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The organisation representing family-owned businesses throughout Ireland has today called for the establishment of a new state agency for indigenous and family businesses which would facilitate the scaling up of the domestic economy at a time when Ireland’s FDI model faces increasing challenges.
Galway Rape Crisis Centre and BeLonG To Youth Services will be the charities that are set to benefit from this year’s NUI Galway Students’ Union Charity Challenge.
WITH THE return of live music and concerts, there is a sense of optimism and possibility again, not to mention a determination to make up for the lost time enforced by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A very special classical music concert by renowned Irish pianists John O’Conor and Joe O’Grady will be streamed globally from county Galway tonight Thursday 2 September at 7:00pm.
Bionical Emas, a global Contract Research Organisation (CRO), providing a range of services to the pharmaceutical and Biotech sector, is to establish a storage, distribution, and secondary labelling facility in the Midlands region allowing for the initial creation of approximately 35 new local jobs.
Contract research organisation Charles River Laboratories International Inc. this week announced plans for an €8M expansion of its testing capabilities at its Ballina, Co. Mayo site that will give an additional 1,500m2 of lab space and create up to 90 new skilled roles over the next three years.
Covid-19 has had a disproportionate and potentially devastating long-term impact on the health and wellbeing of the Traveller Community in Galway city and county, according to assessments and reports compiled by the Galway Traveller Movement.
As the impact of the vaccine rollout continues to show promise, Chambers Ireland has called on Irish businesses to be flexible in facilitating employees to receive their vaccine.
Mayo homeowners can now avail of a SuperHomes retrofit following the establishment of a new joint venture, Electric Ireland SuperHomes.
On Monday morning, Gray Lass (affectionately known as “Snowy”) and her colt foal along with a small delegation of Kylemore Abbey staff made the 280km journey from Kylemore Abbey in Connemara to Áras an Uachtaráin in the Phoenix Park. “Snowy” and her six-week-old foal will take up residence in the front paddock of Áras an Uachtaráin for four months.