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CEDRA report finds Gort hit hardest by recession

Of all the towns in Ireland the recession hit Gort the hardest, falling from the top 10 per cent in 2002 to the bottom 10 per cent by 2011, according to a Teagasc supported research conducted by the Commission for the Economic Development or Rural Areas (CEDRA).

Europe’s largest car plant in jobs black spot

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At this stage in my life, another factory visit does not exactly cause any excitement. However, I admit that I was very curious about the massive Nissan plant near Sunderland in the north-east of England.

Two hundred new jobs to be created by pharmas in Monksland

Two US biopharmaceutical companies have announced plans to create a combined 200 plus jobs in Athlone.

Oliver Kelleher Ltd bringing you a whole new world of technology

For more than three decades Oliver Kelleher Castlebar Ltd has been associated with the distribution of hygiene and catering supplies. It currently operates Ireland’s largest hygiene and catering equipment showrooms, at Moneen Industrial Estate, Castlebar.

Employment law guidance for local businesses

CIPD Midlands Region and Collins McNicholas will host a major employment law breakfast briefing on Wednesday January 22 in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel.

International award for Athlone’s Covidien

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Covidien in Athlone has received international recognition for enterprise excellence, by being awarded the Shingo Bronze Medallion.

Westmeath projects vie for Young Scientist title

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Nine projects from Westmeath schools are battling it out for the top prize in this year’s BT Young Scientist Exhibition, with the winner to be announced later today, Friday.

Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart up for ‘Best Managed’ companies awards

Two Galway based companies, Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart, will compete to be a Best Managed Company at the annual Deloitte awards ceremony in March 2014. A symbol of organisational success and achievement, the awards are in their sixth year, and some of Ireland’s most dynamic and innovative companies now hold the prestigious Best Managed designation.

Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart up for ‘Best Managed’ companies awards

Two Galway based companies, Collins McNicholas Ltd and Stewart, will compete to be a Best Managed Company at the annual Deloitte awards ceremony in March 2014. A symbol of organisational success and achievement, the awards are in their sixth year, and some of Ireland’s most dynamic and innovative companies now hold the prestigious Best Managed designation.

Big in Japan — NUI Galway to benefit from €1.2m funding

An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD has announced that a consortium of Irish Higher Education Institutions, led by NUI Galway has been awarded €1.24m in funding to collaborate with their Japanese counterparts through Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) International Strategic Cooperation Award (ISCA).

 

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