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Past winners encourage businesses to enter SCCUL Enterprise Awards

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Past overall winners of the SCCUL Enterprise Awards are encouraging businesses throughout Galway City and County to showcase their achievements by entering the awards and exhibiting at the SCCUL Business Expo. The deadline for receipt of entries to the SCCUL Enterprise Awards is 5.30pm on Monday November 3.

PINS – ‘We can get more agGressive than we should’

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PINS HAVE been called a ‘Manchester band’ - which to some is not a geographical description, but a musical signifier - or as ‘Manc post punk’, which situates them in a particular time and musical pigeon hole, but there is far more to the exciting quartet than these labels can convey.

NI Attorney General’s comments deeply unhelpful and fly in face of accepted conflict resolution, says Galway academic

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A Galway academic has condemned as “deeply unhelpful” the call by Northern Ireland Attorney General that no further prosecutions take place for crimes committed during the Troubles.

DIY press releases - the topic of October MOCC

Do you ever feel your business is not getting enough media attention? Learning how to write and distribute press releases could kick start your publicity campaign. Experienced PR and copywriting specialist Lesley Emerson from PR West (www.prwest.ie) will talk about "DIY press releases" at the next MOCC meeting due to take place next Wednesday, October 3, in the Innovation in Business Centre (IiBC) at GMIT Castlebar at 9.30am. It will cover everything from identifying a good story angle to presenting and distributing your press release.

Total Recall – no need to panic if your car is ‘recalled’

Our email post-bag received a flurry of queries this week about a recall of Nissan vehicles that got national media attention.

Total Recall – no need to panic if your car is ‘recalled’

Our email post-bag received a flurry of queries this week about a recall of Nissan vehicles that got national media attention.

Garda fraud investigation into two company directors dropped

A second Garda investigation into allegations of fraud against two directors of a Castlebar FÁS-funded company has been dropped.

Telephone counselling service records increased calls from abuse survivors

Telephone counselling service Connect, catering to survivors of institutional abuse, has recorded a 22% increase in calls during 2011, amounting to 10,384 calls.

Reverse the rent cap meetings to be held in city

The Reverse the Rent Cap group has organised a number of localised meetings throughout Galway city next week.

Positivity the key for Ireland’s struggling pub industry

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The Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) provides a voice for hundreds of the nation’s pubs, and in less than four months’ time a Kilkenny man will be at its helm.

 

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