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The road from the new Garrycastle Roundabout to Wash House Turn Roundabout in Athlone has been renamed University Road in anticipation of the Midlands’ first university opening its doors on Oct 1.
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has appointed Dr George Onofrei as the new Head of the GMIT School of Business, commencing this month.
Up to 200 new jobs will be created in Galway with Integer Holdings Corporation, a leading medical device outsource manufacturer, constructing a manufacturing facility in Parkmore East.
Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on the Taoiseach and the Minister for Housing to withdraw an appeal made by the Department of Housing to a High Court ruling which said earlier this year that citizens seeking certain planning documents in Irish should be able to do so.
NUI Galway is preparing to welcome a record intake of 3,500 first year students from Monday, with a special orientation programme running at the university this weekend to help the students adjust to college life.
The housing crisis in Galway continues to intensify. In late July, there were 234 adults accessing emergency accommodation in Galway, with 66 families, including 165 child dependents, counted in the West region, compared to 225 adults and 154 dependents (including adult dependents) a month earlier.
Galway-French trade and business ties were strengthened this month after the new French Ambassador’s meetings with Portershed and Galway Chamber.
Athlone Chamber President, Alan Shaw, has welcomed the payment of grants of €112,000 to 32 various businesses across Westmeath under the grant scheme for outdoor seating and accessories for tourism and hospitality businesses.
Business accessibility, employment, innovation, sustainability as well as building towards the future will be the key themes of this year’s Galway Chamber Business Awards.