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Galway hurlers face the long trip to Innovate Wexford Park on Sunday (2pm) to take on the home side in the league quarter-finals.
Enterprise Ireland announces all sector €750k Competitive Start Fund to accelerate growth of start-ups
Enterprise Ireland’s first Competitive Start Fund (CSF) of the year will open to all sectors for applications on Tuesday next, January 23. The €750,000 fund will provide up to €50,000 in equity funding for up to 15 successful applicants. The fund closes to applications at 3pm on Tuesday, February 6.
Zip-Lines Ireland, the Award-winning business based in Athenry, is upping the ante with the introduction of a Commercial Zip-Line Range.
Global Run in the Dark funds Mark Pollock Trust’s mission to fast-track a cure for paralysis.
Tommy Carew is a designer and maker of wooden furniture and hand carved wood sculptures. Tommy recently moved to Galway with his family and has set up a studio workshop in Newcastle from where he makes handmade furniture and sculptures and runs Tommy Carew Design. Tommy’s work will feature in the annual Irish Design Works exhibition in the Niland Gallery, Merchant’s Road from July 17-30 in an annual show which highlights some of the country’s finest designers and makers.
If you are looking to escape to the sun later this year, Fahy Travel and Royal Caribbean have some amazing value offers still to be had.
Galway 2020 has announced the appointment of local business leader Hannah Kiely to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company tasked with delivering Galway’s European Capital of Culture in 2020. As CEO of Galway 2020, Hannah will be responsible for leading the Executive Team working closely with the new Galway 2020 Board of Directors to deliver the ambitious programme and vision before and during European Capital of Culture in 2020, as well as ensuring that a strong and lasting legacy follows to benefit the city, county and wider region.
Longford-Westmeath Fianna Fáil Deputy, Robert Troy, has described the new LEADER programme as an absolute shambles and a bureaucratic nightmare.
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Regional, Rural, Gaeltacht, and Island Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív has described the new Leader programme as an absolute shambles and a bureaucratic nightmare.
During the Georgian era, powerful Protestant families owned large tracts of land throughout County Mayo and the province of Connacht. The Castlebar based Bingham family, together with the descendants of Sir Arthur Gore (1685-1742), formed a family compact or oligarchy through marriage and blood whereby political appointments and other influential positions would be secured among themselves. In an era when marriage was determined by the spirit of collateral calculation, the children of Sir Arthur Gore and Elizabeth Annesley would cement the oligarchy.