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Galway businesses should apply for new Government grant - Kyne

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Senator Seán Kyne is urging Galway businesses to take advantage of a new grant scheme to directly help small and local businesses with costs they are facing.

Galway Palestine activists go to Dublin following failure to meet Taoiseach

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Following a failure to meet with the Taoiseach at the Moycullen / Mhaigh Cuilinn bypass on Monday, members of the Galway branch of the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign travelled to the Dáil yesterday (Wednesday) in an effort to deliver its ceasefire petition signed by more than 10,000 people.

Naughton and Kyne confirm Taoiseach will open Moycullen Bypass next month

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Local TD and Government Chief Whip, Hildegarde Naughton and Seantor Sean Kyne, have confirmed that the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD, will officially open the new N59 Moycullen Bypass on December 11. In January, 2022, Minister Naughton had turned the sod on the project which involved the construction of 4.3km of new national secondary road, improvement to 3km of local roads, 1.7 km of accommodation roads and 10 structures.

Galway to celebrate India Day this weekend

The Indian Cultural & Sports Community Galway (ICSC GALWAY) has announced that the eagerly awaited India Day celebration, commemorating India’s Independence Day and celebrating the vibrant cultural heritage of India, will take place this Saturday, August 19, from 3pm to 7pm at Coláiste Muire Mháthair on St Mary’s Road, Galway.

Shape your future at Galway Community College of Further Education

Galway Community College of Further Education (GCC) continues to offer full-time courses in a wide variety of career areas designed for entry to skilled employment, in preparation for starting an apprenticeship, or for progression to further and higher education. For some, these courses may be used as a transition year, an opportunity to sample new vocational areas before committing to a longer course of study in university. All GCC's one-year courses offer a mix of blended learning, with work experience and funded Erasmus placements. These courses are aimed at Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied graduates, mature learners and anyone finding themselves considering changing their career path.

Eight Galway retailers supported through Online Retail Scheme

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Eight Galway retailers have been included in round three of the Covid-19 Online Retail Scheme, which will provide funding to help strengthen their online presence and generate new business.

Kyne sparks FG spat by casting doubt on Naughton's Merlin Park plans

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Proposals from the Dept of Health, seen by Senator Seán Kyne cast serious doubts on commitments regarding 200 in-patient beds and a new elective hospital in Merlin Park.

Bonham Quay-bound Genesys to create 100 new jobs in city and remotely

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Bonham Quay-bound Genesys to create 100 new jobs in city and remotely

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Genesys (www.genesys.com), the global leader in cloud customer experience and contact centre solutions, has announced it is creating 100 new software roles in Ireland.

Stay and Spend Scheme must include other tourism businesses, says Kyne

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The Stay and Spend Scheme must be expanded to include tourism businesses, as well as accommodation and food-service providers, according to a Galway senator.

 

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