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Loughrea based mother-of-seven is going from strength to strength. Although just over nine months in business, products from the Galway Food Company are now being stocked in 220 stores nationwide.
KEYWEST, ONE of Ireland's most popular rock bands, come to Galway to play McGettigan’s, Prospect Hill, on Saturday June 18, from 10pm, to celebrate the venue's first birthday.
A much-needed rest from rugby turned into a nightmare for Connacht's Jack Carty who underwent surgery in Dubai this week to remove his spleen.
A Mayo sports software company clinched a sizeable investment from private investors and Enterprise Ireland to roll out its software internationally. Sportlomo has developed a sports software platform for amateur sport. It is used largely by sports in Ireland but also has users in the UK, USA, and United Arab Emirates. The company is a spin-off of 21st Century Computers and Web Design in Castlebar which was established by Seamus Kyne and Vivienne Kyne in 1997 at Moneen in Castlebar.
Communications consultant and broadcaster Orlaith Carmody will be in Easons Bookshop, Shop Street, Galway City from 12.30pm to 2pm on Wednesday December 16 to sign copies of her new book ‘Perform as a Leader’. Members of the public will have the opportunity to meet Orlaith who will be joined by her husband and business partner, Gavin Duffy of RTE’s Dragons’ Den.
For the second year in succession, leading Galway city estate agent, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard has recorded a 92 per cent sales success rate for properties offered for sale by public auction. This is believed to be one of the highest rates in Ireland and the St Francis Street-based firm is now considered by many to be one of the country's foremost exponents of the public auction.
NOVEMBER BEGINS for Galway film enthusiasts with Theeb, which offers a very different take on the Arab revolt against the Ottomans from those normally seen by Western audiences.
The HSE recruitment embargo of 2009 meant zero jobs for 1,500 nurses graduating in Ireland each year. They were instead forced to go overseas for jobs and further training. Top destinations in 2014/2015 have been the UK, Australia, USA and UAE (in particular, Dubai). The current nursing crisis is creating a high demand for nursing staff, in particular, those with additional specialised or sub-specialised training. The call is out. Nurses come home.
THE ARAB revolt against the Ottoman Empire, the facility reconstructed woman gets one up on her former husband; model families in crisis; and Spanish detectives coming up against a town where dictator Franco is still very much a hero - there is a world of stories to delve into at the Galway Film Society autumn/winter season.