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Galway man wins national award at Bus Éireann’s GEM award

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Dermot Hession, whose idea to introduce reverse vending machines in bus stations across the country, was celebrated at the 2022 annual Bus Éireann GEM (Go the Extra Mile) Awards. The awards acknowledge the dedication, exceptional service and heroic efforts of its employees across the country.

DRIVING HISTORY: Where we take a journey through someone’s driving past

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Current Car — David Leahy is the Chief Executive Officer of the Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board. Fitting for the former history teacher, his driving past is varied and interesting. Currently the owner of an Audi A6, his first car was actually a van. Remembered by David as ‘a great little servant’, the 1991 Toyota Starlet, transported David from Trinity College to his lodgings saving him the twenty mile daily cycle.The Starlet saw him through the naughties, and was replaced by a series of cars, including a Nissan Almera, Saab 95 and a much loved Land Rover Defender.

Significant capital investment for further education and training services in Athlone

Significant capital investment to enhance further education and training services in Athlone has been announced by the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Deputy Simon Harris.

Boost to local employment economy as EnerMech confirm three year phased jobs creation

A company located in IDA Ireland’s Business and Technology Park in Athlone has confirmed its intention to create approximately 170 new jobs over a three year period.

Mayo projects supported by Western Investment Fund which has returned a 2.5 times growth rate

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A unique fund set up 20 years ago to invest public money in West of Ireland-based businesses has generated a return of almost two-and-a-half times its original value and helped provide Ireland’s economy with a €3.3 billion boost, new research has revealed.

Alexion investment enhances Athlone’s status as a major pharmaceutical hub

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Athlone’s reputation as a pharmaceutical hub has been further enhanced with confirmation by AstraZeneca that the company will install new drug substance production equipment and warehousing facilities at its Alexion site in Monksland.

Calor and Keans of Claremorris raise €1,500 for Hospice

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Calor customers throughout the county have raised €1,500 for Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation through a cylinder return scheme, in partnership with Keans of Claremorris.

National Park City designation is the future for greener smarter Galway city

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In its short existence the Galway National Park City (GNPC) initiative, based on connecting people and nature in an urban environment and with an sustainability ethos, has had a positive impact on the local landscape providing opportunities and collaborations for citizens and organisations from different sectors to creatively work together on successfully developing new pioneering environmental and sustainability programmes.

NALA and Irish Cancer Society launch series of health literacy awareness videos

A new International Health Literacy Survey preliminary results shows that nearly one in three (28 percent) people in Ireland have ‘limited’ health literacy and in particular struggle with finding and evaluating health information.

IFI to recruit new seasonal fisheries officers in Mayo

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Protection and Development posts opening up in Mayo, with Inland Fisheries Ireland.


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