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Four Galway companies have been awarded Ireland’s Best Managed Companies accolade at the 14th annual awards programme, led by Deloitte in association with Bank of Ireland. This year, Deloitte recognised 136 indigenous companies at the awards representing 25 of the 32 counties across Ireland.
Olympic Boxing Club Galway is hosting a Ukranian national underage team this weekend culminating in a special Galway versus Ukraine tournament.
As the dad of two Ethiopian daughters, the food crisis that is gripping the Horn of Africa is personal for Ronan Scully.
By this time next week, we will all be fully au fait with the yins and yangs of the Budget which will be revealed in the Dail on Tuesday afternoon. It is probably safe to say that of all the budgets that we have experienced throughout our lifetime, this is one that will grab the attention of almost all of us.
The Small Firms Association (SFA) has launched a 'Small Business in Ireland: Cost of Doing Business' report, which examines the cost of doing business in 2022 for Ireland’s small business community, the report outlining the range and extent of costs associated with doing business in Ireland and provides insights on challenges faced by small employers.
Olympic Boxing Club Galway is hosting a Ukranian national underage team for a week, culminating in a special Galway versus Ukraine tournament.
Ballybrit native Grace Kennedy has raised over €70,000 and organised aid, transport, accommodation and support to those fleeing the conflict, finding homes for 5,000 Ukrainians in Ireland.
Artist Anna Rozanska-Batra's exhibition titled, 'Birds in Quilling', was launched at Ballybane Public Library on Saturday September 11 and will run until October 22.
Following a recent call out for participants for the newest Local Live Performance Scheme (LLPPS) – part IIII, Westmeath Arts Office is delighted to report that Event Organisers have once again come to the fore to offer a wide range of artistic performances to the Westmeath audience this Autumn.
With a vast number of Ukrainians now resident in Athlone, the country's International Independence Day was acknowledged and celebrated in St Mary’s Hall on Wednesday evening where an attendance of some 230 people were entertained with excellent music, singing, dance, art and culture.