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Imagine lights up Galway’s broadband black spots

Homes and businesses across Galway’s broadband black spots will no longer have to wait for high speed broadband. Following the announcement by Imagine, in the coming weeks, the first 210 townlands in the county, that have been waiting for high speed broadband, will be connected to Imagine’s New National LTE Fibre Network.

Make your business safer, leaner, and more mobile in the cloud

No matter what industry you operate in, or the size of your company, in today’s fast moving society, if you haven’t yet embraced the cloud then your company is missing a major trick.

Leader local development strategy submitted

The Mayo Local Community Development Committee Local Action Group (LCDC- LAG) has submitted a Local Development Strategy to the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government (DECLG) for the delivery of the LEADER Programme in County Mayo for the next five years.

Time to end digital divide in Mayo — Calleary

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Fianna Fáil General Election candidate for Mayo, Dara Calleary says it is time to end the digital divide which is undermining Mayo’s potential to develop business and increase local employment opportunities. Commenting following the launch of the Fianna Fáil manifesto on Thursday, he said that now is the time for action in delivering high speed broadband and mobile phone coverage to every home and business in Mayo.

1,498 .ie domains registered in Galway last year, highest figure in the region

1,498 .ie domains were registered in Galway in 2015, the highest in Connacht according to the latest .ie Domain Profile Report, published by the IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the company responsible for the management and administration of Ireland’s official internet address .ie.

Fianna Fáil unveils A Manifesto for Rural Ireland

Fianna Fáil has launched "A Manifesto for Rural Ireland” which it says is a comprehensive policy document that provides a credible plan to support the development of rural parish communities and balanced regional development. The document was launched by party spokesperson on agriculture and food Éamon Ó Cuív and spokesperson on community affairs Bobby Aylward, the document sets out key reforms and proposals that Fianna Fáil will implement in government. These measures it says will directly improve service provision, infrastructure, and employment opportunities in rural Ireland.

Time for Government to make a real commitment to Rural Ireland

Rural Ireland has changed dramatically over the past 100 years. The composition and population patterns continue to change and there is a need to reconsider how we devise and implement policies to safeguard the future of rural Ireland as a valuable national resource.

Jordan and O'Malley selected as First Independent candidates

First Independent Mayo last night announced that George O'Malley from Newport and Peter Jordan from Ballina would be running on a joint ticket for the political grouping. The two candidates were launched last night at an event in the Twin Trees Hotel in Ballina.

Magnet opens west of Ireland hub with info meeting tonight

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Magnet will host a free information evening in the Galway Technology Centre tonight January 14, which will look at how companies can transition to and benefit from VoIP and hosted PBX solutions.

Rural areas face long wait for high speed broadband, warns Ó Cuív

Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West Éamon Ó Cuív says the Government’s National Broadband Scheme doesn’t provide fast enough connections and will be redundant before its roll-out is completed.

 

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