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150 new high-skill jobs in the Galway Gaeltacht have been announced today by An Spidéal-based Aran Biomedical, a leading biomaterials manufacturer in the medical device sector.
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has launched the Irish leg of the EU Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards with a closing date of June 4.
In response to increased demand for electrification in the non-road mobile machinery market, Xerotech, the Claregalway-based battery manufacturer and integrator, is announcing a series of developments to provide the additional capacity required for its planned business growth over the coming years.
A team of six transition year students from Holy Rosary College Mountbellew have qualified for the F1 in Schools national finals 2021.
Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, has invited entrepreneurs to apply for Enterprise Ireland’s €1m Competitive Start Fund (CSF) which is now open for applications from ambitious founders of early stage start-ups.
The Covid-19 vaccination programme is being extended to Merlin Park Community Nursing Units today, with other Galway nursing homes and care facilities to come on stream next week.
The Further Education and Training Department in GRETB is currently reviewing the FET work of 2020 and planning its programmes for 2021. The FET Department is conscious of the challenges Covid 19 posed for all of us as a society, both nationally and internationally and is continuing to do so.
Irish SME Association (ISME) is calling for increased access to rapid Covid-19 testing for workers after the Christmas period. The risk of a serious increase in Covid-19 infection rates in the workplace after the holidays is a huge concern for business owners across different sectors.
By Patricia Uí Fhlaithearta