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Irish employees looking for far greater work-life balance ratio

New research conducted by Kellogg, the international food company with a European HQ at Dublin Airport, highlights the mood of Irish employees as companies begin to navigate new ways of working.

Integer announces acquisition of Aran Biomedical

Galway-based Integer Holdings Corporation last week announced the acquisition of Connemara Biomedical Holdings Teoranta, including its operating subsidiaries Aran Biomedical and Proxy Biomedical (collectively “Aran” or “Aran Biomedical”).

Galway WFC suffer disappointing loss

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A failure to convert opportunities cost Galway WFC at Lissywollen on Saturday as Athlone Town eventually earned the spoils.

Mayo Mountain Rescue team in a number of call-outs this week

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The Mayo Mountain Rescue Team (MMRT) had a busy week with four different call-outs for their assistance since last Friday, March 18.

Public meeting on naming Salmon Weir footbridge after 1916 veteran

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A public meeting to press the case to name the new Salmon Weir footbridge after Julia Morrissey, one of the leading figures of the 1916 Rising in Galway, takes place next week.

Roy — the musical genius on the scooter

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Roy Carroll was one of the best known characters of Galway City. As a resident musician in many city hotels in Eyre Square, he was forever the epitome of decorum, bedecked in his bow tie. He was known to many as the man on the scooter which he rode through the city while often carrying an open umbrella, Roy sadly passed away in early winter, but it would be remiss of the city to not pay tribute to this remarkable character with an even more remarkable back story. Because Roy Carroll was his stage name, not many knew that he was born Peter Salvatore Armonde Louis Volpe.

Campaign for new bridge to be named after 1916 veteran Julia Morrissey

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A campaign has been launched to have the new Salmon Weir pedestrian and cycle bridge named after the leading female figure in Galway during the 1916 Rising - Julia Morrissey.

The leader of the pack

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Just walking down the streets of Castlebar over the past few weeks, you can tell something special is going on. The red and yellow of Castlebar Mitchels is hanging out of flag poles and decorating windows all over the town.

Men need to ask themselves: Why the acceptance of sexism, misogyny, and femicide?

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The recent murder of Ashling Murphy has catapulted the issue of femicide and male violence against women to the forefront of the political and social spectrum.


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