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Galway Sea Festival public information meeting

The first Galway Sea Festival takes place on the June Bank Holiday Weekend and a public information meeting will be held tonight Thursday 21 March at 6pm in the Meyrick Hotel, Eyre Square.

Galway Sea Festival public information meeting

The first Galway Sea Festival takes place on the June Bank Holiday Weekend and a public information meeting will be held on Thursday 21 March at 6pm in the Meyrick Hotel, Eyre Square.

Campaigners set up online petition to stop windfarm

The campaign to put a halt to proposals to built a substantial windfarm in Connemara has stepped up a gear with an online petition being launched this week.

Major €14 million initiative to develop seaweed as biofuel

Researchers at NUI Galway’s Ryan Institute are involved in a major €14 million European initiative to develop the potential of algae as a source of sustainable energy.

The late great Myles Staunton praised for work on Mayo power project

Killala based councillor Jarlath Munnelly has welcomed the decision of An Taisce to withdraw its appeal to An Bord Pleanála against the Mayo Power project at Killala. The Fine Gael councillor, who had been very critical of An Taisce’s decision to object to this project, stated that this was a sensible decision for all parties involved. “I am delighted that An Taisce has withdrawn their appeal. I think this is a good decision for all parties, as this is a very sound, sustainable, project with many benefits for both the local community and the environment.”

Athlone Chamber launch Sustainable Energy Day

Athlone Chamber is coordinating an Athlone Sustainable Energy Day on Friday April 15 in Golden Island Shopping Centre. The awareness raising information day is being organised as part of the wider European Sustainable Energy Week 2011.

Green Party announce election candidate in Mayo

“Just commitment, no promises,” is the slogan of Green Party candidate John Carey who has declared his candidacy in the upcoming General Election. Mr Carey, who launched his campaign over the weekend, said he wants to see a complete overhaul of our political system.

KPMG celebrates three decades in Galway

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KPMG’s Galway office celebrates 30 years in business in the West of Ireland this year. In celebrating the firm’s success in the region, KPMG hosted a black tie gala dinner last month for its alumni in the Radisson Blu Hotel where more than 100 people gathered to mark the occasion. It also proved an ideal opportunity to acknowledge all the people who contributed to the firm’s success in the Galway region over the decades.

Why use thermal imaging?

Thermal imaging captures heat loss as it happens. It has the capability to pick up things which are unseen by the naked eye, and the ability to estimate the amount of heat being lost. It locates and highlights the areas where insulation is lacking or non existent, and can save money by locating heat loss so the problem can be dealt with directly.

Why use thermal imaging?

Thermal imaging captures heat loss as it happens. It has the capability to pick up things which are unseen by the naked eye, and the ability to estimate the amount of heat being lost. It locates and highlights the areas where insulation is lacking or non existent, and can save money by locating heat loss so the problem can be dealt with directly.

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