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Millions awarded in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund to NUI Galway teams partnering with local companies
NUI Galway researchers and company partners have been awarded over €10.3 million in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF). The Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund was established under Project Ireland 2040 and is run by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation with administrative support from Enterprise Ireland.
At this most enchanting time of year – ‘Sweet the evening air of May’, and all that – what better subject to focus on than paving? Sand and cement, jointing, hardcore and quarry screenings? Unromantic it may be, but good paving is far more important to your garden than pretty flowers.
The Claregalway Hotel is always improving and evolving its outlets to stay up to date with modern trends and styles — and this has led to the creation of new concepts in which you can enjoy the finest of food and drink in the company of your friends and colleagues.
Galway should follow the example of Malahide and introduce the 'school street' traffic calming concept which involves restricting motorised traffic outside schools at drop off and pick up times.
The WifOR Institute, an independent economics research institute and think-tank, has been awarded the ‘Guaranteed Irish’ symbol. WifOR, headquartered in Germany and operating in Galway since 2018, provides businesses, government bodies and other organisations with valid, comparable data and insightful research on a range of topics including digitalisation, education, health, innovation and R&D, labour markets, value, and sustainability.
Recently Roadstone Retail relocated back to its original location in the paving yard in the main quarry behind the N5 Business Park in Castlebar. Over the past few months a new outdoor display area has been constructed for the public to view and truly appreciate the product selection available at Roadstone Retail.
South Mayo based Fine Gael councillor Patsy O'Brien raised the issue of the employment of new outdoor staff being taken on by Mayo County Council at its July meeting this week. In a passionate contribution to the meeting, Cllr O'Brien said: "The two most important issues I came to talk about here today are flooding and the employment of staff. We wrote to the Minister Kelly about the employment of the outdoor staff following the flooding in south Mayo, he came back and told us you [chief executive] have the right to take those on.
THIS YEAR'S Galway Fringe Festival visual arts programme features a special exhibition of 'rural pop art' by the celebrated Breton collective Hangar’t. The group hails from the village of Nizon, near Pont-Aven southern Brittany, an area which greatly inspired the work of Paul Gauguin.
Twenty-five new jobs have been allocated to Galway city, as Ernst and Young expands its business portfolio and opens offices on Eyre Square.
Natural stone and block paving has never been more popular. Walsh's Paving Centre carries a wide range of Indian sandstone/limestone and granite paving as well as a range of products for your gardening needs including top soil, bark, building stone, wall cladding, building brick, coloured chipping, and paving slabs in a variety of colours.