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Funding announced under the Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme

Local Minister of State with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Deputy Robert Troy, has announced €10 million in government funding available under the Regional Enterprise Transition Scheme.

Digital strategy plays key role in Town Hall Theatre response to Covid-19 crisis

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When the Town Hall Theatre – the epicentre of Galway's cultural activity - later this month installs its own in-house live streaming equipment, it will mark yet another important milestone on the long and winding road travelled since the Covid-19 shutdown of March 2020.

Is Car Insurance Increasing During Covid and What May Happen Post-Covid?

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Car insurance is a reality of life that is necessary when you own a vehicle. While you may currently be in lockdown and only taking occasional trips to pick up shopping from the supermarket, it’s still necessary to keep the vehicle insured at all times.

The changing world of work

Up to the moment that Covid-19 blew apart the entire model by which humanity expressed itself in every aspect of our daily lived experience, nobody could have foreseen what was about to occur.

Used car market makes a positive response to COVID-19 impact

The latest Used Car Sales statistics released by Car Data Experts MotorCheck.ie today, show that the used car market in Ireland has bounced back strongly from the slump caused by the COVID-19 lockdown measures.

Alcock and Brown return to Clifden tomorrow — and this time it's forever

Having celebrated the centenary of the first ever trans-Atlantic flight last year, Clifden will tomorrow (Friday) welcome back the pioneering pilots behind that feat, Alcock and Brown. And this time it’s forever.

Local schools set to benefit from Summer Works Scheme funding

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A number of schools in Athlone and the town’s environs, at both primary and secondary level, have been included in a €30million package announced by the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD, which will be afforded specialist improvements as part of the Summer Works Scheme.

Galwegians voted most craic

It is official - the people of Galway are the happiest and most craic in Ireland.

Will building more student accommodation provide more city centre family housing?

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For many decades, Galway city has been recognised as a place that is welcoming of its visiting tourists and to all those who come to secure work or to study. Over the past three decades, the NUIG student population has doubled from 9,000 in the early 1980s to more than 18,000 today.

Ireland should not fear Brexit, it should embrace it

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Despite the constant Brexit talk on radio and television, and the miles of column inches in the press, one thing is never mentioned – it seems virtually impossible to leave the EU.

 

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