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Chamber award finalists told their enterprise is driving the region

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Galway Chamber Business Awards finalists have been told their innovation and creativity is helping to drive the region, at a networking event hosted by the Shannon Airport Group.

Ceol an Fhómhair

Galway County Council Arts Office proudly presents Ceol an Fhómhair Tuam as part of the ‘Local Live Performance Programming Scheme’ on Saturday 1st of October at The Palace Grounds, Tuam.

Local gardai promote use of Garda Property App to help keep property safe

An Garda Síochána has launched a new app designed to keep personal property safe and help with theft investigations.

One night for all — as city marks culture night

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One night for all — as city marks culture night

Start your planning for Culture Night

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Galway City Culture Night takes place on Friday 23 September. Galway City will host over 50 events with 200 artists participating in a diverse programme of visual arts, music, film and storytelling.

Consumers in Westmeath recycle 991 tonnes of electrical waste in 2021

An average of 11.17kg of e-waste was recycled per person in Westmeath last year according to WEEE Ireland.

New Paris to Shannon Airport service announced

Shannon Group has welcomed the announcement of a new direct Paris service from Shannon Airport with fares starting from €30.99. Vueling Airlines, the low-cost Spanish airline, has been secured by Shannon Group to operate, twice weekly service to Paris Orly Airport on Mondays and Fridays starting from September 12.

Go Green with help from Local Enterprise Office Galway

The objective of the Green for Micro programme - a new initiative from the Local Enterprise Offices - is to help prepare small businesses for the low carbon, more resource efficient economy of the future. This is a FREE programme, available to companies with up to ten employees.

Digital Equipment Corporation, fifty years in Galway

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In May 1971, it was reported that US computer manufacturer, Digital Equipment Corporation (known here simply as DEC) had chosen Galway for its first hardware manufacturing base in Europe because of the availability of an English speaking workforce, a favourable tax policy, a local university, and the anticipated entry of Ireland into the EEC.

Celebrate Engineers Week with Galway Atlantaquaria and the Marine Institute

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STEPS Engineers Week takes place from next Saturday, March 5, and Galway Atlantaquaria and the Marine Institute will be supporting the event with a weekend of fun, facts, and competitions at Galway Atlantaquaria in Salthill on Saturday and Sunday.

 

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