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Galwaywoman appointed CFO of NTR plc

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NTR plc, a leading investor in renewable energy, has announced that Galwaywoman Marie Joyce, from Galway, has been appointed Chief Financial Officer and main board director of the Group. She replaces Neil Parkinson, CFO and formerly CEO of two Group subsidiaries, who is leaving NTR having successfully steered it through a financial restructuring culminating in a share redemption of €100m.§

Hospital board members asked to absent themselves from Savita meeting

Four board members of the Galway Roscommon University Hospitals Group have been called on to absent themselves from a meeting today (Thursday) to discuss the HIQA report into the death of Savita Halappanavar because they are senior managers at UHG.

Board members are not ‘common people’ says Conneely

Five non-executive board members appointed to the new West/North West Hospital Group are not representative of the common people, the chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum claimed this week.

Console ambassador among non-executive directors of Galway and Roscommon University Hospitals Group

A city businesswoman, a rural GP and the former president of the Volvo Ocean Race finale are among the non-executive directors of the Board of the Galway and Roscommon University Hospitals Group.

UHG appointments made because it did not compare with other hospitals

The HSE’s decision to appoint an additional three-person management team at Galway University Hospitals was taken because the existing management structure did not compare with other Irish teaching hospitals, the health authority’s regional director of operations said this week.

Councillors angered at having to carry overdraft for late Government grants

Members of Mayo County Council have this week expressed their anger at the fact that Mayo County Council ended up paying a large amount of money in bank charges to cover overdrafts the council had to take out to cover the cost of capital projects until central government sends its share of funding for projects it promises each year.

Linen Supply exits examinership

Linen Supply of Ireland, which has a plant in Spiddal and logistics offices in Galway, has confirmed that it has emerged from the examinership process it entered in September last year.

New era for Aer Arann as Schütz takes over

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Aer Arann entered an exciting new era last week when its new chief executive took over at the helm of the Galway-based carrier.

Latest freeze good news for traders in Athlone as rates stay put

There will be some new year’s cheer for the 777 ratepayers of Athlone with the news this week that there will be no increase in rates for 2010.

250 jobs and €14 million investment for Athlone

Some 250 jobs are to be created in Athlone with the establishment of a research and testing facility by an American pharmaceutical company.


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