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Big changes taking place in Eyre Square

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Eyre Square has historically been the epicentre of business in Galway, with commercial activities including retail, hotel, licensed, office, and banking institutions situated in the Square. The area has been at the heart of commerce and tourism in the City of the Tribes for decades, with all transport links to the city including Ceannt Bus and Rail Station, local bus services, and the coach station nearby at Fairgreen. 

New owners for Royal Theatre

The Royal Theatre Castlebar has new owners after hotel management and property companies, Islandeady Properties and Lansdowne Frances, agreed to purchase the properties. The acquisition includes The Royal Theatre, The Ruby Room, Mayo Conference Centre, TF Hotel, Harlequin Hotel (4 star), multi storey car park, and The Royal Quarter Retail Area incorporating Boots Chemists and other various retail stores, The Mosaic and other car parks.

Castlebar's Royal Theatre and Royal Quarter under new ownership

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Islandeady Properties and Lansdowne Francs are to acquire The Royal Theatre, hotels, and The Royal Quarter retail area from Andrew O’Leary and Kieran Wallace, KPMG in a move announced today.

Retailers warned that shoplifting is costing two million a month in Ireland

ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, has warned retailers to be extra vigilant during the Christmas and New Year period as they are being targeted by organised gangs of shoplifters. The Association outlined that retailers are twice as likely to be victims of shoplifting over the Christmas, as the level of crime rises due to the greater opportunity and the recession.

Retailers warned that shoplifting is costing two million a month in Ireland

ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, has warned retailers to be extra vigilant during the Christmas and New Year period as they are being targeted by organised gangs of shoplifters. The Association outlined that retailers are twice as likely to be victims of shoplifting over the Christmas, as the level of crime rises due to the greater opportunity and the recession.

GMIT announces appointment of new marketing officer

GMIT has this week announced the appointment of Karen Smyth as marketing officer for the institute, with responsibility for promoting GMIT in Ireland and overseas, and managing all marketing activities.

Problems facing retail sector to be discussed at Castlebar meeting

The Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will be in Mayo County Council Offices in Castlebar next Monday, April 22, from 9.30am to 11.30am as it resumes its series of regional meetings on key issues facing the retail industry, particularly the impact of the black market, licensing requirements in the retail sector and future developments in the sector.

New MINI Clubvan delivers on many levels

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The all-new Mini clubvan with five doors has just gone on sale. It is the first new Mini to be classed as a commercial vehicle. Mini Ireland will only market Cooper D Clubvan with an entry level price of €20,800

New Mini Clubvan delivers on many levels

The new Mini Clubvan with five doors has just gone on sale - the first new Mini to be classed as a commercial vehicle.

Pharmacies increasingly pessimistic about business prospects

Pharmacists in Ireland are becoming increasingly less optimistic about the prospects for their business, according to the latest quarterly survey by the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU).

 

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