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Free parking comes into force on Monday

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Two hour, free, on street parking, in Galway city centre between the hours of 10am and 12 noon, come into force on Monday and will run for a three week period.

Airport plan paves the way for employment and investment

A blueprint for the future development of Ireland West Airport Knock is to be approved by the members of Mayo County Council on Monday, following its adoption by the members of the Swinford electoral area committee this week.

Opposition grows to proposed Tesco development on Rahoon Road

Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.

Opposition grows to proposed Tesco development on Rahoon Road

Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.

Dublin retail sector hit harder than regional shops by Christmas slump

December 2010 stands as ‘the weakest period of trading in recent history’, according to Retail Excellence Ireland (REI). However, according to David Fitzsimons, chief executive, REI, city shops fared worse than regional traders over Christmas just past.

Mayo planning applicants feeling the wrath of Gormley’s intervention

Planning applicants in Mayo are beginning to feel the effects of Environment Minister John Gormley’s intervention in the County Development Plan.

It's Maxx-imum impact – job boost as clothes chain opens in new CityPoint complex

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ONE of Galway's biggest retail developments ever opens its doors this morning when the massive TK Maxx store opens in the CityPoint complex at Eyre Square.

 

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