts

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150 new high-skill jobs in the Galway Gaeltacht have been announced today by An Spidéal-based Aran Biomedical, a leading biomaterials manufacturer in the medical device sector.

Failte Ireland announces new Business Continuity Scheme for tourism sector

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Tourism transport operators such as car rental companies, chauffeur and limousine businesses and escorted tour providers will be eligible to apply for funding under the next stage of Fáilte Ireland’s strategic Tourism Business Continuity Scheme with the application process opening today, Thursday, April 8.

New outdoor dining scheme a boost for sector recovery

Constituency Fianna Fáil Minister of State at the Department of Business, Deputy Robert Troy, has described launch of the Outdoor Dining Scheme as a great opportunity for the hospitality sector to increase capacity.

Naughton urges local schools to apply for Safe Routes programme

Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton, is encouraging all schools in Galway and South Mayo to apply for the Safe Routes to School programme.

A battle to preserve local democracy, says Parsons

Cllr Dr Evelyn Parsons has called on Galway County Council to make a formal submission to the Minister for Housing Local Government & Heritage outlining the council’s “complete opposition” to the proposed provisions of the Land Development Agency Bill 2021. The Bill to set up the agency contains a number of clauses which would divest councillors of their veto on land transfers relating to the new agency.

Outdoor dining funding scheme opens this month

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A new €17 million scheme for developing outdoor dining capacity nationwide was launched this week by Minister for Tourism, Catherine Martin TD, and Fáilte Ireland.

Home Instead Midlands announces jobs recruitment campaign

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Home Instead Midlands is looking to further grow its team of CAREGivers in the weeks and months ahead.

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New scheme set to increase outdoor dining capacity in Westmeath

A new outdoor dining scheme, announced this week, is set to transform Westmeath's towns and villages with street cafes and public spaces.

IPAV say building of more homes the answer to rate inflation

Responding to the recently published Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) rent index for Q4 2020, IPAV, the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers, said with rents staying inflated it remains much more expensive to rent than service a mortgage on a home, if only those on average wages could acquire a property.


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