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The Government's new scheme to recruit apprentices will give employers a cash injection into their business and provide apprentices with a pathway into a new career.
Free parking is available to parents on school runs who are also using the Galway City Council's new ‘Park and Stride’ facilities, involving 22 car parks across Galway city.
Ireland West Airport has welcomed the announcement that funding to the amount of €1,000,524 from the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport has been approved for Safety and Security Projects under the CAPEX and PPR-C Schemes of the Regional Airports Programme. Capital expenditure (CAPEX) of €569,964 and PPR-C (Public Policy Remit-Capital) funding of €430,560 was provided.
Gadget Gear is an Irish business that has been operating out of Corbett Court Shopping Centre in the heart of Galway city since 2011. Owned by a husband and wife team – Victoria and Laurence have created something special with their fantastic staff, most of whom have been with Gadget Gear from the very beginning.
The landscape of the residential letting market has changed during the Covid 19 crisis. Deirdre Greaney, letting manager with Winters Property Management, explains why there is an increase in letting properties on the market.
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Robert Troy, has said it is unacceptable that some insurance companies are still using every avenue and technicality to get out of their obligation to pay out on legitimate claims.
In light of the superb work being carried out across the country by our healthcare workers,the Choice Hotel Group are donating 1,800 free overnight stays to HSE fronhtline workers to be used when the current crisis comes to an end.
by declan varley
Mark Nestor Property Services is a new and exciting auctioneer, valuer and estate agent company serving Athlone, Moate, Ballymahon and the surrounding areas. The company offers services in sales, rentals, commercial, valuations and property management.
The Galway County Council has adopted new special speed limits for specific housing estates throughout the county at Monday’s monthly meeting at County Hall.