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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. 

CWS-boco expands core business as it acquires parts of Celtic Linen Ltd

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In order to strengthen CWS-boco’s market position in Ireland and continue to promote growth in its core business, the CWS-boco Group has made an important investment in the Irish market. From August 31, CWS-boco Ireland will be taking over the workwear, washroom hygiene, and dust control mat contracts currently serviced by the Irish company Celtic Linen Ltd. 

Official opening of Turlough to Castlebar greenway

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The president of Castlebar Chamber of Commerce, Sylvester Jennings, says he expects the new greenway linking Castlebar to the Museum of Ireland’s Country Life site in Turlough will provide a welcome boost to the retail and hospitality sector in the county town.

Construction under way on multi-million Joyces superstore in Headford

Joyces Supermarket Headford has been a hive of activity the past few months as construction is underway on a new multi-million store that promises to not only provide more quality, value, and range for its customers but also boost the local economy by providing more employment and helping to turn the town into a shopping destination.

Business activity lower in Connacht hardware stores survey reveals

A survey conducted by Hardware Association Ireland (HAI) among its retail members indicates that overall business activity in hardware stores in Connacht is eight per cent lower than their counterparts in Dublin and the rest of Leinster.

Rate of decline in retail sales increases to six per cent

Irish retail sales levels continued to fall in the second quarter of 2011 according to Retail Excellence Ireland’s (REI) Irish Retail Industry Performance Review Q2 2011.

Rate of decline in retail sales increases to six per cent

Irish retail sales levels continued to fall in the second quarter of 2011 according to Retail Excellence Ireland’s (REI) Irish Retail Industry Performance Review Q2 2011.

Retail and construction sectors still struggling

Research conducted by Irish trade credit insurer Atradius shows that the retail and construction sectors in Ireland are still struggling as economic recovery is under way. The latest Market Monitor to be published by Atradius expects improvement in GDP but this is accompanied by a small increase in unemployment and corporate insolvencies totalling 1,800 cases – up from 1,409 in 2009.

Clamping proposal is unwelcome says Walsh

Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh has stated that he is emphatically against, and will not support a return of, wide scale clamping in Galway city.

51 per cent of businesses victims of crime, says SFA

A survey conducted by the Small Firms Association and released earlier this week, shows that 51 per cent of businesses have been victims of crime on at least one occasion in the past year.

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